November 23, 2020 – Area business, economic development, nonprofit leaders, and citizens are invited to hear Adams County Regional Economic Partnership’s legislative proprieties for the upcoming legislative session at the 2021 [VIRTUAL} Legislative Breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on December 3, 2020.
“Amplifying the business community’s voice from the metro north region is critical as we embark on the upcoming legislative session. We are looking very forward to this event and are so grateful for our legislators who, through partnership, help us advance our priorities,” said Nicole Milo, Chair of AC-REP’s Business Advocacy & Public Policy Committee and System Director Government and Community Affairs, Centura Health.
Be first to learn more about AC-REP’s legislative priorities for the metro north and Adams County area and participate in a panel discussion with area legislators. Hear their thoughts on their legislative agendas for the session that will set the stage for economic recovery for your business.
Area Legislators scheduled to participate include:
Rep. Adrienne Benavidez, House District 32
Rep. Shannon Bird, House District 35
Rep. Rod Bockenfeld, House District 56
Rep. Yadira Caraveo, House District 31
Rep. Matt Gray, House District 33
Rep. Dafna Michaelson-Jenet, House District 30
Sen. Dominick Moreno, Senate District 21
Rep. Kyle Mullica, House District 34
Rep. Brianna Titone, House District 27
Sen. Faith Winter, Senate District 24
Due to the pandemic, economic challenges, and societal upheaval, the stakes have never been higher for our upcoming legislative session. AC-REP formed the Business Advocacy & Public Policy Committee in 2020 to serve as an active voice for business and impact legislation on critical issues such as transportation/mobility, education and workforce development, healthcare, housing, and energy. In the 2021 legislative session, the Colorado General Assembly will help set a path through legislation for our state as we recover from the effects of the pandemic and as we work together to strengthen our economy.
The Legislative Breakfast is presented by AC-REP Annual Sponsors Great Western Petroleum, Xcel Energy, and United Power and Event Sponsor, Comcast. There is no cost for AC-REP members; the charge for non-members is $25. Those interested in attending can register online at https://bit.ly/2021Leg
In addition, AC-REP is pleased to announce it has contracted with Sewald Hanfling Public Affairs to serve as its legislative lobbying firm for 2021. The firm has been tasked with providing strategic advocacy and a lobbying engagement plan designed to achieve AC-REP’s legislative goals and support business development objectives.
“Sewald Hanfling is honored to support AC-REP and ensure Adams County remains economically vital and vibrant now and into the future. We look forward to working with the board, Bo Martinez, and the entire AC-REP team to help drive their legislative agenda this upcoming session,” said R.D. Sewald, Co-Founder and Principal, Sewald Hanfling Public Affairs.
About Adams County Regional Economic Partnership
Adams County Regional Economic Partnership (AC-REP) is a public/private, nonprofit organization that drives inclusive economic growth and job creation, supports businesses, and is an economic champion for the north metro region as a leading global location for business. AC-REP leads Core Strategies: Economic Development & Placemaking; Business Advocacy & Public Policy; Membership and Leadership Development & Engagement; and Marketing, Branding & Communications. For more information and updates, see our website www.adamscountyrep.com or follow us on Twitter.