Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association's Centennial Gala
Congratulations to our award winners recognized at the Centennial Gala!
Citizen of the Year: Terry Wilson
The Citizen of the Year Award is given in the name of Dean Vogelaar, a longtime chamber director and the award's first recipient. The award is intended to honor an individual who makes a substantial contribution to Glenwood Springs. As a result of the nominee's efforts, the community should have received notable benefits and become a better place to live and work.
Outstanding Top Brass Business of the Year:
Glenwood Hot Springs Resort
The Top Brass Outstanding Business of the Year award recognizes one outstanding business of the year for a major contribution that reflects commercial growth, creativity or community involvement.
Top Brass Milestone Awards:
- Gould Construction - 40 Years in Business
- Birch Tree Animal Hospital - 30 Years in Business
- Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park - 20 Years in Business
Ambassador of the Year: Dean Kinkel
Carleton "Hub" Hubbard was also given special recognition. Hub is the son of Carleton L. Hubbard who was the first secretary of the Glenwood Springs Chamber. Hub was also instrumental in researching and compiling the history of the Glenwood Springs Chamber.
A special thanks to Blue Sky Adventures and Canyon Bikes for shuttling our guests, to Busy Bees Event Planning for the beautiful balloon arch and to all of the local businesses that donated to the silent auction.
Here's to the next 100 years!
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