Mar 14, Wed

Noon-1, Chamber Luncheon

Mar 20, Tue 7 am - Chamber Board Mtg
Mar 21, Wed 8:35 am - KFTM Radio
Mar 26-28

National Main Street Conference - Kansas City, MO

April 1, Sun Easter Sunday
April 3, Tue 10am - Economic Vitality mtg @ Chamber
April 6, Fri 12-1 Sack Lunch @ Museum
April 11, Wed Noon-1 Chamber Luncheon
April 12, Thur 11:30 - Hist Preservation Mtg @ Chamber
April 17, Tue 7 am - Chamber Board Mtg

Brush Chamber of Commerce
218 Clayton Street
Brush, CO 80723
(970) 842-2666
(970) 842-3828 | Fax

Reagan Buchanan
Administrative Assistant

Melody Christensen
Executive Director

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At the Brush Chamber of Commerce we follow the Four-Point Committee Approach:

Ambassador Committee

Involves getting all Chamber members working toward the same goal and assembling the appropriate human and financial resources to implement "Main Street" programs (membership recruitment, fund raising, organizing volunteers, Ambassador Program, ribbon cutting, etc.)

Promotion Committee

The marketing branch of "Main Street", which promotes a positive image of the business community and encourages consumers and investors to shop, work, play, live in and invest in the Brush community. Marketing Brush and "Main Street" to visitors, current residents, investors, and business owners through effective promotional strategies involves special events, retail promotions, and advertising and marketing campaigns to name a few.

Design Committee

Handles the physical characteristics of the business community and organizes improvement projects, helps educate the community about the importance of historic preservation and evaluate all facade grant applications. It is the purpose of the Committee to create an inviting atmosphere created through attractive window displays, street furniture, signs, sidewalks, streetlights, and landscapes.

Economic Vitality Committee

The business development arm of "Main Street" with the intention of strengthening the business community's existing assets while expanding and diversifying its economic base. This goal can be achieved by sharpening the competitiveness of existing businesses, recruiting new businesses and looking for new economic used to build a stronger and more profitable commercial district that responds to today's consumer needs.

Consumer Survey - 2012 survey results from the community

Merchant Survey - 2012 survey results from businesses

Sales Tax in Brush Presentation - presentation of how sales tax brings money into Brush and the reasons to shop locally!