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Biz briefs: Summit Chamber presents PowerLUNCH Series Thursday

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The Summit Chamber invites you to attend its PowerLUNCH Series program. These monthly informative hour-long brown-bag lunch series feature speakers who will address timely hot topics relevant to the current business climate.On Thursday, financial advisor Mark Nunn with Edward Jones will present Surviving the Financial Tsunami How did we get into this financial mess and how do we get out? Learn about the current economic crisis and the outlook for 2009.The PowerLUNCH will be held at the Community & Senior Center in Frisco from noon to 1 p.m. Bring your own lunch. Admission is FREE for Summit Chamber Partners, $5 for other county chamber members and $10 for general public.PowerLUNCH Series will be held on the last Thursday of every month from 12 1pm; locations will vary around the county. Contact the Summit Chamber for more information, (970) 668-2051 x1 or visit summitchamber.org.

Chuck Standen of Peak 7, Inc. was recently awarded the designation of Certified Green Building Professional in a training program sponsored by Energy Panel Structures (www.epsbuildings.com). The Certified Green Professional program is administered by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the University of Housing.Certified Green Building Professionals are able to measure a home building project against the best existing definition of green and sustainable construction and incorporate green building principles into the homes they build.According to the standards developed through the NAHB, the design, construction, and operation of a green home must focus on energy and water efficiency, resource efficient building design and materials, indoor environmental quality, and must take the overall impact on the environment into account.Peak 7, Inc. specializes in Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) structures and barns and is an established log homebuilder. Peak 7, Inc. services the mountain communities in Summit, Clear Creek and Park counties.


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