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Silverthorne Business Breakfast set for Feb. 2

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

The Silverthorne Town Council and the Silverthorne Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) have scheduled a “Business Breakfast” 7:30-9:30 am. Feb. 2 at the Silverthorne Pavilion.The annual event is designed to update licensed business owners on the actions of the town council and EDAC that will affect Silverthorne’s economy. Town officials have taken a different approach this year by inviting the management of The Alberta Group that is building Phase II of the Silverthorne Town Center and representatives of TGS/ Silverthorne Factory Stores to present. “This is a great opportunity for local businesses to learn why Alberta and TGS are investing millions of dollars in Silverthorne,” said Kevin Batchelder, Silverthorne town manager.”These companies are sending out their top people to the Silverthorne Business Breakfast to explain why they are investing in Silverthorne, what they are doing to ensure success and who their target audience is.”There will also be a presentation on the results of the market research study commissioned by the town. “These results will help Silverthorne make informed decisions, define priorities and develop long term strategies through a clearer understanding of the current situation,” Batchelder said.”We now have a solid snapshot of our competitive environment, and the motivations and perceptions of Silverthorne customers (visitors and businesses).” Mayor Lou DelPiccolo encourages attendance.”This meeting has the potential to really stir some excitement among Silverthorne businesses,” he said. “There are a lot of opportunities in Silverthorne right now. Council is eager to tell our business owners more about our plans and learn from their ideas.”To reserve a spot for the free breakfast, call (970) 262-7305.


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