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Carbondale Business Confluence – Interactive Virtual Event
October 21, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm$20
The Carbondale Business Confluence will come together in a new interactive virtual format, indicative of the times, on Wednesday, October 21st from noon to 2 p.m. “The focus will be to inspire, give hope, and share strengths, struggles, and shifts as we explore ‘Carbondale through Change – an Evolution of Community,’” notes Carbondale Chamber Executive Director Andrea Stewart.
Highlights will include: updates from Town of Carbondale Mayor Dan Richardson and Garfield County Commissioner Tom Jankovsky; HealthCare/COVID-19 information; and a wonderful local perspective of surviving the challenges of COVID-19 with Eaden Shantay, owner of True Nature Healing Arts.
The Confluence will culminate with a panel discussion: “Conversations on Change through COVID” – a dynamic sharing of relatable struggles, strengths, and pivot points while reflecting on changes since the beginning of 2020.
Panelists will be:
Briston Peterson of Carbondale Marketplace
Samuel Bernal of Entravision Communications
Beatriz Soto of Wilderness Workshop
Amy Kimberly of Carbondale Arts & Carbondale Creative District
The Panel conversation will be moderated by Steve Skadron, Colorado Mountain College Vice President and Dean, Aspen and Carbondale campuses.
The cost of the event is a win/win for our Carbondale community as the $20 ticket includes a $20 restaurant/beverage voucher valid at any participating Carbondale Chamber restaurant. Scholarships are available upon request.
Sponsorships are needed to offset expenses and are only $500. Sponsors will receive visibility on the Carbondale Chamber website, e-blasts, and Carbondale Confluence marketing materials. For more information please contact the Carbondale Chamber at email@example.com.
The Confluence is made possible from support by the Carbondale Chamber Avalanche Creek, Crystal River, and Mt. Sopris tiered membership levels.
All net proceeds from the Carbondale Business Confluence benefit the Chamber’s continued service to the community and its 425+ businesses. The Carbondale Chamber of Commerce is committed to working together with businesses and the community to provide leadership, education, and support for our members in order to make the Carbondale area a more vital and dynamic place to live, work, and visit.