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New and exciting Partnership!

On April 20, 2020 Metro North Chamber merged with Adams County Economic Development to become Adams County Regional Economic Partnership!

Over the years, ACED was instrumental in bringing to fruition Denver International Airport and Coors Field developments and in creating a trusted Adams County representative position for the north region and state. The Denver Boulder Partnership, now the MNCC, has provided a regional voice and membership engagement for small and large businesses alike.

During the past two years, these two legacy organizations have met regularly to determine opportunities for the organizations to collaborate and partner on growth and development projects, legislative priorities, and events—while continuing to serve their communities at the highest level.

Leaders from both organizations believe this is the time to come together around a common goal—as one community, with one voice—to better support our businesses and communities to meet the challenges brought by COVID-19, so that Adams County and its communities can emerge stronger and more united than ever before.

About Adams County Regional Economic Partnership
Adams County Regional Economic Partnership (ACREP) is a public/private, nonprofit organization that drives inclusive economic growth and job creation, supports businesses, and promotes Adams County as a leading global location for business.

An economic champion for the north metro region, ACREP leads five pillars of success: Marketing, Branding, and Placemaking; Business Expansion/Location; Membership and Investment; Strengthening and Diversifying our Economy; Leadership Development; and Business Advocacy.

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