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What's New In the Metro North: May 15

 Children’s Hospital celebrated the “topping out” of its Colorado North Campus this week. The Campus will expand services to include emergency/urgent care, inpatient and observation care, sleep studies, operating room services, specialty clinics, and imaging center and diagnostic unit. Last year alone there were more than 24,000 specialty clinic visits and 35,000 urgent care visits to the Campus. “That high capacity signifies the need our surrounding communities in Broomfield, Weld, Larimer, Morgan Adams and Boulder counties have for us,” says Children’s Hospital CEO and Metro North Chamber board member Jena Hausmann.

We say goodbye to Sister Patricia (Sister Pat) Hayden this week. Sister Pat has served as Vice President of Mission Integration at St. Anthony North Hospital since 1992 and she’s been an amazing Metro North Chamber of Commerce board member. Everyone Sister Pat has touched in her 55 years in service to the Sisters ofCharity and the many communities she’s touched will miss her greatly. We all must grow and continue along the path called and Sister Pat has been elected as the Sisters of Charity next president. Thank you Sister Pat for being a great friend a great leader and for your loving and compassionate service that has touched the lives of thousands of people. Love and blessings from all of us! 

The Metro North Chamber helped kick off the BISNOW event this week at “Future of the Northwest Corridor.” The event took a deep dive into the major opportunities in Broomfield and Westminster and how the Northwest Corridor is the future home for innovation and technology. Special thanks to Broomfield Mayor Randy Ahrens (celebrating his final term in office this year) and Westminster Mayor Herb Atchison for sharing a great message of collaboration as they both offered some insight into what’s next for these major Denver submarkets.A big shout out to Sarah MacQuiddy, President of the Greeley Chamber of Commerce.

Sarah invited me to speak at a gathering of Leadership Greeley and I was inspired and grateful for the work she continues to unfold in the Greeley community. Sarah is retiring from the Chamber world, but the Greeley Chamber has a bright future thanks to her brilliant leadership.  Thanks, Sarah!

The 37th class of the Metro North Leadership Program is about to wrap up its 2018-2019 cohort. The class is continuing a tradition started last year by organizing and producing a free Chamber appreciation event known as “The Metro North Chamber Stampede.” Mark your calendars – the Stampede takes place on Thursday, June 13 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn. This complimentary evening of family-friendly fun, country music, food and drinks is brought to you by ahost of sponsors.  For more information go to and click on the events tab. We look forward to celebrating YOU and our leadership class on June 13!



Arc Thrift Stores announces the opening of its 30th store in the state.

Located at 540 E. 120th Avenue in Northglenn, the new store will have aisles and aisles of great deals on everything from clothing for men, women, and children.

WHERE: 540 E. 120th Avenue in Northglenn
RIBBON CUTTING: Thursday, June 6th at 8:30 a.m.


FIRST SATURDAY SALE: June 8th, 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. MOST ITEMS WILL BE 50% OFF, excluding current color and green tags.

Shopping at Arc helps fund advocacy for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout Colorado.


Attorneys General, Treasurers Support and Urge Passage of SAFE Banking

38 state and territory attorneys general sent a letter to congressional leaders urging passage of H.R. 1595, theSecure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act which would allow marijuana-related businesses in states with existing regulatory structures to access the banking system. The overwhelming and bipartisan support on this issue means it brings with it the formal support of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG). NAAG endorses less than a dozen policies a year and only does so when a measure has both bipartisan and supermajority support from the nation’s attorneys general. 

Additionally, in a letter dated April 30, 2019, seventeen state treasurers from Maine to Hawaii request “legislation that would provide a safe harbor for depository institutions that provide a financial produce or service to a covered business in a state that has implemented laws and regulations that ensure accountability in the cannabis industry.”


Congratulations to Nancy McNally, Metro North Chamber's Ambassador of the Year


Suncor offering unique business opportunity

If you have oil and gas management experience, or if you’ve owned or managed a retail business, Metro North Trustee investor Suncor would like to talk with you. Suncor owns Shell and ExxonMobil branded stores in the Colorado area and they’re looking for business owners who have the ability to:

  • Commit the time to operate retail stores (store groups range from 2-5 sites)
  • Understand the importance of delivering strong financial results
  • Grow a store’s business within the standards and guidelines established by Suncor and its partners

Suncor will partner with qualified business people. To learn more, contact Matt Miller at or call 303-746-7061.

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