Granby chamber is in new digs |

Granby chamber is in new digs

Laurie Findley, interim executive director of the Granby Area Chamber of Commerce, stands next to the sign on the Chamber's new headquarters at the east end of Agate Avenue. Drew Munro / Sky-Hi News

GRANBY – The Greater Granby Area Chamber of Commerce has moved into its new office and visitor center at 475 E. Agate Ave. (Highway 40) in Granby, offering more room and a convenient location for visitors.

Located in the yellow house next to Kopy Kat Office on the north side of Highway 40, the new location has a front lawn, a welcoming front porch, expansive inside facilities and higher visibility for the Chamber.

“We’re delighted with our new location,” says Laurie Findley, interim director for the chamber. “Visitors will like it too, with its welcoming appearance and easy-to-find location.”

The new chamber location also is home for the Downtown Granby Enhancement Director.

The new chamber office is a busy place as Findley and chamber volunteers are busy completing preparations for the Three Lakes Ice Fishing Contest, set to take place Jan. 27-29.

It’s busy also as the new office is being organized after the move from the chamber’s former location at 345 E. Agate Ave.

Findley says she’s reassured about progress being made at the chamber after a reorganization in October. Findley is serving as the interim executive director until the position can be filled permanently sometime this spring.

She says memberships are coming in and enthusiasm by chamber members and chamber board members is helping to keep chamber operations and the downtown enhancement office in forward motion.

Findley says a February Chamber Mixer and open house is planned at the new location Thursday, February 9th in conjunction with Kopy Kat Office from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. She encourages members, businesses and visitors to attend the free mixer and see the new location.

The chamber is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. five days a week.

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