Greater Granby Area Chamber of Commerce Announces Board Leadership |

Greater Granby Area Chamber of Commerce Announces Board Leadership

Kim Burner, Publisher of the Sky-Hi Daily News, was recently elected Chair of the Greater Granby Area Chamber of Commerce (GGACofC) Board of Directors. Kim will provide leadership for the important community marketing and business member services of the Chamber’s volunteers and staff.

Elected Vice Chair is Eric Anderson of Millennium Bank. A volunteer leader in many community organization such as the Grand County Builders Association, Eric has served on the GGACofC Board of Directors for several years.

Re-elected to the position of Secretary is volunteer Jane Blaine of US Bank and to the important position of Treasurer, Tom Sifers, of Mountain Parks Electric.

Patty Peterson of Legacy Building Specialties, who served as Chair for two terms with outstanding accomplishments, will serve as Past Chair. Other community volunteer directors are Rhonda Bromberg of Grand Elk Ranch and Club, Frank DeLay of Grand Mountain Bank, Penny Hamilton of Forest and Lake Real Estate, Julie Kerswell of Kopy Kat Graphics and Printing, Brad Perry of The Roofing Company, Cheryl Shipe of the Inn at SilverCreek and Caren Welcome of Granby Ranch.

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For more information about Greater Granby Area Chamber of Commerce membership and services visit or call 887-2311 or visit the Chamber Visitor Welcome Center at 365 East Agate Ave.

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