Lapis Design & Build is celebrating 20 years in business. The North Denver custom cabinetry business, located at W. 39th Avenue and Tennyson Street, is run by brothers Jon and Erik Rieger.
The brothers also had a hand in starting the Tennyson Street Culture Walk.
Lapis Design & Build is located at 3971 Tennyson St.; visit LapisArts.com or call 303-480-5126 for more information.
After more than 70 years of supporting businesses in Jefferson County and the West Metro area, the West Chamber is becoming the West Metro Chamber of Commerce to more accurately reflect its demographics as the regional chamber in the metro west, according to a press release from the organization.
“While our base is still rooted in representing the Lakewood and Jefferson County businesses and communities, our membership has been broadening over the last decade with members coming from other areas including west Denver, the DTC and Littleton,” said Pam Bales, President and CEO, West Metro Chamber.
A Board of Directors Branding Committee spent most of 2017 talking with various members and conducting chamber-wide polls to see how they would feel about a name change. The vast majority (more than 85 percent) saw the rebranding as positive and a good impetus for overall growth.
“We also want to stay relevant with the changing face of business,” said Bales. “Our Young Professionals are asking for non-traditional ways to connect. We’re working to attract new millennials and entrepreneurs while providing the best programming for all of our members … from YPs to SPs (seasoned professionals)!”
The new logo, unveiled at the Feb. 4 Chairman’s Gala, and will be rolled out over the next few months.
The West Metro Chamber’s mission is to build a strong business community through collaboration, leadership development, education and advocacy. The vision is to be an organization of choice for businesses who value building a diverse, sustainable and prosperous community through collaborative business leadership.
For more information about the West Metro Chamber, visit www.westmetrochamber.org or call 303-233-5555.
The public is invited to join the Wheat Ridge Business Association and the City of Wheat Ridge for a ribbon cutting at Iselin Chiropractic, 7835 W. 38th Ave., Wheat , on Friday, March 23, at 11 a.m.
For more information visit www.iselinchiropractic.com.
Katie Carrera and Keifer Mansfield have bought Teller Street Gallery & Studios, 7190 W. 38th Ave., Wheat Ridge.
Not your typical “paint n’ sip,” the new owners have added tons of great new classes, crafts, stunning wood projects and fun after-hours events like movies and music.
Teller Street Gallery & Studios is a local, independent, award-winning small business.
“Our goal is to provide an affordable and fun local art outlet for adults and families in Wheat Ridge and the west-metro Denver area,” said Carrera and Mansfield.
Visit www.tellerstreetgallery.com to view the calendar and other exciting news and events, or call 303-424-9273.