Development Groups Merge in Alamosa County (Colorado)

July 15, 2010 at 6:24 am Leave a comment

Collaboration and synergy among local organizations with the same end goal in mind best summarizes the resurgence of the Alamosa County Chamber of Commerce (Colorado) in the spring 2010. After nearly two years of joint meetings between members of the Chamber, Alamosa County Development Corporation (ACDC), Alamosa Uptown River Association (AURA), Alamosa Downtown Merchants Association (ADMI) and others, the Alamosa County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC) was formed, incorporating most of the previously named groups. From that marriage, came the rebirth of the Chamber of Commerce that had struggled with declining membership and participation.

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Entry filed under: Chamber Consolidation, Chamber Merger, Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Council and Chamber Merger. Tags: , , .

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