Loveland News Briefs for September 12 – Loveland Reporter-Herald

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Calendar • The Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce has hired Heather Anderson as director of Visit Greeley. • FirstBank will hold a virtual Lunch and Learn program on Manufacturing in Colorado: Economic Outlook at 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16. Register at bit.ly/2Xcu4j3.

• Ray N. Franklin of Fort Collins has published a collection of new and original palindromes by a slate of U.S. and United Kingdom authors. The book, “Cia So Manic in a Mosaic,” contains 134 palindromes. A palindrome is a phrase or sentence that reads the same forward and backward. The title of the anthology is a palindrome. It is available as an ebook on Amazon. People

• The city of Fort Collins has hired Chad Crager as broadband executive director. He will lead the Fort Collins Connexion team and oversee the building and implementation of the city’s high speed, next generation fiber network, due for completion by the end of 2022. • Qualified Listeners is looking for service businesses willing to assist the veteran community at either no cost or reduced cost in the fields of electrical, plumbing, vehicle repair, home repair/improvement, handrails, grab bars, lawn care, lawn sprinklers, roofing/gutter repair, in-home clutter and organization, boxing and moving, and legal work. Call 720-600-0860 or email Resource@QualifiedListeners.org.

The items we consider for briefs include:• New businesses.• News relocations.• News closings.• New contracts.• Anniversaries (divisible by five).• Mergers and acquisitions.• New owners, employees or promotions of employees.• Manufacture of new products.• News organization meetings, workshops, seminars or classes meant for networking or education.• Open houses related to newsworthy events (new business, anniversary, new owners, renovations, new management, etc.).• Awards or other recognition.• Donations to charities.• Earnings. Press releases are welcome. The Reporter-Herald reserves the right to edit information submitted for publication. Pictures of individuals involved in the event are welcome, but publication is not guaranteed. The Reporter-Herald strives to include newsworthy business briefs for its readers each Sunday. The focus of business briefs is on Northern Colorado businesses, not business promotions.

Send us your business news • The NOCOM Trade Show and Job Fair will be at 2-4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, followed by a networking reception at The Ranch Events Complex, 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland. Website: nocomfg.com/nocom.

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