Communities Transformed by Their Rivers
Presented by the Town of Eagle & the Eagle Chamber of Commerce
Wednesday, January 27
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Brush Creek Pavilion, Eagle
Join us for a lively, informative and interactive pre-sentation with panelists from Buena Vista, Golden and Salida, CO to hear how their communities and businesses have benefitted from better connecting their rivers to their towns.
- Jed Selby – Local Developer (South Main)
- Earl Richmond – Local Business Owner (Colorado Kayak Supply)
- Rod Tarullo – Dir. of Parks, Recreation & Golf
- Dara MacDonald – City Manager
- Ray Kitson – Local Business Owner/Developer
- Mike Harvey – Local Business Owner (Badfish Standup Paddleboards / Recreation Engineering & Planning)
2016 Member Benefits
Eagle Chamber of Commerce’s Member Benefits are designed to increase business exposure and visibility on multiple platforms: www.eaglechamber.co, Eagle County Airport kiosk and now at the Eagle Visitor Center. Have you taken advantage of this benefit?
Extend your reach by expanding your online profile and exploiting our free MemberPlus app (please watch the video above). You can download the MemberPlus App, login using your current credentials, and begin using it immediately.
It’s FREE to download and available for iOS and Android devices:
For additional information, contact the Eagle Chamber at 970.306.2262 or by email.
Eagle Visitor Center Goes Hi-Tech
An electronic monitor and theft-proof case was purchased through chamber member CS Media and has been installed on the outside of the building to the far left of the main door. It will promote the town’s business centers, events, and points of interest to encourage the visitors to experience more of what Eagle has to offer; the visuals for the monitor will be installed by late January.
In addition to the monitor, an iPad will be installed inside the visitor center for visitors to search out restaurants, services, hotels, and retailers. Business Plus, Charter or Executive members receive a free advertisement on the iPad, which is duplicated at the chamber’s Eagle County Airport kiosk. Click here for details.
Chamber president, Mick Daly, Juice Plus+ said, ‘Every member should take advantage of these advertising options, they costs just pennies a day.’
For information, contact the Chamber Administrator, Mary Ann Morrison 970.306.2262 or email.
Mountain Valley Horse Rescue
Mountain Valley Horse Rescue has been quietly running a capital campaign since spring 2014. Their goal is to raise $2 million by 2017 to complete the purchase of a horse property.With that money the group wants to buy a horse property where it can keep the horses it rescues until the animals can be adopted by new owners.
Mountain Valley Horse Rescue galloped into 2016 with a $1 million donation from the Shaw Foundation for the purchase of a horse property to keep the horses it rescues until the animals can be adopted by new owners.
Eagle’s Real Estate Market
According to the Vail Board of Realtors MLS report as of December 24, 2015, the Town of Eagle’s robust 2015 real estate market revealed these numbers:
- Transactions increased 30.56% from 72 in 2014 to 94 in 2015
- Sales volume increased by 60.36% from $27.75 million in 2014 to $44.50 million in 2015
- Transactions increased 13.85% from 65 in 2014 to 74 in 2015.
- Sales volume increased 29.34% from $31.70 million in 2014 to $41million in 2015.
Join us for networking, mingling, refreshments and more:
Jan. 21: 5 – 7 p.m. Business After Hours & Mixer
- Jhana Center, 55B Gambel Street, Eagle Ranch
Feb. 16: 8:15 – 9:30 a.m. Networking Breakfast, Topic and Speaker TBA
- Alpine Bank , 205 Chambers, lower level conference room
Feb. 18: 5 – 7 p.m. Business After Hours & Mixer
- Wine or Wort Home Brew Supply, 1120 Chambers Avenue, Unit B
All monthly Business After Hours & Mixers for 2016 are booked; contact Mary Ann Morrison, Administrator at 970.306.2262 or email if you or your business would like to be placed on the wait list or hold a date for 2017.