Business legend John Medved to give luncheon address
It is the most circled date on the calendars of state legislators because of people like you—Small-business owners.
Since 2005, NFIB/Colorado’s Small Business Day at the Capitol has been the place to be for policymakers wanting to speak to, and hear directly from, the Main Street entrepreneurs who are the engine of our state’s economy.
This year’s Small Business Day at the Capitol is Thursday, March 29, and it is advised you register soon. The cost to attend is $25 per person, which includes breakfast and lunch. Register now. Register here.
Business legend John Medved will give this year’s luncheon address at the Warwick Hotel, just a few short blocks from the Capitol. Started in 2015, the luncheon address by industry leaders has become the most popular feature of Small Business Day. Medved is following on the heels of Eric Wallace (2017), co-founder of Left Hand Brewing; Jake Jabs (2016) of American Furniture; and TV celebrity chef Keegan Gerhard (2015), owner of Denver’s D Bar Restaurant. Scroll down further to see video highlights of previous years’ Small Business Days.
Please join us March 29. The more small-business owners who attend, the louder we speak, and the better our message is remembered by lawmakers during the cut-and-thrust of legislative activity. For more information, call Mary Meinzer in the NFIB/Colorado office at 303-860-1778 or send her an email here.
NFIB thanks Pinnacol Assurance for its generous support.
NFIB/Colorado Small Business Day at the Capitol
Thursday, March 29
7:45 a.m. Registration
8:15 a.m. Program start
Old Supreme Court Chamber
200 East Colfax Ave.
11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
1776 Grant St.
(Two blocks from the Capitol)
Check out the report on the last three Small Business Days, which includes videos of guest speakers, legislators, and NFIB members.