Banquet recognizes businesses, advocates

Castle Rock Chamber holds annual awards event

Posted 5/14/19

The Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet May 4 at the Denver South Marriott in Lone Tree, recognizing some of the most influential business leaders and politicians of the …

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Banquet recognizes businesses, advocates

Castle Rock Chamber holds annual awards event

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The Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet May 4 at the Denver South Marriott in Lone Tree, recognizing some of the most influential business leaders and politicians of the past year.

The luau-themed dinner mingled business with play as friendly faces joined in celebration of what chamber chair Mark Michael said was yet another year of continued business success within the town, crediting the organizations and innovators that make Castle Rock unique.

Michael then passed the torch to new chamber chair Mike McNairy.

Six awards were given out to business people and advocates within the community. Don Sturm accepted the P.S. Miller Philanthropist award on behalf of the Sturm Family Foundation for their gift of up to $10 million to Arapahoe Community College. The Sturm Collaboration Campus is set to open near Castle View High School.

To learn more about the Castle Rock Chamber, visit www.CastleRock.org.

Here are the award winners from this year’s Castle Rock Chamber Annual Banquet:

• Business Person of the Year: Jennifer Brown, Master Magnetics and Ads on Magnets

• Small Business of the Year: Javier Hoggard, Patriot Pros

• Citizen of the Year: Bernie Greenberg, Kokish, Goldmanis & Greenberg P.C.

• Ping Lee Jung Volunteer of the Year: Mike McNairy, Creative Colors International

• Castle Rock Advocate: Roger Partridge, Douglas County commissioner

• Ambassador of the Year: Jenny Young, Castle Rock Craniosacral & Lymphatic Massage

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