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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Casey Neistat: ending the vlog

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

New! Free Startup Weekend!

First attend one of our free meetings in Denver:

Mondays: Root & Branch-- How to Bounce After Set Back with 12-Steps and Meditation. 

Fridays: IDEA Cafe Startup Workshop

Saturdays: Socrates Cafe

More on our Meetup site, optional rsvp, most dont, see http://Meetup.com/Small-Biz-Chamber or call (303)861-1447

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Startup Show: Action Class in Practical Politics

Hyper-local Neighborhood Caucus Clubs Being Organized.

(PLEASE FORWARD. THANKS! John)

From: Save the Caucus.

Contact: John Wren, cell (720)495-4949

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 20, 2016

Hyper-local Neighborhood Caucus Clubs Being Organized.
“Fresh leadership is always needed in both major political parties, so we will help them both.”

Denver—Save the Caucus, a Colorado political committee formed this year to fight what has become Propositions 107 and 108, today announced a project for hyper-local civic education to increase informed participation in the Colorado Caucus in 2018. www.Meetup.com/Caucus-Clubs (303)861-1447

Making the announcement long-time community activist John Wren said, "Hyper-local neighborhood Caucus Clubs will be promoted through Nextdoor.com and local community newspapers. Caucus Clubs will welcome new neighbors and invite everyone in the neighborhood to social events and educational activities in the neighborhood, in cooperation with local chambers, local community newspapers, service clubs, etc. 

"Caucus Clubs will not take political positions, except on legislation that effects the Colorado Caucus, nor will we endorse candidates or issues. Like the Denver City Club (I'm a former member and past President) our purpose will be 'to inform not reform.' We will cooperate with everyone interested in strengthening the grassroots in business and politics, and we will inform newcomers of their precinct committee people for both major political parties and we will give them subscription information for local publications and performing arts groups," said Wren

 "We are going to need a lot of help to make this happen. Anyone who'd like to be a part of it is encouraged to check out the Caucus Clubs link on www.COCaucus.org or www.SmallBizChamber.org or go directly to www.Meetup.com/Caucus-Clubs. Those who like the idea are asked to Tweet us @IDEACafe or @BuildBetterCO."


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Save the Caucus is a Colorado political committee. 1881 Buchtel Blvd. #501, Denver, CO 80210 (303)861-1447 www.COCaucus.org John Wren is the registered agent. He co-founded the 2002 Save the Caucus which defeated the Caucus-killer Amendment 29 60% 40%  despite being outspent 1400 to 1. 

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Free Membership

Just post introduction of you/ your business on http://Facebook.com/Small.Business.Chamber, then "Like" and "Share" the page. Welcome!

Politics and business? Unaffiliated?

When asked "who do you like for President," True-Unaffiliated voters say, "there is a reason it is a secret ballot. I don't ask, and I don't tell." 

And after the election, they try to help whoever is elected. It's not only good for business. It's good for our country.

True-Unaffiliated voters say "No" to Colorado Caucus killing Propositions 107 and 108. They know it helps their neighbors who are active Republicans or Democrats control their party leaders and to vet candidates so that, unlike this year, the best possible candidates from both major parties end up on the general election ballot.

Save the Caucus, a Colorado political committee, www.COCaucus.org, John Wren and Scott Shires registered agents, urge you to vote no on Propositions 107 and 108. If you'd like to express your opposition it could make a big difference in defeating the multi-million dollar, misleading campaign of the powerful forces pushing these mistaken measures from the shadows.


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