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DENVER--October 26, 2017--Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and the newly formed Local First Colorado (LFC) are pleased to announce a partnership to support LFC’s launch of Colorado’s Local First Week (November 25 – December 2, 2017), an awareness campaign designed to encourage Coloradans to support local businesses first. DCI and LFC determined this partnership advances the missions of both organizations as each aims to strengthen Colorado’s local economies.

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Backers of downtown Loveland’s redevelopment since 2010 have focused on the “south catalyst” – a transformative project covering multiple blocks of southern downtown. That is how the “vision book” for the district first described it.

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The agreement binds Brinkman and the City in a shared $76 million development pursuit that will transform the area bounded by Lincoln and Cleveland avenues on the east and west, Opera Alley in the mid-block between Third and Fourth streets on the north, and First Street on the south.

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Alliance News

Holiday glow @ poseidon's

Stop by during Festival of Lights

November 29, 2017

Enjoy the ambiance of our Aquariums & Fish

under the GLOW of all the Holiday Lights

* Sip Free Hot Chocolate

* Dine on Tasty Goodies

* Enjoy Holiday Music & Great Company

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Kids can create this fun clay turkey with handprint tail feathers! Imagine this cute turkey on your table every year. Only $20 per child. 

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The LDP|DDA office will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 23 and 24. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Local First Colorado

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Downtown Colorado, Inc. Partners with Local First Colorado to Promote Awareness for Local First Week 

DENVER--October 26, 2017--Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and the newly formed Local First Colorado (LFC) are pleased to announce a partnership to support LFC’s launch of Colorado’s Local First Week (November 25 – December 2, 2017), an awareness campaign designed to encourage Coloradans to support local businesses first. DCI and LFC determined this partnership advances the missions of both organizations as each aims to strengthen Colorado’s local economies.

Kicking off on Small Business Saturday, Local First Week is one week dedicated to asking local consumers to re-think daily habits and shift everyday actions to try a local business before heading to the big-box stores or ordering online. In 2007 the Mile High Business Alliance (MHBA) promoted this same week as Denver’s Buy Local Week, and continued this campaign every holiday shopping season for eight years. Now Local First Colorado seeks to build on MHBA’s work by re-activating this awareness campaign on a state-wide basis to celebrate the importance of supporting our local businesses.

“As a state-wide organization that has been working to revitalize Colorado’s local economies for 35 years, we are thrilled to help Local First Colorado launch Local First Week to remind our community members of the importance of patronizing our local businesses,” says Katherine Correll, DCI Executive director.

“Our independent businesses not only contribute to thriving local economies, but so often they are also what shapes the unique character of our cities, our communities, even our neighborhoods. Can you imagine what your community would feel like without your corner coffee shop, your local brewery, your favorite boutique or your neighborhood bookstore? These independent businesses can define a community.”

Co-founded by Heather Duncan (Tattered Cover Book Store), Nicole Sullivan (BookBar) and Heather Garbo (Denver Dweller), Local First Colorado is being activated by a coalition of local business leaders including Ellen Daehnik (Helliemae’s/Post Oak Hall), Patty Henry (The Freyja Project), Kappy Kling (Hearthfire Books), Mickki Langston (Tellicherry Trading Co.) and Caleb Seeling (Bowerhouse Books).

Local businesses interested in participating in Local First Week are encouraged to sign up here. Coloradans can take the Local First Pledge to shift support to a local business at www.localfirstcolorado.org.

About Local First Colorado

Local First Colorado is a state-wide movement to encourage Coloradans to try local businesses first. LFC’s long-term goal is to launch a state-wide organization to help build a thriving Colorado economy by supporting the local businesses that have a commitment to our local communities and by working to educate consumers, local government, and even local businesses about the importance of buying local first.

About Downtown Colorado, Inc.

Established in 1982 as the Colorado Community Revitalization Association, Downtown Colorado, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization that aims to build better communities by providing assistance to downtowns, commercial districts and town centers in Colorado. Organization members represent downtown organizations, local governments, development and improvement districts, consultants, individuals and others involved in downtown and community development.

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Downtown Colorado, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. DCI employs personnel without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental handicap, veteran status and marital status.

Contact Information

Kylie Brown

Downtown Colorado, Inc.

  1. 303.282.0625
  2. 303.282.0658

www.downtowncoloradoinc.org

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DENVER--October 26, 2017--Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and the newly formed Local First Colorado (LFC) are pleased to announce a partnership to support LFC’s launch of Colorado’s Local First Week (November 25 – December 2, 2017), an awareness campaign designed to encourage Coloradans to support local businesses first. DCI and LFC determined this partnership advances the missions of both organizations as each aims to strengthen Colorado’s local economies.

Read More....

By City of Loveland

Backers of downtown Loveland’s redevelopment since 2010 have focused on the “south catalyst” – a transformative project covering multiple blocks of southern downtown. That is how the “vision book” for the district first described it.

Read More....

The agreement binds Brinkman and the City in a shared $76 million development pursuit that will transform the area bounded by Lincoln and Cleveland avenues on the east and west, Opera Alley in the mid-block between Third and Fourth streets on the north, and First Street on the south.

Read More....

Downtown District launches color-filled Hop. Skip. Jump. this Friday!

The Hop.Skip.Jump. program is designed to help people find parking, direct them to what's happening where and when, all in the midst of the construction going on downtown.

During May 12th's Night on the Town, visitors are invited to HOP from shop to shop, SKIP along the sidewalks to discover hidden artworks and interact with unique selfie spots and JUMP into one of the pedicabs and enjoy the ride. Anyone finding the hidden gems, special artwork and sidewalk secrets are encouraged to share photos on social media using #LoveHopSkipJump.

 

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2016 has been a busy and exciting year for the Downtown District. Interested in learning about the many accomplishments of 2016? Click here for a list of accomplishments.

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Click HERE to see a video produced by The Community Foundation for the 2015 Destination Loveland event.

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By by Doug Storum of BizWest.com
9/20/2016

"Downtown redevelopment project in Loveland gain momentum" by by on September 20, 2016 published in BizWest.com.

Includes video which shows an animated aerial flyover and through the proposed The Foundry mixed-use project in downtown Loveland.

Video courtesy city of Loveland/OZ Architecture/Russell + Mills Studios.

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970.541.4333

City of Loveland Colorado Downtown Parking Map - April 2017Click for Downtown Parking

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11/04/17
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11/20/17
11/20/17 8:00am
11/27/17
11/29/17
11/29/17 5:00pm

 


District News

DENVER--October 26, 2017--Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and the newly formed Local First Colorado (LFC) are pleased to announce a partnership to support LFC’s launch of Colorado’s Local First Week (November 25 – December 2, 2017), an awareness campaign designed to encourage Coloradans to support local businesses first. DCI and LFC determined this partnership advances the missions of both organizations as each aims to strengthen Colorado’s local economies.

Read More....

Backers of downtown Loveland’s redevelopment since 2010 have focused on the “south catalyst” – a transformative project covering multiple blocks of southern downtown. That is how the “vision book” for the district first described it.

Read More....

The agreement binds Brinkman and the City in a shared $76 million development pursuit that will transform the area bounded by Lincoln and Cleveland avenues on the east and west, Opera Alley in the mid-block between Third and Fourth streets on the north, and First Street on the south.

Read More....

Alliance News

Kids can create this fun clay turkey with handprint tail feathers! Imagine this cute turkey on your table every year. Only $20 per child. 

Read More....

Join Santa and the rest of his magical crew as he explores Loveland Downtown with different activities at each stop! From breakfast with Santa to crafts to happy hour, bring the family and get in the holiday spirit.

 

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Holiday glow @ poseidon's

Stop by during Festival of Lights

November 29, 2017

Enjoy the ambiance of our Aquariums & Fish

under the GLOW of all the Holiday Lights

* Sip Free Hot Chocolate

* Dine on Tasty Goodies

* Enjoy Holiday Music & Great Company

Read More....

 

Office Closure

The LDP|DDA office will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 23 and 24. Happy Thanksgiving!

News Feed

 

DENVER--October 26, 2017--Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and the newly formed Local First Colorado (LFC) are pleased to announce a partnership to support LFC’s launch of Colorado’s Local First Week (November 25 – December 2, 2017), an awareness campaign designed to encourage Coloradans to support local businesses first. DCI and LFC determined this partnership advances the missions of both organizations as each aims to strengthen Colorado’s local economies.

Read More....

By City of Loveland

Backers of downtown Loveland’s redevelopment since 2010 have focused on the “south catalyst” – a transformative project covering multiple blocks of southern downtown. That is how the “vision book” for the district first described it.

Read More....

The agreement binds Brinkman and the City in a shared $76 million development pursuit that will transform the area bounded by Lincoln and Cleveland avenues on the east and west, Opera Alley in the mid-block between Third and Fourth streets on the north, and First Street on the south.

Read More....

Downtown District launches color-filled Hop. Skip. Jump. this Friday!

The Hop.Skip.Jump. program is designed to help people find parking, direct them to what's happening where and when, all in the midst of the construction going on downtown.

During May 12th's Night on the Town, visitors are invited to HOP from shop to shop, SKIP along the sidewalks to discover hidden artworks and interact with unique selfie spots and JUMP into one of the pedicabs and enjoy the ride. Anyone finding the hidden gems, special artwork and sidewalk secrets are encouraged to share photos on social media using #LoveHopSkipJump.

 

Read More....

2016 has been a busy and exciting year for the Downtown District. Interested in learning about the many accomplishments of 2016? Click here for a list of accomplishments.

Read More....

Click HERE to see a video produced by The Community Foundation for the 2015 Destination Loveland event.

Read More....

By by Doug Storum of BizWest.com
9/20/2016

"Downtown redevelopment project in Loveland gain momentum" by by on September 20, 2016 published in BizWest.com.

Includes video which shows an animated aerial flyover and through the proposed The Foundry mixed-use project in downtown Loveland.

Video courtesy city of Loveland/OZ Architecture/Russell + Mills Studios.

Read More....

 

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