FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 22, 2019
Longmont, CO: Longmont Economic Development Partnership (EDP) has elected two new and three incumbent directors to two-year terms that will begin January 1, 2020.
The new Longmont EDP Directors are:
Lonnie Cramer, President, Longs Peak Hospital
Cameron Grant, Managing Shareholder, Lyons Gaddis Law Firm
Incumbent Directors re-elected to serve another two years on the Longmont EDP Board of Directors are:
Dan Gust, Gust Family Enterprises/Ace Hardware
Joe Troutman, Sr. Manager Business Development – Space and Medical, Enersys/ABSL Space Products
Eric Wallace, President/Co-Founder, Left Hand Brewing Company
Longmont EDP has also re-elected incumbent Executive Committee leadership for 2020:
Vice Chair – Eric Wallace, President/Co-Founder, Left Hand Brewing Company
Secretary – Allison Closson, Vice President, Adams Bank & Trust
Bruce Hellbaum – President/CEO, Front Range State Bank
Longmont City Council has appointed two non-voting liaison representatives to the Longmont EDP Board:
Ward 1 Councilmember Tim Waters
Ward 2 Councilmember Marcia Martin
Mayor Brian Bagley will continue to serve in the role as non-voting liaison to the Longmont EDP Executive Committee, and City Manager Harold Dominguez and Deputy City Manager Dale Rademacher will continue to serve as the City’s two appointed voting directors.
About Longmont Economic Development Partnership: A 501c(6) non-profit organization founded in 1981, Longmont EDP is funded with both public and private dollars. More than 120 private sector businesses join the City of Longmont, Boulder County, and Platte River Power Authority as their economic partners. Longmont EDP leads a comprehensive approach to building an economic ecosystem that not only supports, but champions, businesses and their owners. From world-famous brewers to smart manufacturing plants, specialized business catalysts to world-class research facilities, businesses in Longmont build an economy that champions growth, prosperity, and inclusion. Advance Longmont 2.0, Longmont’s recently adopted economic development strategy led by Longmont EDP, focuses on quality job creation and business investment. Longmont EDP activates a powerful civic infrastructure that identifies problems, creates innovative solutions, and implements these programs across partner organizations. For Longmont EDP, Advance Longmont means doing it together.