Hole Sponsorship Only Registration (No Player)

Hole Sponsorship with No Player Register

 

This is the registration form for 1 hole sponsorship only WITHOUT player registration for $125. The hole sponsorship places a signage at a tee-box.

The tournament on Friday, August 4 th at The Vista at Applewood Golf Course begins with a networking lunch at 12:00pm and the 4 ‐ Person scramble shotgun starts 1:30pm.

If you have any questions, please contact: Andrew Coonan at (303) 653-7048 or acoonan@morrisonholdings.co . We look forward to seeing you at this year’s tournament!

Become a Corporate Sponsor at 28th Annual Golf Tournament

Become a Corporate Sponsor

 

Corporate Sponsorship includes 1 tee-box signage, 2 player entries, company promotion  opportunity at a tee-box, swag-bag item placement, recognition during networking lunch, web/social media recognition, and logo placement on tournament promotional materials for $500.

The tournament on Friday, August 4th at The Vista at Applewood Golf Course begins with a networking lunch at 12:00pm and the 4 ‐ Person scramble shotgun starts 1:30pm.

To become a Corporate Sponsor, please sign up and pay online from THIS LINK >>

If you have any questions, please contact: Andrew Coonan at (303) 653-7048 or acoonan@morrisonholdings.co. We look forward to seeing you at this year’s tournament!

View/Download Sponsor Packet information >>

 

 

 

Become a Hole Sponsor at 28th Annual Golf Tournament (With Player)

Become a Hole Sponsor

1 Hole Sponsorship includes a signage at a tee box, swag bag item placement, PLUS 1 player entry in the tournament for $175.

The tournament on Friday, August 4 th at The Vista at Applewood Golf Course begins with a networking lunch at 12:00pm and the 4 ‐ Person scramble shotgun starts 1:30pm.

To become a Hole Sponsor, please sign up and pay online from THIS LINK >>

If you have any questions, please contact: Andrew Coonan at (303) 653-7048 or acoonan@morrisonholdings.co. We look forward to seeing you at this year’s tournament!

View/Download Sponsor Packet information >>

 

 

 

ABA Golf Tournament 2017

Register to play >>

Applewood Business Association 28th Annual Golf Tournament

When: Friday, August 4, 2017
          12:00pm – Networking Lunch/Registration
          1:30pm – Shotgun Start

Where: Applewood Golf Course – 14001 W. 32nd Avenue, Golden, CO 80401

Golf Entry Fee $320 per team. Individual golfers will be placed on a team for $85. All entry fees include green fees, cart, tee prizes, raffle prizes and lunch. Prizes and awards at 5:30pm!

Download & print paper registration in PDF >>

Chair persons contact:

Andrew Coonan 303-653-7048 acoonan@morrisonholdings.co
Tom Mullinix 303-481-6333 Tom@Taxfavoredbenefits.com

Help ABA make this the best Tournament ever! Ways to get involved

  1. Register to play at the tournament (Team, two-some & individual player)
    Space is extremely limited. Register online TODAY!
     
  2. Become a Sponsor (Hole, Major Sponsors: Bronze, Silver, Gold), Golfer's bags, Golfer prizes, & Silent Auction
    View/Download Sponsor Packet information >>
    Click HERE to become a Hole Sponsor >>
    Click HERE to become a Corporate Sponsor >>
    **Please contact Andrew to become the Title or Presenting Sponsor
  3. Volunteer to help with the planning and/or day-of activities
    Please contact Andrew Coonan if interested.

 

 

Help us celebrate Flag Day

Support a Flag >>

*We are building on our history of an eye catching patriotic display of flags lining the commercial corridors in the Applewood Community from Flag Day through the 4th of July.

*We invite businesses and individuals to sponsor a flag and join the Applewood Business Association connecting customers and businesses in the Applewood Community.

*With convenient access, amenities and regional shopping, now is the time to attract customers and businesses to meet the needs and wants in the Applewood marketplace.

American-Flags

 

June 14, 2017

The Applewood Business Association invites you

to help celebrate Flag Day.

Here’s how you can participate:

Sponsor an American flag for $50.00 to
be displayed along Youngfield Street.

NET PROCEEDS WILL BE USED TO HELP FUND THE ABSOLUTELY APPLEWOOD BRANDING CAMPAIGN!

View/Download Flyer >>

Support a Flag >>

The American Flag prize, donated by Lori Bush-Engel of Modern Woodmen of America is 3’ X 5’ and comes with a pole and stand. It is all cotton and intended as an indoor display flag.

 

Member Meeting – August 10

RSVP for August Luncheon

*** Please RSVP for this meeting by 5 pm on August 4 ***

Luncheon – Thursday, August 10, 11:15am – 1:00pm
Rolling Hills Country Club – 15707 West 26th Avenue, Golden

Cost: ABA Member $20.00, includes meal (Non-member is $25)
Speaker: TBA
5-Minute Spotlight & Door Prize: Arwen Pond, Golden Puzzle Room

IMPORTANT – please read:

  • If you are a member, you must be logged into your account by clicking on the yellow "Member Login" button on the right to get a member pricing. If you are a sponsor and are using your meeting voucher, please login to apply your voucher.
  • Guests are welcome! If you are new to ABA, we'll even buy your lunch for the first time. Guests may visit our meetings up to 2 times before they join the ABA (Must purchase ticket the 2nd time for $25).
  • The deadline to RSVP for meetings is 5pm on Friday before the meeting date. If you RSVP after that time, we can not guarantee your meal.
  • Starting 1/1/2016, if a member (includes sponsor with vouchers) shows up without RSVP, they will be charged $25 instead of member pricing. We would like to be considerate of our caterer. We appreciate your cooperation.

Member Meeting – July 13

RSVP for July Luncheon

*** Please RSVP for this meeting by 5 pm on July 7 ***

Luncheon – Thursday, July 13, 11:15am – 1:00pm
Rolling Hills Country Club – 15707 West 26th Avenue, Golden

Cost: ABA Member $20.00, includes meal (Non-member is $25)
Speaker: Rebecca Winning, Communications Director, Jefferson County Public Library
5-Minute Spotlight & Door Prize: Chef Maya Leon-Meis, Taste of Peru Cooking School

IMPORTANT – please read:

  • If you are a member, you must be logged into your account by clicking on the yellow "Member Login" button on the right to get a member pricing. If you are a sponsor and are using your meeting voucher, please login to apply your voucher.
  • Guests are welcome! If you are new to ABA, we'll even buy your lunch for the first time. Guests may visit our meetings up to 2 times before they join the ABA (Must purchase ticket the 2nd time for $25).
  • The deadline to RSVP for meetings is 5pm on Friday before the meeting date. If you RSVP after that time, we can not guarantee your meal.
  • Starting 1/1/2016, if a member (includes sponsor with vouchers) shows up without RSVP, they will be charged $25 instead of member pricing. We would like to be considerate of our caterer. We appreciate your cooperation.

 


Speaker – Rebecca Winning, Communications Director, Jefferson County Public Library

Rebecca joined Jefferson County Public Library as manager of communications and public engagement in January 2010; in 2011 she was named communications director. She is responsible for internal and external communications, media and community relations, advocacy and strategic partnerships for the Library. Prior to joining JCPL, Rebecca held leadership positions in communications and investor relations for Quovadx, Inc.; MediaOne Group; U S West; Adolph Coors Company and other public companies. She has served on the board of directors of local chapters of the International Association of Business Communicators and the National Investor Relations Institute. She has received numerous national awards for her communications efforts, including a Gold Quill (highest available award) from the International Association of Business Communicators for her work in corporate media relations for Coors. Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from DePauw University (1974), a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Regis University and a Master of Arts degree in English from the University of Denver (1979). She has also completed 28 hours of graduate work in business and finance at the University of Denver.

 


5-minute Spotlight Speaker – Maya León-Meis

Maya León-Meis, is a native of Peru, who has lived in the U.S. for over 35 years.  She is a Certified Nutritional Chef graduated from the Nutrition Therapy Institute in Denver. She has also studied at the Escoffier Culinary School in Boulder and EXPRO Culinary School in Peru. Now she owns Taste of Peru Cooking School and Fiesta Fusion food truck.

She was the creator and host of Los Secretos de Maya and Maya’s Secrets, a healthy cooking television show that aired in Colorado from 2006 to 2012 on Telemundo, and on PBS Channel 12.  She has authored the cookbook entitled “Maya’s Secrets” and its Spanish version “Los Secretos de Maya”, which were published by the American Cancer Society. In 2013, her cookbook won “The Best Ethnic Cookbook” award in the USA, as well as the top award in the health & nutrition category and thus represented the USA in the international cookbook contest in Beijing, in 2014.

Maya received a B.A. degree in Language Teaching from Instituto Pedagógico in Peru, and with a Fulbrigh scholarship she received an M.A. degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Colorado in Boulder. She is an ATA Certified Translator and has had a translation company since 1980.

Maya León Meis lives in Arvada, Colorado with her husband Tom Meis and can be contacted at 720-350-6262 and mayaleonmeis2014@gmail.com.

JCBL Legislative Update

Bipartisan agreement on problems, but not necessarily on solutions

By Jeff Weist, Jefferson County Business Lobby

The Applewood Business Association is an active member of the Jefferson County Business Lobby, the unified voice of 3,000 Jefferson County businesses advocating for public policies that strengthen our economy. We wanted to give you a preview of some of the business issues on which the JCBL is engaging at the State Capitol in Denver as the 2017 Colorado General Assembly gets underway.

The dynamics of the Legislature will, for the third year in a row, be dominated by split partisan control.  Democrats retained control the State House of Representatives while the Republicans hang onto their slim one seat majority in the State Senate. Split control means both parties have to work together to accomplish anything of significance.

Remarkable agreement exists between the Democrats and Republicans on the major problems facing the state – such as inadequate transportation funding and escalating housing costs – but finding agreement on the solutions to such problems have been elusive.

The JCBL’s priorities for the coming year include:

New Transportation Funding: Colorado is one of the few states in the nation not dedicating state General Fund dollars to transportation infrastructure. The Colorado Legislature must find new sources of transportation funding for the short, medium and long-terms.

Attracting and Retaining Skilled Employees: The shortage of skilled employees in Jefferson County and around the State is actually becoming a drag on economic growth. Colorado needs better training for skilled employees. And we need to fix the broken litigation system that is preventing the construction of new, affordable, housing.

Fostering a Strong, Competitive Business Climate: While Jefferson County’s economy is strong today, the Legislature must provide effective economic development incentives, lower regulatory burdens and reduce lawsuits if we are to withstand future downturns.

 

We will keep you updated on the Legislature’s progress on these important business issues through out the 2017 legislative session.

 

Jeff Weist can be contacted at jeff@weistcapitol.com

January Luncheon Speaker – Rick Roberts

Rick Roberts is the President of Legacy Grace Community Development Corporation. He is an Entrepreneur, having founded 12 companies and 2 non-profits. He is the Author of 16 books- including Chosen To Forgive (released in January 2017) and I’ll Be Your Father (release date Fall 2017) . He has been a Non-profit Manager for 25 years. He has managed his Construction company for fourteen years and was a Restaurant Manager previously. He is also a Professional Speaker, Consultant and Trainer. He helps the homeless and others through his roles as Co-Chair of Heading Home, and the Leadership Committee of Power of Partnership, both in Jefferson County, Colorado. He also has served as a Jail Assistant Chaplain for 17 years. Rick is one of the finest singers in Denver! To schedule an inspirational speaking, consulting or training appointment around business, nonprofits or unique leadership strategies, please call 720-774-4677 or write to chosentoforgive@gmail.com.

 


Rick Roberts
Legacy Grace Community Development Corporation

November Luncheon Speaker – Dr. Jon Kedrowski

Jon grew up in the Vail Valley Colorado and is a local ski mountaineer, professional guide, and adventurer.

He climbed every Colorado 14,000 foot peak by the time he turned 18, and has Skied from the top of nearly every Colorado 14er.

He has over 500 ascents of the Colorado including he has twice climbed each of the 58 Colorado 14ers in one season both in 2005 in 40 days and 2011 in 95 days When he became the first person to spend the night on the top of every Fourteener Summit and has recently released his book called "Sleeping on the SummitsColorado Fourteener high Bivys".  He has climbed every 14er at least 5 times and has as many as 25 ascents of some of the popular 14ers including Elbert, Grays, Torreys, and Quandary, as well as Bierstadt.

John is a veteran of nine major climbing expeditions to peaks above 20,000 feet including climbing four of the seven continental summits.  He will be guiding a trip to Kilimanjaro in 2014 for his 5th Seven Summit.

He recently accomplished climbing to the summit of Everest in 2012 after having turned around only 800 feet from the top the week before.  His story was featured on DATELINE NBC in a Documentary.

He Earned his Ph.D. In 2010 in Mountain Geography from Texas State University San Marcos and has spent time Climbing Mt. Rainier in WA over 15 times.  In 2009 Jon Climbed the three Highest Volcanoes in Mexico (18,000' high) in only 5 days.

He is currently working on a sequel to Sleeping on the Summits, called SOSII, which will be released later this year.

 


Dr. Jon Kedorwski
Ski Mountaineer, Professional Guide,
and Adventurer
Climb Your Everest

October Luncheon Speaker – Daria Mann

Daria Mann, M. Ed, CCHT will speak to the Applewood Business Association sharing a few techniques to help members and guests gain confidence in speaking, improve performance in sales and marketing techniques, set and achieve goals, and reduce anxiety or stress. She will also address myths and misconceptions about hypnosis and its' use as an evidence-based form of therapy. Daria served in the education field for 23 years as a teacher of both elementary and preschool age children, early childhood director, youth group leader, and community liaison. She spent four years learning the financial industry as a salesperson for life insurance and mutual funds developing many additional skills setting goals, learning sales techniques and how to mange personal finances, and being part of a dynamic team working for herself, but not by herself. She hired a million dollar earner for a year as her personal mentor receiving emails on a daily basis, unlimited texts, and meeting face to face with him monthly to build a business. She is a wife, a stepmother of two adult children she helped raise and two children of her own that are teenagers.
 
She always had an interest in counseling but was not sure she would be able to leave the clients issues in the therapy room. Filled with life experience, intuition, and empathy she decided to go to school for a year (500 hours) to learn how to be certified clinical hypnotherapist finding it is her passion to serve and work with clients who desire change. Daria served another 1500 hours of internship with a clinical psychologist gaining the title advanced clinical hypnotherapist. She opened her own practice, Metro Denver Hypnotherapy, just South of the Cherry Creek mall and enjoys success knowing her clients are successful! She works with adults, teens, and children helping them allow their mind to use its incredible power to create change they desire in their thoughts and behaviors. She is continuing her education working on another master's degree to achieve the goal of being a licensed marriage and family therapist in addition to using hypnosis as a tool for change for individuals and groups. Hypnotherapy is an amazing tool helping clients cross the bridge from the conscious mind and speak directly to the subconscious mind to help achieve the desired outcome quickly and effectively. Daria works with children, teens, and adults to help them quit smoking, lose weight, reduce pain, anxiety, depression, phobias, bad habits and more! She uses the approach of being client-centered and solution focused. She always offers a free phone consultation to answer any question about hypnotherapy and see if hypnosis may work for the issue a client is struggling with.


Daria Mann, M. Ed. CCHT
Metro Denver Hypnotherapy

 

September Luncheon Speaker – Suzanne Asaff Blankenship

Suzanne’s experience with eldercare came the hard way – by doing it. Suzanne is in the second decade of eldercare, managing both her mother's care as well as her in-laws. After countless conversations, discussions and requests for advice, Suzanne decided to share what she discovered with others walking the same path.  Her guidance is practical but delivered with the laughter that makes the journey so much more doable.  Suzanne will have you crying tears of laughter with her quips, her lens of humor and her refreshing honesty.  Her book is short, packed with guidance, resources and real ways to stay ahead of the next eldercare emergency.  You can read it in one night and return to it over and over as needed.

Suzanne has spent her 20-year corporate career in marketing and customer service, leading and training teams at The Coca-Cola Company, Bueno Foods, and Ogilvy & Mather as well as her own consulting firm, Parkin & Blankenship. 

Born in Longview, Texas and raised in Dallas, Suzanne now calls Colorado home. She believes in advocacy, the importance of family, and the need for balance in life. Humor is her favorite resource.

 


Suzanne Asaff Blankenship
Author, Speaker, Eldercare Expert