Events & Activities
Business Incubator holding Two Fundraisers June
The 1st Annual Atomic 5K Run/Walk will begin at 9:00 a.m. on June 3rd with packet pickup and late/on-site registration beginning at 7:30 a.m.. The route runs around the newly designated National Historic District campus (part of the Manhattan Project). More information and registration is available at https://www.atomic5kgj.com/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-243-5242 and ask for Amanda Jimerson. This will be a timed event but fun-runners, walkers, and “virtual” runners are welcome! The Atomic 5K run is being sponsored by Riverview Technology Corporation, JGMS, Impact Promotions, and many others local businesses.
9AM Atomic 5K Run/Walk
10AM-2PM Business Showcase FREE ENTRY
10:30 AM Atomic 5K Awards
11AM Kids Fun run FREE
Beginning at 10:00 the Business Showcase will open – no charge for entry! The Showcase includes tenant and alumni booths (food, products, services, and more), a Beer Garden (Kannah Creek beer and Whitewater Hill wines for sale), free live music (Flat Top Reed), Bump & Jump, tours of the campus, a Kid’s Fun Run and other children’s activities, and more! The Business Showcase is being sponsored by Alpine Bank and Hilltop Community Resources as well as other local businesses.
Both events are open to the public. Bring the whole family and enjoy the beautiful campus, meet some great local small business owners, and help support Entrepreneurship and Small Business. All proceeds support entrepreneurship in Mesa County! The media is encouraged to attend.
The Business Incubator Center serves a mission to support the launch, growth, stabilization and long-term success of business enterprises. We measure success by our ability to guide entrepreneurs through sound business decisions and our positive influence on economic growth in the region. Over our 30 year history, this structure has generated powerful results, including the launch of nearly 300 companies, generation of more than $165 million in revenue by these companies, creation of approximately 10,000 jobs, and the investment of over $53.7 million in capital.