Conejos County Chamber of Commerce
The Conejos County Chamber of Commerce is the only business organization in Conejos County focused on meeting the needs of our business community. Our Chamber of Commerce started in the 1990s as the Antonito Chamber of Commerce and as of 2009, it expanded to serve all of Conejos County and have reflected this move in the name of the organization.
As an all volunteer organization, we welcome the assistance of our local professionals in advancing the commercial, industrial and civic interests in our community.
Conejos County has 6 distinct settlements within the county and every settlement has thriving businesses. La Jara, Antonito, Manassa, Romeo, Sanford and Capulin all have centers of commerce while rural properties connecting these centers also offer light industrial, retail and service businesses. Agriculture, tourism and health care round out the economy of this busy county.
The Conejos County Chamber of Commerce's mission is to promote and support business throughout the county and provide a resource of business information.
Saturday, December 7th, 2013 - CANCELLED!!
DUE TO WINTER STORM WEATHER CONDITIONS IN THE MOUNTAINS, WE'VE HAD TO CANCEL THIS EVENT. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE YOU MAY HAVE BECAUSE OF THIS.
This year the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad will be hosting The Great Locomotive Swap! Rarely do we have the chance to run trains in the winter. Don't miss your chance to ride!
Quarterly General Membership Meeting of the Conejos County Chamber of Commerce
Conejos County Nursing Service
19023 Hwy 285
La Jara, CO
Join us for a special presentation:
"How Healthcare Reform Affects Your Business" presented by Donna Wehe, Hub coordinator for Health Coverage Guilds, SLV Health
Refreshments will be served.
Family owned and operated, El Vallecito, LLC is one of the Chambers newest members!Help us welcome El Vallecito and owners Rebecca and Ricardo Gutierrez by stopping by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. There is never a dull moment in this cozy restaurant. Lunches are busy; so don’t be surprised if there are a bunch of cars out front. Ricardo is quick in the kitchen and you won’t be waiting long. The menu contains a lot of local favorites, such as enchiladas, burritos, and burgers. Remember to ask what a Banana Burrito is. They are closed Sundays, but if you get there early enough Saturday, you can order Menudo. They also do catering. Give them a call at 274-0445 or stop by for one of their $3.99 breakfast specials.
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