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Loveland Reporter-Herald: Colorado Chamber looking for Coolest Thing Made in Colorado

The Colorado Chamber of Commerce will take nominations though Aug. 21 for its second annual Coolest Thing Made in Colorado contest.

The statewide, community-driven competition is designed to celebrate the state’s vibrant manufacturing industry, according to a news release.

“The Coolest Thing contest presents an exceptional chance for manufacturers across Colorado’s diverse regions to put their best creations on display and we encourage nominations of local products from the Western Slope to compete for the title of Coolest Thing Made in Colorado,” Colorado Chamber President and CEO Loren Furman said in the release. “Our state boasts a remarkable array of innovative manufacturing companies, and we take great pride in spotlighting the impressive products crafted right here in Colorado.”

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