December 3, 2009

Cornay to direct Business Hall of Fame

LONGMONT – Stacy Cornay, owner of Communication Concepts Public Relations & Advertising in Longmont, has been appointed interim executive director for the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame.

Cornay replaces Fred Kreider who resigned at the end of November.

 “I’m thrilled to be able to work with the Business Hall of Fame. It is a dynamic organization, and the people involved have done so much to make Boulder County the wonderful place that it is today,” Cornay said in a statement. “I worked with the group several years ago and have since attended all of the events because I find it so inspirational.”

James Unger, president of the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame, said, “We thank Fred for the work that he did on behalf of the organization and wish him well in his future endeavors.

“We are looking forward to working closely with Stacy. She brings to the table not only expertise in public relations and communication but also her knowledge of the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame and her extensive community contacts.”

The Business Hall of Fame’s mission is to research, document and recommend for induction into the Hall of Fame those individuals who have been instrumental, through business-related efforts, in providing direction, energy and support to the shaping of Boulder County since its inception. The permanent display is located at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center at 1900 Ken Pratt Boulevard.

Nominations are being solicited for the 2010 Hall of Fame class. The deadline for submitting nominations is Jan. For forms, contact Cornay at scornay@indra.com or by calling 303-651-6612. Inductees will be recognized at an April 29 celebration.

LONGMONT – Stacy Cornay, owner of Communication Concepts Public Relations & Advertising in Longmont, has been appointed interim executive director for the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame.

Cornay replaces Fred Kreider who resigned at the end of November.

 “I’m thrilled to be able to work with the Business Hall of Fame. It is a dynamic organization, and the people involved have done so much to make Boulder County the wonderful place that it is today,” Cornay said in a statement. “I worked with the group several years ago and have since attended all of the events because I find it so…

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