March 4, 2011

Boulder County Business Hall of Fame to induct six

LONGMONT — Six businessmen will be inducted into the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame as the class of 2011 during its annual luncheon in April.

Bradley Emrick, John Fischer, John Flanders, Dan Gust, R. David Hoover and Dan Souders will be honored April 27 at the Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Longmont, the home of the hall of fame.

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Emrick co-founded BE Clean in Louisville in 1985. It now serves more than 100 locations from Fort Collins to North Denver.

Fischer is the president of Break Through Energy. He holds several directorships and advisory board positions including the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business.

Flanders graduated from CU’s law school and began practicing at the family law firm in 1970.

Gust, president of Gust Family Enterprises Inc., owns and operates Ace Hardware in Longmont, which he purchased in 1990.

Hoover retired as CEO of Broomfield-based Ball Corp. after more than 40 years with the company. He remains chairman of the board of directors for Ball Corp. and Ball Aerospace in Boulder.

Souders is the founder and owner of Western Disposal Services Inc. in Boulder. He has been a pioneer in introducing technology to waste hauling. In 2010 Western Disposal donated $500,000 to the community. Souders received the Entrepreneur of Distinction award from the Boulder Chamber.

Tickets cost $55 each. Tables cost $500. For information, visit www.halloffamebiz.org or call 303-651-6612.

LONGMONT — Six businessmen will be inducted into the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame as the class of 2011 during its annual luncheon in April.

Bradley Emrick, John Fischer, John Flanders, Dan Gust, R. David Hoover and Dan Souders will be honored April 27 at the Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Longmont, the home of the hall of fame.

Emrick co-founded BE Clean in Louisville in 1985. It now serves more than 100 locations from Fort Collins to North Denver.

Fischer is the president of Break Through Energy. He holds several directorships and advisory board positions including the University of Colorado’s…

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