Jeremy Bloom To Keynote Boulder Chamber Award Dinner

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January 25, 2012
BOULDER, January 23, 2012 – The Boulder Chamber’s Award Dinner on Thursday, March 15th at the University Memorial Center, CU Boulder, will feature an entrepreneur in both the technological and non profit world.
Jeremy Bloom’s legacy began at the University of Colorado where he was an All-American Football Player, a title  which earned him a position in the NFL as a Philadelphia Eagle and then a Pittsburgh Steeler.  It is worthy to note that Jeremy was not only an NFL football player but simultaneously a two-time Olympic skier.  During his skiing career he was a three-time World Champion as well as an eleven-time World Cup gold medalist in freestyle mogul skiing. 
Jeremy also created a name for himself in the business when he launched Integrate.com in May of 2010. Integrate is a soup-to-nuts solution for multi-channel performance advertising. The boulder based venture firm Foundry Group funded the startup and integrate won Best New Company at the 2011 American Business Awards. The company now has 132 employees and offices in Denver, Scottsdale and New York City. 
 Jeremy considers his greatest accomplishment to be his non-profit, the Wish of a Lifetime Charity created in memory of his grandmother.  This non-profit grants lifelong wishes to 80, 90 and 100+ year old people.
The Boulder Chamber Award Dinner will recognize eight outstanding business people and organizations that have demonstrated leadership and have made noteworthy contributions to our business community.
For more information contact Jan Berg at jan.berg@boulderchamber.com or call 303-786-8076
Jan Berg, Events Director

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