These four sponsors, and more to come, represent a large number of employers and employees in a range of industries across our state. Together, hundreds of thousand of Coloradans have an important stake in the future of our state’s automobile industry.
Headquartered in Denver, CADA merged with the Metro Denver Auto Dealers Association (MDADA) in 2009. MDADA was founded in 1914 while CADA was founded in 1933. Today, CADA represents 260 new car and truck dealers throughout the state and advocates for issues important to the industry including the state’s goal of reducing vehicle emissions. CADA also provides intellectual leadership on industry issues before the public, the Colorado General Assembly, various state and federal regulatory agencies, city councils, the United States Congress and news media.
CACI is the only business association that works to improve the business climate for all sizes of business from a statewide, multi-industry perspective. What CACI accomplishes is good for all businesses, and that’s good for the state’s economy. The Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry was created in 1965 based on the merger of the Colorado Chamber of Commerce and the Colorado Manufacturers’ Association. As a private, non-profit organization, CACI’s work is funded solely by its members.
Since 1939, The Colorado Motor Carriers Association has been the Voice of Trucking in Colorado. We are a driving force in promoting the interests of trucking, affecting change, and improving our member’s bottom line. CMCA provides a solid pro-trucking representation to State, Local, and Federal government and has a consistent and positive working relationship with regulatory and legislative bodies.
CAWG is a voluntary membership association that represents its dues paying members at the state legislature and Congress at the national level and provides other special programs and benefits. Our goal is to provide the state’s wheat producers with representation at the state and federal levels of government while keeping you updated on the issues that may affect Colorado wheat.