In 1992 the Harvest House Hotel (now the Millennium Harvest House Hotel) brought together leaders across Boulder County and formed and sponsored an organization called the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame.
Since 1992, the organization has inducted over 100 individuals into the Hall of Fame. Each year outstanding business men and women are nominated by their peers from all over Boulder County and a volunteer ten-member Board of Directors elects six new individuals to become members of the Hall of Fame.
Jerry W. Lewis, Jeff Schott, Lou DellaCava, Dick Herring, Jerry Lee, William Boettcher and Jay Elowsky make up the hall’s Class of 2009.
The group will be honored at the 17th annual induction luncheon to be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, April 30, at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Longmont, home of the Hall of Fame.
The hall recognizes businessmen and women who have and continue to exemplify business, cultural and philanthropic achievements that serve as the foundation of communities in the county.
Reservations for the luncheon are $55 each and $550 for a corporate table of 10. To make reservations or purchase a table go online to www.halloffamebiz.com, or contact Fred Kreider at 303-229-3582.
Elowsky has been owner and manager of Pasta Jay’s Restaurants for 20 years using family recipes to create “food fit for a king!” Elowsky is a huge supporter of the University of Colorado, including all sports programs, along with public schools, organizations and the community around him.