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Colorado Technology Association’s Wine Tasting Event a Success

Thursday, October 17, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Selina Sandoval
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Date: 10/17/2013

Contact:Selina Sandoval

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Colorado Technology Association’s Wine Tasting Event a Success

Denver – October 17, 2013- Colorado Technology Association (CTA) held its 9th Annual Wine Tasting event last night. With almost 500 attendees, the wine was flowing, connections were being made and the room was buzzing with excitement.

This year’s 9th Annual Wine Tasting was held at the McNichols Building in Civic Center on October 16, 2013. A total of 9 wineries participated in the event including: Augistina’s Winery, Bad Bitch Cellars, Bonacquisti Wine Company, Bookcliff Vineyards, Cottonwood Cellars, Kingman Wines, Two Rivers Winery and Chateau, Verso Cellars and Water 2 Wine.

"We want to create events where there is a balance of fun and business. The amount of networking at the Wine Tasting was overwhelming,” said CTA CEO Erik Mitisek. "The people were perfect, the wine was perfect, the music was perfect, the evening was perfect.”

Colorado Technology Association asked attendees to bring school supplies needed for at-risk students for OpenWorld Learning (OWL). OpenWorld Learning provides innovative technology and leadership program to approximately 500 students throughout Metro-Denver. OWL collected so many supplies, they needed help to their car and called the night a success.

Thank you to our sponsors, Cooley, Hein, Latisys and ReadyTalk for helping make this night unforgettable. Check out pictures from our event! 

About the Colorado Technology Association

The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) represents Colorado’s $49.6 billion technology industry, one of the fastest growing sectors in the state. Colorado ranked second for its high-tech business concentration and the nine-county metro region ranked tenth out of the 50 largest metro areas in software employment concentration.Since 1994, Colorado Technology Association has provided a voice for technology professionals in legislative issues and public policy. The Association provides more than 50 programs, events and connections to support the industry.CTA's membership includes 500 Colorado companies from startup to enterprise.For more information


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