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    • 28 Jun 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 200 W 14th Avenue Grand Mesa Room, Second Floor Denver, CO 80204

    Now that the ordinance deadline has passed (June 1st), the city has allowed for a 90 day grace period that ends September 1st. During this grace period, The City of Denver is offering more trainings to the public to help get them successfully onto Portfolio Manager and submitted to the city.

    These courses are presented by The City of Denver, and if you have any questions getting your building(s) submitted, please direct them to the help line at 844-536-4528 or email energizedenver@denvergov.org.


    If you can't make this one, maybe one of these will fit your schedule:

    Training - July 12th

    Jam: July 20th

    Training: July 27th 

    Training: August 9th 

    Jam: August 16th


    Training Session Agenda
    • 8:30| Light breakfast and coffee
    • 8:45 | Introductions and Overview of the Energy Benchmarking Ordinance
    • 9:00 | ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager: How to Benchmark a building
    • 10:15 | Xcel Energy: How to automatically upload monthly energy bill data to Portfolio Manager
    • 10:45| Report to the City: How to submit your annual report to the City to comply.
    • 11:00 | Q&A


    Jam Session Objectives

    • Establish an account in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and enter information about your building(s), including the Denver Building ID
    • Set-up auto-upload of utility usage data with Xcel Energy.
    • Analyze your energy use to identify opportunities for increased performance.
    • Determine eligibility to achieve ENERGY STAR® certification.
    • Set clear performance goals in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® for your buildings' energy use.
    • Submit your benchmarking report to the City and County of Denver to comply with the new benchmarking ordinance.
    • Light snacks, refreshments and coffee will be served.
    • 12 Jul 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 200 W 14th Avenue Grand Mesa Room, Second Floor Denver, CO 80204

    Now that the ordinance deadline has passed (June 1st), the city has allowed for a 90 day grace period that ends September 1st. During this grace period, The City of Denver is offering more trainings to the public to help get them successfully onto Portfolio Manager and submitted to the city.

    These courses are presented by The City of Denver, and if you have any questions getting your building(s) submitted, please direct them to the help line at 844-536-4528 or email energizedenver@denvergov.org.


    If you can't make this one, maybe one of these will fit your schedule:

    Jam: July 20th

    Training: July 27th 

    Training: August 9th 

    Jam: August 16th


    Training Session Agenda
    • 8:30| Light breakfast and coffee
    • 8:45 | Introductions and Overview of the Energy Benchmarking Ordinance
    • 9:00 | ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager: How to Benchmark a building
    • 10:15 | Xcel Energy: How to automatically upload monthly energy bill data to Portfolio Manager
    • 10:45| Report to the City: How to submit your annual report to the City to comply.
    • 11:00 | Q&A


    Jam Session Objectives

    • Establish an account in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and enter information about your building(s), including the Denver Building ID
    • Set-up auto-upload of utility usage data with Xcel Energy.
    • Analyze your energy use to identify opportunities for increased performance.
    • Determine eligibility to achieve ENERGY STAR® certification.
    • Set clear performance goals in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® for your buildings' energy use.
    • Submit your benchmarking report to the City and County of Denver to comply with the new benchmarking ordinance.
    • Light snacks, refreshments and coffee will be served.
    • 20 Jul 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • 200 W 14th Avenue Grand Mesa Room, Second Floor Denver, CO 80204

    Now that the ordinance deadline has passed (June 1st), the city has allowed for a 90 day grace period that ends September 1st. During this grace period, The City of Denver is offering more trainings to the public to help get them successfully onto Portfolio Manager and submitted to the city.

    These courses are presented by The City of Denver, and if you have any questions getting your building(s) submitted, please direct them to the help line at 844-536-4528 or email energizedenver@denvergov.org.



    If you can't make this one, maybe one of these will fit your schedule:

    Training: July 27th 

    Training: August 9th 

    Jam: August 16th


    Training Session Agenda
    • 8:30| Light breakfast and coffee
    • 8:45 | Introductions and Overview of the Energy Benchmarking Ordinance
    • 9:00 | ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager: How to Benchmark a building
    • 10:15 | Xcel Energy: How to automatically upload monthly energy bill data to Portfolio Manager
    • 10:45| Report to the City: How to submit your annual report to the City to comply.
    • 11:00 | Q&A


    Jam Session Objectives

    • Establish an account in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and enter information about your building(s), including the Denver Building ID
    • Set-up auto-upload of utility usage data with Xcel Energy.
    • Analyze your energy use to identify opportunities for increased performance.
    • Determine eligibility to achieve ENERGY STAR® certification.
    • Set clear performance goals in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® for your buildings' energy use.
    • Submit your benchmarking report to the City and County of Denver to comply with the new benchmarking ordinance.
    • Light snacks, refreshments and coffee will be served.
    • 20 Jul 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Hacienda Colorado: 4100 E Mexico Ave, Denver, CO 80222


    • 27 Jul 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • 200 W 14th Avenue Grand Mesa Room, Second Floor Denver, CO 80204

    Now that the ordinance deadline has passed (June 1st), the city has allowed for a 90 day grace period that ends September 1st. During this grace period, The City of Denver is offering more trainings to the public to help get them successfully onto Portfolio Manager and submitted to the city.

    These courses are presented by The City of Denver, and if you have any questions getting your building(s) submitted, please direct them to the help line at 844-536-4528 or email energizedenver@denvergov.org.


    If you can't make this one, maybe one of these will fit your schedule:

    Training: August 9th 

    Jam: August 16th


    Training Session Agenda
    • 8:30| Light breakfast and coffee
    • 8:45 | Introductions and Overview of the Energy Benchmarking Ordinance
    • 9:00 | ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager: How to Benchmark a building
    • 10:15 | Xcel Energy: How to automatically upload monthly energy bill data to Portfolio Manager
    • 10:45| Report to the City: How to submit your annual report to the City to comply.
    • 11:00 | Q&A


    Jam Session Objectives

    • Establish an account in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and enter information about your building(s), including the Denver Building ID
    • Set-up auto-upload of utility usage data with Xcel Energy.
    • Analyze your energy use to identify opportunities for increased performance.
    • Determine eligibility to achieve ENERGY STAR® certification.
    • Set clear performance goals in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® for your buildings' energy use.
    • Submit your benchmarking report to the City and County of Denver to comply with the new benchmarking ordinance.
    • Light snacks, refreshments and coffee will be served.
    • 29 Jul 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • General's Park, Fitzsimons Campus: 1561 N. Quentin Street, Aurora, CO

    Join IREM Greater Denver for the 29th Annual Kid’s Cure a fun, family friendly day raising money and awareness for Brent’s Place!

    Brent’s Place is a home away from home for families coming to Denver for life-saving treatments. The event includes a family fun interactive walk, a pancake breakfast, community fair, live music, water zone and more. 

    To sign up follow the link https://www.kidscure.org/ and click “register now”.  Click “join a team” and type in IREM.  You will then have your own personal page to help raise funds for Kid’s Cure and have your funds go towards Team IREM’s overall goal.  

    Please contact Kristen Cummings kcummings@vestahm.com with questions.   

    • 09 Aug 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 200 W 14th Avenue Grand Mesa Room, Second Floor Denver, CO 80204

    Now that the ordinance deadline has passed (June 1st), the city has allowed for a 90 day grace period that ends September 1st. During this grace period, The City of Denver is offering more trainings to the public to help get them successfully onto Portfolio Manager and submitted to the city.

    These courses are presented by The City of Denver, and if you have any questions getting your building(s) submitted, please direct them to the help line at 844-536-4528 or email energizedenver@denvergov.org.


    If you can't make this one, maybe one of these will fit your schedule:

    Jam: August 16th


    Training Session Agenda
    • 8:30| Light breakfast and coffee
    • 8:45 | Introductions and Overview of the Energy Benchmarking Ordinance
    • 9:00 | ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager: How to Benchmark a building
    • 10:15 | Xcel Energy: How to automatically upload monthly energy bill data to Portfolio Manager
    • 10:45| Report to the City: How to submit your annual report to the City to comply.
    • 11:00 | Q&A


    Jam Session Objectives

    • Establish an account in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and enter information about your building(s), including the Denver Building ID
    • Set-up auto-upload of utility usage data with Xcel Energy.
    • Analyze your energy use to identify opportunities for increased performance.
    • Determine eligibility to achieve ENERGY STAR® certification.
    • Set clear performance goals in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® for your buildings' energy use.
    • Submit your benchmarking report to the City and County of Denver to comply with the new benchmarking ordinance.
    • Light snacks, refreshments and coffee will be served.
    • 16 Aug 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
    • 200 W 14th Avenue Grand Mesa Room, Second Floor Denver, CO 80204

    Now that the ordinance deadline has passed (June 1st), the city has allowed for a 90 day grace period that ends September 1st. During this grace period, The City of Denver is offering more trainings to the public to help get them successfully onto Portfolio Manager and submitted to the city.

    These courses are presented by The City of Denver, and if you have any questions getting your building(s) submitted, please direct them to the help line at 844-536-4528 or email energizedenver@denvergov.org.



    Training Session Agenda
    • 8:30| Light breakfast and coffee
    • 8:45 | Introductions and Overview of the Energy Benchmarking Ordinance
    • 9:00 | ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager: How to Benchmark a building
    • 10:15 | Xcel Energy: How to automatically upload monthly energy bill data to Portfolio Manager
    • 10:45| Report to the City: How to submit your annual report to the City to comply.
    • 11:00 | Q&A


    Jam Session Objectives

    • Establish an account in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® and enter information about your building(s), including the Denver Building ID
    • Set-up auto-upload of utility usage data with Xcel Energy.
    • Analyze your energy use to identify opportunities for increased performance.
    • Determine eligibility to achieve ENERGY STAR® certification.
    • Set clear performance goals in ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager® for your buildings' energy use.
    • Submit your benchmarking report to the City and County of Denver to comply with the new benchmarking ordinance.
    • Light snacks, refreshments and coffee will be served.
    • 18 Aug 2017
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Eddie Merlot's - 10110 E Dry Creek Rd, Centennial, CO 80112



    • 24 Aug 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Bar Louie: 8332 Northfield Blvd, Denver, CO 80238


    • 15 Sep 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Arrowhead Golf Club: 10850 Sundown Trail, Littleton, CO 80125

      To purchase a sponsorship and golf, register for one and select invoice on the payment screen. Re-enter the system and select the second option and when you get to the payment screen, all invoices will appear, and you can pay all at once.


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    And Most Of All...
    A Home for Sick Kiddos!




    Brent’s Place is the only “safe-clean” housing facility in the Rocky Mountain region approved by Children’s Hospital Colorado for patients with compromised immune systems.

    The average cost to support “safe-clean” housing is $93 per day, per family. Families that stay at Brent’s Place never pay a fee, no matter how long they need to stay.

     



    Click Here for Tournament Information
    Scramble - Rules - Games - & Everything Else

    Consider a Team Fun Package
    Of course you are going to want Mulligans, Ball Drop Entries, and String... Why not avoid the lines onsite and get a discount?

    4SOME - $700

    Four golfers with curbside bag drop, team golf carts, with two drink tickets, full breakfast, free snacks and non-alcoholic drinks all day on the green, lunch and two drawing prize tickets for each player.

    4SOME + Fun Package - $793
    (Best Value!)
    Team Fun Package includes 8 Team Mulligans, 4 Ball Drop Entries, 93" of String.

    2SOME - $350

    Two golfers with curbside bag drop, team golf cart, with two drink tickets, full breakfast, free snacks and non-alcoholic drinks all day on the green, lunch and two drawing prize tickets for each player.

    2SOME + Fun Package - $400
    (Best Value!)
    Team Fun Package includes 4 Team Mulligans, 2 Ball Drop Entries, 60" of String.

    SINGLE
    - $175
    One golfer with curbside bag drop, team golf cart,
    with two drink tickets, full breakfast, free snacks and non-alcoholic drinks all day on the green, lunch and
    two drawing prize tickets. Single golfers will be combined with others to create a foursome.

    SINGLE + Fun Package - $205
    Player package includes 2 Mulligans, 1 Ball Drop Entry,
    and 25" of String.

    Don't Forget about the
    "Best Dressed" Contest!

    Last year's winner set the bar high...
    will your team win this year?



    Each team plays in honor of a child that has stayed at Brent's Place while battling a life-threatening illness.
    Photos and Bios will be displayed on the team carts.




    All sponsors registered 10 days prior to the event will have their logo displayed on the Event Banner. The earlier a sponsor commits, the more likely they are to have their logo on printed material.

    Sponsorship does not include golf, but golf can be added.

    Sponsor Package Details

    Click here for Sponsor Notes

    Hole Sponsorship - $550
    Tea Box Signage; 2 Lunch Tickets; 4 Drawing Tickets; Breakfast; Golf Cart

    Contest or Hole in One holes are great for sponsors who plan to be onsite. These holes require our sponsors to be the witness.

    Hole Sponsors are responsible for bringing their own tables/chairs/tent, etc. and are encouraged to add games and prizes to engage golfers. Sponsors must arrange with Arrowhead to provide alcohol at the Hole no later than 7 business days prior to the event. Colorado Liquor Laws prohibit you from supplying alcohol at your hole. Arrowhead will provide staff to be at your hole and distribute.

    Putting Green or Driving Range Sponsor -
    $350

    Tea Box Signage

    These are great sponsorship opportunities for someone who is also golfing, and is not looking for a sponsorship opportunity that requires them to be at a hole.

    Beverage Cart Sponsor - $550
    (2 available)

    Signage on the Beverage Carts and Golf Cart
    Two Lunch Tickets; 4 Drawing Tickets, Breakfast

    This is a great sponsorship opportunity for someone who is not golfing, but likes to be on the course moving around. The Beverage Cart Sponsor will have a golf cart, separate from the Beverage Cart, and can distribute non-alcoholic beverages for the Beverage Cart, or drink tickets that can be purchased from Arrowhead in advance and handed out to golfers on the green. The Beverage cart can either follow the Arrowhead Beverage Cart, or strike out on their own. Purchase of drink tickets is optional, and in addition to the sponsorship rate.


    Breakfast or Lunch Sponsors -
    $550

    Tea Box Signage; 2 Lunch Tickets; 4 Drawing Tickets; Breakfast; Golf Cart

    Signage placed in the Clubhouse dining room. 

    These are great sponsorship opportunities for someone who is also golfing, and is not looking for a sponsorship opportunity that requires them to be at a hole.

    Breakfast is provided for golfers from 6AM - 7:30AM. Golfers can either sit down in the Clubhouse or grab a burrito and get onto the green. Breakfast Sponsor may also bring a stand alone marketing banner as well.

    Lunch is provided at the conclusion of the tournament and includes awards and drawing prizes. Lunch Sponsor may also bring a stand alone marketing banner as well.

    Registration Sponsor -
    $550
    Registration Table signage; Invitation to be at Registration to greet all guests

    This is a great sponsorship opportunity for someone who is also golfing, and is not looking for a sponsorship opportunity that requires them to be at a hole.

    Ball Drop Sponsor -
    $550
    Ball Drop Table signage; Tea Box signage at Ball Drop

    This is a great sponsorship opportunity for someone who is also golfing, and is not looking for a sponsorship opportunity that requires them to be at a hole.

    Marketing Sponsor -
    $500
    Poster with logo at event.

    This is a great sponsorship opportunity for someone who is also golfing, and is not looking for a sponsorship opportunity that requires them to be at a hole.

    • 28 Sep 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • The Ale House: 2501 16th St, Denver, CO 80211


    • 03 Oct 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Simpson Housing: 8110 E Union Ave #200, Denver, CO 80237


    • 20 Oct 2017
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Eddie Merlot's - 10110 E Dry Creek Rd, Centennial, CO 80112



    • 10 Nov 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Colorado Association of Realtors Bldg. 309 Inverness Way S | Englewood, CO 80112



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    Approved for 6 CE Credits

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    All IREM Courses are managed through IREM National

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    Logistics:

    Airport: Denver International Airport - 30 minutes from course/hotel location.

    Transportation: Denver is not a great Taxi city. Uber or Lyft is much more economical.

    Lodging: Homewood Suites, Courtyard Denver South/Park Meadows. Both hotels have shuttle service within 5 miles of the hotel and free parking.

    Course Parking: Free

    Food/Beverage: The Chapter provides water/coffee onsite. Attendees responsible for their own breakfast and lunch.

    There are many restaurants within just a few miles. Park Meadows Mall is just two miles away.

    • 17 Nov 2017
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Eddie Merlot's - 10110 E Dry Creek Rd, Centennial, CO 80112



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