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Adam Dubroff joins Ridgway Chamber Board of Directors

The Ridgway Area Chamber of Commerce (RACC) welcomed Adam Dubroff to the Board of Directors at its April Board Meeting. Dubroff brings his specialized knowledge of the hospitality industry and local lodging market to the chamber, to support its marketing activities and understanding of the needs of the area’s business community.

Adam Dubroff and his wife, Karen, have lived in Ridgway since 2000. They have enjoyed raising their son, Jacob, here, and he is now finishing his junior year at Ridgway High School. Adam is the managing partner of the Ridgway Lodge and Star Saloon, and has worked part-time for the Telluride Ski Resort in a variety of capacities over the past 10 years. He is President of the Ridgway Booster Club, and has been an active supporter of the Ridgway youth basketball programs. When not quarantined, Adam enjoys being in the mountains, spending time with his family and friends, coaching youth basketball, and playing an occasional round of golf.

“Over the course of my 30-plus year career in the hospitality industry, I’ve work with multiple community chambers, convention, visitor, and tourism organizations across the United States. Based on those experiences, I hope to share my perspectives and help build on the RACC successes to increase the year-round commerce in the Ridgway community. I believe the immediate RACC challenge is to help our business community develop a strategic and sustainable response to the COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.

The Ridgway Area Chamber of Commerce is organized to achieve the objectives of promoting business and community growth and development in the Town of Ridgway and the surrounding area. The chamber manages the town’s tourism website, markets local businesses through many channels, and operates the Ridgway Visitors Center. Due to the pandemic, the Visitor Center’s opening date for this year has not been set. The chamber board and staff have scaled back activities to stay within the decreased budget, and are concentrating on supporting local businesses with information resources and marketing their changing hours and services as a result of the pandemic and public health orders. For more information, visit