Governor’s Minority Business Awards 2020 Winners Announced

DENVER – The 2020 Governor’s Minority Business Award recipients have been announced. The award honors for-profit, minority-owned businesses who have contributed to the economic diversity and success of minority communities in Colorado. 

Businesses are categorized between four geographic regions in Colorado, each of the four corners. The awards are given in four business size categories: micro, small, medium and large. An additional award is given to recognize a for-profit, non-minority-owned business that strongly supports the minority-owned business community in Colorado.

The four regions of Colorado with one in each corner of state


Micro (1-5 full-time employees)
Region 1: Project of Hope Mesa County
Region 2: Manos Emprendedoras
Region 3: Juanita’s Burritos
Region 4: Good Life Girls

Small (6-12 full-time employees)
Region 2: Raíces Brewing Company
Region 3: Albuja Law, LLC
Region 4: ProSafe Professional Linens, Inc/dba ProSafe Products

Medium (13-50 full-time employees)
Region 1: McQueen Hospitality
Region 2: Mexico City Lounge
Region 2: From Skratch, LLC
Region 3: Skyline Hospitality
Region 4: Altitude Technologies

Large (51+ full-time employees)
Region 2: St. Andrews Construction Group
Region 3: Southeast Colorado Hospital District
Region 4: JG Management Systems

Non-Minority-Owned Business Awardee
JZ Painting and Construction

In order to be eligible for the award, businesses must be at least 51% owned by a minority, woman, veteran, disabled and/or LGBTQ individual. The business must also be in good standing with the Colorado Secretary of State, be a Colorado-based business and/or have physical location in Colorado and have a history of revenue generation of at least 12 months. 

View Governor Polis' video address:

View the Governor's Minority Business Awards Day official proclamation.