Press Release: Justin Vicory for Arvada City Council District 3


Justin Vicory is running for Arvada City Council to represent District 3. Justin is the second generation of his family to call Arvada home. An Arvada small business owner, and father of children in Arvada schools, Justin’s commitment to the community runs deep. Justin’s community involvement extends beyond running a successful small business and raising a family. Justin serves as a volunteer board member of the Historic Olde Town Arvada association, as well as volunteering his leadership skills regionally as the President of the Original Shopping Districts organization, which represents historic districts around metro Denver such as Downtown Golden, Downtown Littleton and Olde Town Arvada.

Mr. Vicory graduated from Colorado State University. Mr. Vicory served as Senator for the Associated Students of CSU, and as the President of his university college council. While attending CSU, Justin volunteered to serve on the Finance Committee, where he displayed leadership in overseeing a large organization’s budget.

Following his undergraduate work, Vicory commuted from Arvada as he worked for Coors, and then for an independent consulting firm in Boulder. Justin holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado.

Justin Vicory and his wife are the proud owners of The Wedding Seamstress in Olde Town Arvada. Today this small business brings over 1,000 brides a year to the Olde Town area to utilize their services, and also to shop with their friends and family. The Vicory’s are proud of their four children, three of which are enrolled in Arvada schools.

For more information on Justin Vicory please visit, or for more personal contact feel free to email him at

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One Response to Press Release: Justin Vicory for Arvada City Council District 3

  1. Kiljan, John says:

    This is a pingback reply to the Justin Vicory announcement.  I always wonder where these messages go and this is a way to try and check.  –John

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