After weeks of secrecy, metro Denver economic-development officials this week will finally reveal some of the details of the area's joint bid for Inc.'s second headquarters.

Some, but not all.

J.J. Ament -- CEO of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp., which submitted the bid for "Amazon HQ2" -- said there has been so much interest in the region's pitch that he will release some details Thursday at the agency's executive committee board meeting.

The Seattle-based internet retailer giant (Nasdaq: AMZN) launched its contest for a $5 billion, 50,000-employee HQ2 in September. Amazon asked North American cities and states to submit bids for the campus including infrastructure data, demographics and potential subsidies.

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