Colorado bursts into top 10 tourist-attracting states with record year

Colorado moved back into the top 10 tourist-drawing states in America for the first time in 22 years in 2016, as it set
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Colorado Springs saw record number of visitors in 2015, study finds

A stronger economy, efforts to improve air service and effective marketing combined to make 2015 a banner year for Pikes Pea
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Inside the Chamber column: Understanding the power of travel promotion

As a citizen of Glenwood Springs or the surrounding area you may wonder how all those tourists could possibly benefit you
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Colorado breaks tourism record with 77.7 million visitors spending $19.1 billion

For the fifth year in a row, Colorado hosted a record number of tourists who have left a record amount of cash
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Denver attracts record 16.4 million visitors in 2015

Visitors to Denver in 2015 came from farther away, stayed longer, spent more and showed up in greater numbers — 16.4 million, to be exact
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Record 16.4 million tourists spent $5 billion in Denver last year

Denver hosted 16.4 million overnight visitors, who spent $5 billion, in 2015. That’s 1 million more visitors than the previous
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The halo effect of tourism

It is a common myth that tourism marketing promotes only tourism. In a recent study of tourism campaigns in nine states, the research firm of Longwoods Internationa
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Debunking myths about tourism

In my recent journeys around Colorado, I’ve been surprised at how poor information can take on a life of its own – and even gain traction as a widely
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Is the Price of Oil Affecting the Pagosa Springs Economy?

Recently I was part of a discussion group that was looking at the present and future impact of reduced oil prices on the economy of So
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Tourism tax examined

Tourism leaders point to Colorado, which lost an estimated $2.4B in visitation following tax defeat Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing series regarding the 1 perce
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