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Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Colorado Tourism Office to conduct eight statewide public input sessions to create the Colorado Tourism Roadmap

Here's opening excerpt from the May 26 press release by the Colorado Tourism Office:

The Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) will host eight public input sessions in cities, mountain towns and the plains in the coming weeks to gain insight into opportunities to maximize the benefit of tourism for communities throughout Colorado.

These sessions are the starting point for an eight-month project to develop the Colorado Tourism Roadmap, a statewide strategic plan for Colorado's tourism industry. Anyone with a stake in the future of Colorado tourism, including community leaders and elected officials, is invited to attend and participate in the facilitated discussions.

Click here to read the rest of the press release.

For more info about Colorado Tourism Office or for most up-to-date information and details about the public input sessions, please visit http://industry.colorado.com


In 2014, Colorado set all-time records welcoming 71.3 million visitors to the state who spent $18.6 billion and generated $1.1 billion in tax revenue.

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