By Beth Buehler Colorado’s capital city, Denver, and nearby towns along the Front Range offer couples an amazing array of wedding reception venue choices along with 300 days of beautiful sunshine annually. Truly Unique In Loveland, brides and grooms can get “Married in the Sweetheart City, Loveland, Colorado” stamped on their marriage license and celebrate… Read more »
By Beth Buehler The destination wedding day is approaching and decisions need to be made. One thing that is totally agreed upon is that both bride and groom are looking for beyond-the-norm nuptials. The bride wants to walk through a field of wildflowers, no problem. The groom wants local craft beer at the reception, check. You… Read more »
By Deana Mitchell, CMP, DMCP Colorful Colorado is home to numerous unique venues to create memorable experiences for meeting and event attendees. Here are a few of my personal favorites for planning distinct gatherings for groups. Gateway Canyons, located on the Western Slope in Gateway, was created by John Hendricks, founder of the Discovery Channel…. Read more »
By Jean Tally Brides looking for a unique venue are discovering that Colorado boasts an abundance of romantic vineyard settings, especially on the Western Slope. While some planners might look to distant locales, they can find all the picturesque charm of wine country right here in Colorado for a fraction of the cost and with… Read more »
By Beth Buehler Colorado is welcoming several exciting new attraction, activity and accommodations offerings of interest to incentive travel planners looking for something unique to schedule for top performers, clients and anyone involved in this type of meetings program. Attractions Host a beautiful welcome or closing dinner or reception at the Denver Zoo surrounded by… Read more »
By Beth Buehler The culinary scene for meetings in Colorado is simmering with new ideas, fresh and local ingredients, inviting and innovative locations and chefs who are pushing the envelope and coming out from behind the kitchen doors to interact with groups. Colorado also is sizzling with new restaurants and concepts like Denver’s The Source,… Read more »
By Beth Buehler So you have a meeting in Colorado to plan, not just any meeting or corporate-type gathering, but a fairly large one. The task may feel daunting but there are many partners available to help make the logistics go smoothly.
By Allison Grassetti, CMP When one thinks of corporate meetings or events, visions of drab boardrooms with minimal light, the same old lunch spread and hours of lectures typically come to mind. This doesn’t exactly paint a picture of an environment or agenda that inspires a team to think differently, be more creative or walk… Read more »
By Hannah LaForest It is no surprise that the craft beer industry in Colorado is here to stay. The eclectic brews, following fans and exciting events that bring folks of all backgrounds together is compelling. Greeley is no different in that we have a growing craft beer industry sure to impress any group who visits…. Read more »
By Beth Buehler What comes to mind when you think of mountain lodges? Visions of comfy couches and a fireplace in the lobby, large windows with stunning mountain views, outdoor fun right out the front and back doors, an outdoor hot tub and starry nights dance in my head.