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After serving as director of business development for Iconic Adventures, Eli Campbell has launched Sentio Cycling in Steamboat Springs (and also does events nationally). The company develops, produces and supports cycling tours for charity fundraisers and corporate events, working with all types of groups, from the most passionate of cyclists to those who have barely been on bikes since their childhood days. Sentio takes a cycling-specific approach to producing events that promote team-building organically through shared experiences, such as the positive encouragement needed to get every rider to the top of a challenging hill and the sense of overall accomplishment while enjoying a post-ride beverage. 

Colorado properties, suppliers, and meeting and event planners gather each year at Destination Colorado’s Front Range Trade Show, held this year on Dec. 1 at EXDO Event Center in Denver. The organization’s annual meeting and awards were held immediately before the show. 

 

It’s back, the National Association of Catering & Events Denver Chapter’s annual holiday mixer, Naughty or NACE held on Dec. 13. Attendees were encouraged to take the recently added commuter rail line to the year-old The Westin Denver International Airport for holiday cocktails, food, entertainment and the opportunity to toast the end of the year in style. 

 

Recently, the Colorado Meeting + Events editorial advisory board shared musings about the state of the meetings and events industry in Colorado. This annual conversation with industry pros from around the state is always thought-provoking, candid and a back-and-forth about challenges and opportunities. One key topic was what differentiates Colorado from other states.

The advisory board concluded that many times, getting a group outside in Colorado’s fresh air and beautiful surroundings can be just what the meeting productivity doctor ordered.