Eagle Valley's Winter Wonderland
Find out the true story behind some of the industry's unique professions and the people who somehow pull them off in style.
Tap into Colorado's burgeoning beer and wine scene for gatherings with a local touch.
The National Association of Catering and Events and Rocky Mountain Professional Convention Management had a “Just Between Friends” meeting on April 9 at the Marriott City Center in Denver. A panel of industry experts from both chapters discussed planner and supplier communication.
The Denver International Airport corridor has taken off with hotels, restaurants and conference centers.
In Colorado's diverse landscape, travelers find themselves with a plethora of intimate, rustic, agrarian, mountain and lakeside inns. However, many small properties are not able to afford groups the space and privacy needed to host retreats, meetings and largerscale events. We have come up with five incredible options that are truly outside the corporate cubicle.
Della Terra Mountain Chateau, Estes Park
The MIC Educational Conference and Trade Show not only elevated attendance numbers, it showed how shaking up tradition can skyrocket energy and enthusiasm for all involved.
The Fis Alpine World Ski Championships has been to the United States three times in the last 26 years (1989, 1999 and 2015), and Epicurean Sports (a division of Epicurean Group) and our CEO, Larry Dipasquale, have been on-site to provide food and beverage services to thousands at the race finish line.
Even after 30 years working in meetings and events, Bruce and Donna Horii find plenty of motivation in what they do.
“We both have a passion for the mountain lifestyle, Colorado as a state and Breckenridge as a home base; I think that kind of shows through to our guests and clients,” says Bruce, director of sales and marketing at Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center in Breckenridge for the past 15 years.