• Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     
  • Event Snapshots: Destination Colorado Photo Safari

     
    FROM THE Winter 2016 ISSUE
     

For its 13th annual Customer Appreciation Event, Destination Colorado put a new lens on with a Photo Safari held in Estes Park. An evening reception was hosted by The Stanley Hotel, followed by breakfast hosted by the YMCA of the Rockies and Estes Park, a photo safari in Rocky Mountain National Park (with tips and tricks provided earlier by Erik Stensland), box lunches sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Park Inn and Boulder CVB, and 100th Birthday party for the park at Prospect Inn on the following day.

It’s that time of year when groups are readying plans for holiday events, and employers are looking at how to celebrate their teams. In the fall 2022 issue of Colorado Meetings + Events, we looked at the state of holiday gatherings and found that they indeed are on the rebound. Some gatherings are going big after two years of not getting together or generally scaling back, while others are opting for in-office parties, small dinners, or community service projects. 

 

Here are the latest career changes for movers and shakers in the meetings and events and hospitality industries in the Centennial State.

 

Brady Johnson, a former member of the U.S. Ski Team, now balances time between C Lazy U Ranch, Destination Colorado, his family and the ski slopes. 

While most people retire just once in their lifetime, C Lazy U Ranch’s Brady Johnson wants to retire three or four times. 

“I think that’s the fun part about life. Find something new, chase a goal and accomplish it, and then find something even more fun and exciting that aligns with what you’re doing with your life at the time,” says Johnson.