State, local tourism campaigns work together

By scott miller

EAGLE COUNTY — Think of Colorado as a big house. Tourists come to the front door, then have to decide which rooms to visit — Vail or Crested Butte, or Estes Park or Manitou Springs. In 2014, Colorado’s house was bustling, and plenty of people visited our room.A recent report by the Colorado Tourism Office indicates that 2014 was a record year for tourism in the state. Both visitor numbers and spending hit new highs — 71.3 million visitors spent $18.6 billion, which resulted in $1.1 billion in sales tax revenue.A good number of those visitors came to Eagle County …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed