Events, weather help drive September tourism

2nd September, 2016 by

By scott miller

EAGLE COUNTY — Summer is supposed to be over, at least according to the unofficial calendar that puts the season’s end at Labor Day. But September in the Vail Valley just keeps getting busier.Over the past several years, September’s lodging business in the Vail Valley has grown substantially. The Vail Valley Partnership, the valley’s regional chamber of commerce, has a reservations division and tracks lodging numbers across the upper valley. According to figures from that group, September’s lodging revenue now rivals that recorded in June.Partnership President Chris Romer said that September’s occupancy is actually a bit higher than June, but …

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