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AEG deal results in new name, more events for World Arena

AEG deal results in new name, more events for World Arena

The Colorado Springs World Arena and the Anschutz Entertainment Group have inked a deal that will result in renaming the landmark venue, as well as bringing new events to town. The entertainment and sports venue will revert to its former moniker, Broadmoor World Arena, representatives from the arena and AEG Facilities announced Tuesday. AEG acquired… Continue Reading AEG deal results in new name, more events for World Arena

Broadmoor to buy Seven Falls

The Broadmoor announced Friday it will buy the Seven Falls attraction, known as “Colorado’s Grandest Mile of Scenery,” located in Colorado Springs. The purchase includes the falls, the surrounding canyon, and 1,300 acres of adjoining property from the Hill Family. “The Hill family is pleased to have Seven Falls in the hands of The Broadmoor… Continue Reading Broadmoor to buy Seven Falls

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Broadmoor to sponsor Hill Climb

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Broadmoor to sponsor Hill Climb

The Broadmoor signed a three-year agreement making it the title sponsor of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, the PPIHC announced Thursday. “It’s significant as well, since the founder of The Broadmoor, Spencer Penrose, created the first Pikes Peak Hill Climb in 1916, two years before he opened the hotel,” said a news release announcing… Continue Reading Broadmoor to sponsor Hill Climb

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Broadmoor swings top golf resort in North America

The Broadmoor has been named No. 1 golf resort in North America by Golf magazine. More than 8,000 readers voted on four criteria, including golf, lodging, food & drink, and service, landing the Broadmoor in top position. Last year, Links magazine named the Broadmoor one of 25 Best Golf Resorts in the World, and the… Continue Reading Broadmoor swings top golf resort in North America

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Some years begin with little fanfare or anticipation, just a fresh outlook and a clean plate. But something about the arrival of 2014 feels different. In part, it’s knowing that the year will be automatically eventful, thanks to the scheduled elections in June (party primaries) and November (general). But it’s also based on Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Looking into the crystal ball for 2014

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City for Champions deserves full support

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Mayor Steve Bach’s City for Champions is a big idea that deserves broad-based community support. Colorado Springs is graced by having a number of world-class institutions located in its midst. The City for Champions concept arises from the well-placed belief that Colorado Springs should embrace and incorporate its world-class assets into its public identity, personality… Continue Reading City for Champions deserves full support

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At Aspen Pointe’s sixth annual Heroes of Mental Health Luncheon on Tuesday, wounded warrior Justin Widhalm will give the keynote address at The Broadmoor’s International Center. Medically retired from the Army, Widhalm has been able to participate in programs such as the USOC Paralympic Military & Veteran Programs, the United Service Organizations’ Ride2Recovery and the Warrior Games.… Continue Reading Wounded warrior keynotes Heroes of Mental Health luncheon

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Anschutz: Business icon making his mark on Colorado Springs

Why write about Philip Anschutz? His ownership of The Broadmoor, The Gazette and other rumored or potential business ventures in the Pikes Peak region makes him a natural subject ­— but that’s not even the tip of the iceberg. Anschutz is to business what Babe Ruth is to baseball, John Elway to football, Michael Jordan… Continue Reading Anschutz: Business icon making his mark on Colorado Springs

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Energy Summit coming to The Broadmoor

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There will be a lot of energy at The Broadmoor come April. The resort will be the host hotel of the Fifth Annual Global New Energy and Manufacturing Summit, and experts from around the world are expected to discuss key energy disciplines of science, industry, policy and finance. Dr. Dan Arvizu, director and CEO of… Continue Reading Energy Summit coming to The Broadmoor

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Back in 1923, Spencer Penrose bought a 16-acre camp in Pike National Forest, eight miles from his beloved Broadmoor, and built some cabins there to create an outdoor vacation experience. He planned to sell memberships, but instead had a great time entertaining his friends for summer getaways. He called his personal retreat Camp Vigil. In… Continue Reading Penrose’s getaway to be a Broadmoor destination

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