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More than 100 leading travel experts will be in Colorado Springs this week to discuss the biggest trends in the U.S. travel and tourism industry. The U.S. Travel Association will hold its summer board of directors meeting at The Broadmoor  starting July 27. “We are focused on two things: one is getting folks up to… Continue Reading Travel experts convene in Colorado Springs, discuss tourism

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GE Johnson construction company CEO Jim Johnson knows that many subcontractors working on his projects don’t offer health insurance to their employees. Broadmoor hotel CEO Steve Bartolin recognizes the same issue — part-time, seasonal workers in the hospitality industry don’t get health insurance through work. That’s why both companies give money to Peak Vista Community… Continue Reading Uninsured-workers’ needs prompt support for Peak Vista

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Behind the scenes at the symposium that’s about to swallow The Broadmoor Two years ago, a fire in one of the outdoor display tents nearly derailed the largest non-sporting event in Colorado Springs, the annual Space Symposium. Last year, a high-tech robot snarfed up most of The Broadmoor’s Wi-Fi bandwidth, slowing down the computers and… Continue Reading Making space for the Space Symposium

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Broadmoor, Vladimir win marketing awards

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The Broadmoor hotel in Colorado Springs has won five awards for travel/tourism marketing. At its 54th annual Adrian Awards, the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International presented the Broadmoor and its advertising agency Vladimir Jones with awards for five ad campaigns: Print: “Forever” – Gold Award “Smile” – Bronze Award Print Campaign: “Smile/Forever” – Silver… Continue Reading Broadmoor, Vladimir win marketing awards

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Giving tourism industry the respect it deserves

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We’re all just getting to know Doug Price, the new chief of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, but I’ve discovered something about him that should resonate with many: Several years ago, while still living and working in Washington, D.C., Price was in the Springs on a business trip and, as he tells it, was walking… Continue Reading Giving tourism industry the respect it deserves

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Governors meet at The Broadmoor

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The National Governor’s Association will hold its annual seminar for new governors at The Broadmoor this weekend. This is the second year in a row the meeting will be held at the hotel. The newly elected governors and their transition teams will learn from veteran governors on a variety of issues: organizing the transition, managing… Continue Reading Governors meet at The Broadmoor

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Hospitality tax back on tourism agenda?

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After a couple of rough years, the hospitality industry hopes that 2011 will be a recovery year. It’ll also be the year that Doug Price takes over as head of the Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau. Although it’s too soon to know what Price will do, one of his concerns is funding, which has… Continue Reading Hospitality tax back on tourism agenda?

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The Broadmoor is one of four finalists chosen to compete in the U.S. finals for the 2011 Copa Jerez food and Sherry pairing competition. The Broadmoor team –  Chef Bertrand Bouquin and Sommelier Timothy Baldwin – will showcase their culinary expertise during a live cook-off before a panel of judges on Oct. 6 in New… Continue Reading Broadmoor in international sherry and cooking contest

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Broadmoor nabs 9th for best July 4th spot

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The Broadmoor hotel has been named 9th best place in the nation to celebrate Independence Day. The list of Top 10 Places was compiled by HotelsCombined.com. Weather permitting, The Broadmoor puts on a fireworks display for guests and members on July 4. The resort offers paddleboat races, a “Huck Finn” catch-and-release fishing contest and other family… Continue Reading Broadmoor nabs 9th for best July 4th spot

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With the 66th U.S. Women’s Open Championship set to take place July 4-10, 2011, organizers and Broadmoor officials are already hard at work. To boost awareness for the second national U.S. Golf Association women’s championship tournament in 16 years, a special summer ticket sales program kicked off today. The world’s top female golfers are expected… Continue Reading Sorenstam, Broadmoor kick off U.S. Women’s Open ticket sales

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