Colorado is open for business was the key message at the Wednesday’s VIP media lunch held in the George room at the QT in Sydney.
Caroline Davidson of Davidson Communications and Kylee Kay from Travel Marketing Services hosted the event wanting to introduce Colorado to Australia’s as not just a winter destination and aiming to encourage Australians to visit during all four seasons.
Colorado boasts four national parks including Rocky Mountain National Park, eight monuments, eight historic railroads and 26 scenic byways. Around 75,000 Australian’s travelling to the US annually include a visit to the state and Colorado Tourism is urging visitors to visit in seasons other than winter. Warmer season activities include visiting dude ranches, hiking, cycling, canyoning, playing golf and visiting the breweries.
Davidson and Kay will be hosting media lunches in Brisbane and Melbourne and travel advisers will be invited to learn more about the destination at the Visit USA trade shows.
Lead image: Great Sand Dunes National Park © courtesy Colorado Tourism
Pamela Wright, Aleney de Winter and Helen Hayes
The table setting in the George Room at the QT Sydney
Hikers at Snowmass Resort