Rebranding Campaign Splits Colorado Into 8 RegionsColorado is going through a rebranding phase which will divide the state into eight regions, each with a new name.
Colorado Tourism Office Launches 'Leave No Trace' CampaignLieutenant Governor Donna Lynne and the state tourism office launched a new campaign aimed at urging tourists to leave state and national parks as they found them.
Skip The Crowds, Visit Colorado's Hidden GemsA major push to get visitors to travel to rural, lesser-known areas of the state, or hidden gems, is being welcomed by those who live in those communities.
Study: Tourist Pot Complaints Up At Colorado Emergency RoomsColorado's tourists aren't just buying weed now that it's legal - they're ending up in emergency rooms at rates far higher than residents, according to a new study.
Colorado Resort Towns Worry Over Pot PerceptionBusiness is booming in Colorado's mountain resorts, and the addition of recreational marijuana stores this year has attracted customers curious about legalized pot.
Colorado Hopes Agritourism Will Help Rural EconomiesColorado is looking to agricultural tourism to boost rural economies.
Colorado Saw Big Return From 'Come To Life' Ad CampaignA recent ad campaign by the Colorado Tourism Office has paid off in a big way.
Tourism Campaign Hopes To Lure Visitors To Colorado After WildfiresImages from the massive wildfires in Colorado have been broadcast on TVs all around the world. Many are hoping to lure those visitors who may have decided to skip Colorado during their vacation planning.
Tourism Leaders Celebrate Beginning Of Summer Travel Season At CapitolColorado's summer travel season officially kicked off on Tuesday and tourism leaders celebrated the occasion at the state Capitol.
Tourism Officials Educate Lawmakers About Importance Of IndustryState tourism leaders spent Monday at the Capitol. Their goal is to educate lawmakers about the importance of tourism in Colorado and the benefits it provides to state revenue.
With Resorts Suffering, Colorado Advertises For SkiersWith skiers staying away from Colorado resorts in droves this year, the Colorado Tourism Office took a largely unprecedented step Sunday and ran a full-page ad in the New York Times proclaiming that snow had arrived in the state.
Colorado Tourism Office Reports Record Visits In 2010A new report estimates a record 55.1 million people visited Colorado last year, representing a 6.1 percent increase from 2009.