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Vail Valley Partnership welcomes new members

EAGLE COUNTY — The Vail Valley Partnership welcomed 16 new members in the last quarter of 2013. With more than 800 member businesses, the Partnership is the official resource and advocate for business and tourism in the Vail Valley.

Dedicated to ensuring local business success, the Partnership creates regional economic vitality by partnering with local businesses, collaborating with key stakeholders and through its extensive membership base. The Partnership serves three purposes in the Eagle River Valley as the chamber of commerce, a destination marketing organization and an economic development organization. The Partnership strives to sustain and enhance the Vail Valley as a tourism destination and as a place to do business by contributing to the identity and economic well-being of the community.

Members of Vail Valley Partnership have access to a number of marketing benefits, educational programs, cost-savings opportunities and networking events throughout the year as well as one-time media discounts with local partners.

New members include:

• A+ Handyman, Inc.

• Alliance Moving Systems, LLC.

• American Express OPEN Small Business Credit Cards.

• Carrie Fell Gallery.

• Confluence Research & Training, LLC.

• Elway’s Restaurant.

• K.H. Webb Architects.

• Mind Springs Health.

• Mountain Man Fruit & Nut Co.

• Mountain Valley Developmental Services.

• Quandt & Snow, LLC.

• River Bridge Regional Center.

• Satcom Resources, LLC.

• Ski a la Carte Destinations.

• Speckled-Hound Racing.

• Vail Rotary Club.

“The Partnership welcomes our new members. We are working hard to continuously ensure a strong membership program of marketing benefits, networking events and educational opportunities to prospective businesses. The Partnership is happy to welcome these new members and looks forward to helping them further their involvement in the community,” said Chris Romer, president and CEO of Vail Valley Partnership.

For more information, call Jennifer Weintraub, events and membership manager, at 970-477-4001 or email jweintraub@vistvailvalley.com.

“We are working hard to continuously ensure a strong membership program of marketing benefits, networking events and educational opportunities to prospective businesses. The Partnership is happy to welcome these new members and looks forward to helping them further their involvement in the community.”
Chris Romer
President and CEO of the Vail Valley Partnership


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