Baker’s dozen join Vail Valley Partnership
Ryan Summerlin July 18, 2014
EAGLE COUNTY — The Vail Valley Partnership welcomed 13 new members in the past quarter.
The Partnership is the regional community development organization, dedicated to the economic vitality of the Vail Valley, with more than 800 member businesses. Dedicated to ensuring local business success, the Partnership creates regional economic vitality by partnering with local businesses, collaborating with key stakeholders and through its partnership base.
The Partnership’s efforts and benefit to the community include three roles: chamber of commerce, destination marketing organization and economic development. 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 the Vail Valley Partnership have access to a number of marketing benefits, educational programs, member savings opportunities and networking events throughout the year, as well as media discounts with local partners.
New members include:
• Artisan Design
• Awakened Spaces
• CBST Adventures & Team Building
• Cresta Motivation
• Eagle River Pizza
• Eating for Performance
• Peak Performance Footwear
• Petals of Provence
• Rocky Mountain Planning Group, Inc.
• Sonnenalp Real Estate
• Vail Cabinets
• Vin48 Restaurant Wine Bar
“The Partnership is happy to welcome our new members. As a member-based organization, we work hard to ensure that we have a variety of local programming and networking opportunities for our members to take advantage of to help expand their business,” said Chris Romer, president and CEO of the Vail Valley Partnership. “We have a variety of ways for members to promote their business to destination guests, as well as to engage the local community via our marketing channels.”
For more information, call 970-476-1000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.