Vail Valley Partnership welcomes new members
EAGLE COUNTY, Colorado – The Vail Valley Partnership-the Chamber & Tourism Bureau welcomed 21 new members in the third quarter of this year. The Vail Valley Partnership is the official resource and advocate for business and tourism in the Vail Valley with over 700 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. Through its “four pillars” – Benefits, Resources, Tourism and Leadership – 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 Eagle River Valley.Members of the 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 are:• Blackwellspace Designs.• Chapman Law Group.• Climate Control Company.• Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties.• Community Banks of Colorado.• Hope.Love.Spa.• Larisa Graham Videography.• Medical Claims Advocates.• Postclick.• Prudential Colorado Properties.• Sanctuary Property Management.• San Isabel Telecom, Inc.• Shelton Smith Collection.• Shirt Pro Shop.• The Soiree Studio.• Students Shoulder-to-Shoulder.• Thompson Brownlee, LLC.• TM Design.• VailSkiVacationRentals.com.• Wells Fargo Bank.• Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District.”The Partnership is happy to welcome our new and renewing 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. We also 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” said Chris Romer, executive director of the Vail Valley Partnership.To learn more, call Jennifer Weintraub, events and membership manager, 970-477-4001 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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