Southwest Colorado tourism industry borrows battlefield acronym to describe tough year

Southwest Colorado tourism industry borrows battlefield acronym to describe tough year

Tourism industry finds 2018 volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous
Aaron Kimple, at lecturn, with Mountain Studies Institute discusses the group’s community-driven science efforts at La Plata County Economic Development Alliance’s 12th annual Economic Summit held Wednesday at the Sky Ute Casino. To Kimple’s left, James Coleman, CEO of Mountain Capital Partners, and Al Harper, owner of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, also addressed how their businesses dealt with tough blows they faced this year.
Gregory Bunch, a professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, delivered the keynote address Wednesday at La Plata County Economic Development Alliance’s 12th annual Economic Summit held Wednesday at the Sky Ute Casino.

Southwest Colorado tourism industry borrows battlefield acronym to describe tough year

Aaron Kimple, at lecturn, with Mountain Studies Institute discusses the group’s community-driven science efforts at La Plata County Economic Development Alliance’s 12th annual Economic Summit held Wednesday at the Sky Ute Casino. To Kimple’s left, James Coleman, CEO of Mountain Capital Partners, and Al Harper, owner of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, also addressed how their businesses dealt with tough blows they faced this year.
Gregory Bunch, a professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, delivered the keynote address Wednesday at La Plata County Economic Development Alliance’s 12th annual Economic Summit held Wednesday at the Sky Ute Casino.
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