Colorado Springs Visitors Bureau, Yellow Cab Partner for Continued
The Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) continues to implement a coordinated marketing and communications recovery plan to boost economic activity in both the short and long term for the entire Pikes Peak region after the Waldo Canyon Fire.
Colorado Springs, Colorado – October 10, 2012 – Various initiatives are taking place under the umbrella theme of “Welcome Back”. This plan underscores the resiliency of our community and explicitly invites people to visit the region or consider the area for business relocation.
Many generous community members and organizations have donated to the “Welcome Back” campaign efforts, including Yellow Cab of Colorado Springs, who has donated ad space on the back of many of their vehicles to showcase the campaign messaging. “We more than understand the importance and value of supporting the ‘Welcome Back’ efforts and are happy to help in any way we can,” states Yellow Cab Director of Marketing Kristi Maucher.
Other organizations that have made monetary or in-kind donations include: Pikes Peak Country Attractions, El Paso County, DeAnne McCann and Paul Konecny, Gray Line Tours, Peggy Ives, Sherri Cassidy, Regional Leadership Forum, Cheyenne Mountain Resort, Pikes Peak Association of Realtors, Pikes Peak Realtor Services Corp., Ent Federal Credit Union, The Broadmoor, Downtown Partnership, Lyda Hill, Antlers Hilton, Bryan Construction and the Colorado Restaurant Association, Pikes Peak Chapter.