(Denver, CO) — There’s great news about tourism in Denver and Colorado this summer. It looks like revenue at the state’s mountain resorts is up this summer, compared to last summer. Money made from tourism has also increased in the City of Denver this season.
That’s Rich Grant with VISIT DENVER. The “Denver Post” reports Denver-based travel firm DestiMetrics predicts lodging revenues at the state’s mountain resorts will be up seven-percent this summer over last summer. The firm considers May to October as summer. More summer festivals, as well as conventions and special events, along with the popularity of visiting mountains for weddings and other celebrations are reasons experts believe tourism’s up around Colorado.