No one comes to Denver to stay inside. The folks at Visit Denver, Colorado’s Tourist and Vacation office, know that for certain. There’s so much to enjoy in Denver, that they can’t even be limited to one website.
There are two great things, in particular that Denver has going for it (us?) One is Denver International Airport. Being centrally located, DIA puts Denver four hours from anywhere – making our city an ideal destination not only for tourists but for the crowd that supports the Number Two Thing, the Colorado Convention Center – which is blessed with a host of eminities, including 8,000 hotel rooms within walking distance, and countless dining options – oh and shopping, anda view of the Rocky Mountains.
With so much perfection, you’d think the city almost promotes itself. What it really means is, Visit Denver has a lot to keep track of.
For more on all the great events and attractions, listen to this week’s Driving Force Radio, Saturday morning at 10:00 on KNUS 710.
You can also listen to the podcast here, or watch our video version below.
This week, our second segment features Senator Alan Simpson, of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform – talking about the myriad implications of balancing the nation’s budget. But funny. Don’t miss it.
Tammy Schmidt has had a lengthy career in broadcast television, fulfilling her
dream of working in every media position there is from newscast producer to
editor, photographer, reporter and anchor as well as a segment producer and writer. She's worked in every scenario from small market TV news to programs for HGTV and Food Network.
Now, at ICOSA she focuses on her best talents, producing programs and stirring up
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Happiest when she’s near tears, deep in a compelling story that has the potential to
change lives, she just can’t shake the journalist at her core.