The local Convention and Visitors Bureau wanted to have the authority to tax attractions, as well as hotel rooms, in order to gain more funding to market the Pikes Peak region.
The local Convention and Visitors Bureau wanted to have the authority to tax attractions, as well as hotel rooms, in order to gain more funding to market the Pikes Peak region.

A bill that might have changed the funding landscape for the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau won’t even get a hearing — thanks largely to opposition from the ski industry. And it all came down to a single word. The CVB worked with Colorado Springs legislators and the state tourism office to draft a bill […]

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