Tax revenue for hotel rooms and car rentals is up 15.6 percent; hotel occupancy rates are up 7 percent and passenger numbers at the Colorado Springs airport jumped 43 percent last year. The statistics point to one thing: Tourism is on the rise in Colorado Springs, mirroring the rest of the state. But the increase […]

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