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Glenwood tourism picks up

Tourism in Glenwood is gaining momentum.Warm weather and frequent visits by large organizations brought local lodges to 81.2 percent capacity, according to the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association.Lodging capacity throughout Colorado is only 66.9 percent.June accommodation taxes increased by 9.4 percent from June 2003 bringing $61,533 to the city.”It’s good to see a recovery after two challenging years,” said Lori Hogan, the Chamber’s tourism marketing director.”It’s good to see a recovery after two challenging years,” said Lori Hogan, the Chamber’s tourism marketing director.


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