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CCLOA sets date for meeting, seeks speakers

CCLOA sets date for meeting, seeks speakers

BOULDER, Colo. — The Colorado Campground and Lodging Owners Association will conduct its next conference March 25 and 26 in Grand Junction, Colo., the group announced today.

The event will take place at the Courtyard at Grand Junction hotel. The city is accessible by air or vehicle traveling via Interstate 70

“Because of a rather spontaneous seven-week Tour of Colorado, which put me about three months behind in our newsletters and administrative details — but placed me in 239 Colorado campgrounds — I believe we have lit some excitement across the state,” said Executive Director Mary Arlington. “Now it’s time to make that excitement glow even brighter.”

People interested in having a role at the event, such as being a speaker, sponsor or obtaining a booth at the trade show, are encouraged to contact Arlington by email at info@campcolorado.com or by calling 970.573.0320.

“We’ll have seminars, workshops, open forum discussions, networking opportunities, social time, and a lot of fun, yet it’s only valuable to those who attend,” she added. “Although the focus of the entire weekend is on campground operations and management, a brief business meeting is required, and an election of directors and officers is on the agenda.”

Since the meeting starts at 8 a.m. March 25, Arlington encourages participants to arrive the day before and enjoy a Grand Junction wine and sightseeing adventure.

SOURCE: Colorado Campground and Lodging Owners Association press release

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