The unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic has changed the lives of nearly every American and has caused not only businesses to falter but also towns and communities. Because of this, businesses and cities across the country are looking for creative ways to re-build both their clientele and tourism scene, the latter of which is the case for charming Glenwood Springs, Colorado:
Through November 30th, 2020, popular Glenwood Springs is making a name for itself not only in terms of world-class attractions but also for paying visitors to come to visit the beautiful mountain town.
“Glenwood Springs, the historic, hot springs town is awarding $100 in Glenwood Gold certificates to the first 1000 people who book a qualifying stay in Glenwood Springs,” reads a recent press release from Visit Glenwood Springs, adding that “Following the reopening of Glenwood Springs’ major attractions, the Glenwood Springs tourism promotion board decided that this gift was the right move, not only to support our local tourism-dependent businesses but also to reward our dedicated visitor base.”
How do Glenwood Gold certificates – the form of currency given to visitors – work? Glenwood Gold certificates (or simply Glenwood Gold) are a “buy local” stimulus program that works like cash when redeemed, reimbursing local businesses 100 percent of the currency’s face value.
To qualify for the $100 in Glenwood Gold, visitors must be one of the first 1,000 people to book a qualifying stay in Glenwood Springs and then fill out the online contact form found here.
Incorporated in 1885, Glenwood Springs is a former Old West town-turned-tourist hotspot that is home to such attractions as the pristinely blue Hanging Lake (pictured), Glenwood Hot Springs, Hotel Colorado, and the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park.
To see a current list of participating Glenwood Springs businesses that accept Glenwood Gold – which includes boutiques, restaurants, attractions, and more – please visit the Glenwood Springs Chambers of Commerce’s website.
Do you want to discover even more to do around Glenwood Springs? Then check out The Most Criminally Overlooked Town Near Denver And Why You Need To Visit.
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