Water underpins Salida’s tourism, from rafting to fishing to soaking in the hot springs. Scott Peterson, marketing director for the Chaffee County Visitors Bureau, says lodging tax receipts have increased 50 percent since 2014.
An injury analysis by Pinnacol Assurance, Colorado’s largest workers compensation insurer, found that the industry is relatively safe compared with other cultivation, retail and manufacturing jobs in the state.
With an estimated 85 million visitors coming to Colorado each year, and half of those guests taking advantage of the state’s great outdoors, a little “Colo-Ready” education might be in order.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act whacked a 6-iron across the knees of everyone who has ever done business on a golf course and claimed the round as a tax deduction. Along with orchestra seats at the theater and corporate boxes at the ballpark, golf is now considered 100 percent entertainment and zero percent deductible.
Now even health care can be ordered and delivered. Denver-based DispatchHealth offers on-demand, mobile urgent care that flu sufferers and others can request via app or phone call.
Boeing publishes 20-year outlooks on the pilot workforce based on aircraft orders and projections; the 2018 report says 90,000 to 120,000 new pilots will be needed in North America by 2038. The scarcity can’t be solved with mere want ads.
This is an odd car – odd because I loved it, but I simply don’t understand why Honda makes it. The original Insight, which has no relation to this one except being a hybrid, debuted in the year 2000 as a subcompact, 3-door weird looking oddball of a car that featured only two seats.
» Find the club nearest your home and the club nearest your work. Just as the best fitness resolutions crumble in the face of I-25 slowdowns, you’ll find that easy access yields more value.
I’m not sure why the car companies keep sending out new models that haven’t changed – in this case the Subaru BRZ – for review.
Syntrinsic Investment Counsel (whose mission is helping people use capital to solve social challenges) is among a number of social impact focused businesses that have moved to the Cole, Clayton and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods.
Here at ColoradoBiz, the entire SportsBiz team (that would be me with sideline support from Editor Mike Taylor) remains united in the hope that by the time you read these words, Bryce Harper, Manny Machado and Dallas Keuchel are all attired in new Major League Baseball uniforms that fit properly, display adroit embroidering of surnames and are freshly laundered.
A stop at one of those more upscale fast-casual restaurants the other day got me thinking about customer service and the difficulty these days getting what you want from business establishments. I approached the counter, and a rather snarky clerk greeted me at 10:33 a.m.