COLORADO MEETINGS INCENTIVE

Meetings and Events Incentive Program

Colorado passed the meetings & incentives bill on June 6th. The bill, in partnership with the Colorado tourism office, provides rebates and direct support to eligible events in Colorado to assist in the state’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The program is designed to attract eligible meetings and events that have the potential to generate significant economic impact and affect multiple counties across Colorado. The program offers rebates of up to 10% of the hard costs of an eligible event. The program may also offer rebates of up to 25% for COVID-19-related costs, which are hard costs that are directly related to complying with public health orders or other mandates issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eligible events;

Takes place in Colorado between July 1, 2021, and December 31, 2022

Can demonstrate a significant economic benefit for the host community as determined by the office;

Generates at least 25 paid overnight stays in a motel, hotel, vacation rental, or other lodging establishments; and

Meets any additional criteria established by the office

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Safety Precautions and Information

Colorado’s meetings industry, destinations, local governments, and state agencies are focused on providing safe, memorable and exceptional experiences for groups. Hotels, resorts, outfitters, restaurants and the whole range of suppliers have carefully restructured their operations and offerings, implemented health and wellness protocols, and come up with cool new approaches to meet in-person or in a hybrid fashion.

We’ve come up with several helpful links to stay current with what is happening in the Centennial State.

  • The Colorado Tourism Office has several traveling during COVID tips.
  • The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment has created a COVID status dial and offers guidance for wearing masks..
  • The Colorado Hotel Lodging and Lodging Association has posted a helpful COVID dial capacity chart based on risk levels.
  • Colorado’s 5 Star State Certification is set up at the county or municipality level to encourage businesses to implement safety measures beyond what is already required by public health orders and guidelines that will help control the spread of COVID-19. The certification reassures employees and customers that businesses are adhering to enhanced guidance.
  • On the national level, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides an abundance of helpful information on its website.

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