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Visit Grand Junction PR eNewsletter - February 2022
PR Partnerships with Visit GJ

Visit Grand Junction Topics

Public Relations Request:

With spring right around the corner, now is the time to get the word out about anything new or unique that you or your business are involved with. Please share with Carly Holbrook at and Elizabeth Fogarty at

Recent Press Acquired

Due to Visit Grand Junction's PR Efforts:

On December 30, 2021, as a result of Visit GJ's PR efforts, Club Wyndham published an article titled "7 Best Horseback Riding Trails in the US". Both McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area and Rimrock Adventures were included in the article.

On February 2, 2022, as a result of Visit GJ's PR efforts, Washington Post published an article titled "7 of the Most Vaccinated Places You Can Travel in the U.S." Mountain biking at the Lunch Loops in Grand Junction was mentioned. Vermont, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Connecticut, NY, and California were other destinations mentioned in the article.

Colorado Tourism Topics

Upcoming News Releases/Requests for Information:

CTO PR general mailbox,

For upcoming news releases and pitches, CTO PR is seeking information from industry partners on the topics below. Click here to review the PR team's FY22 press release (Grand Junction included!) and editorial calendar.

  • What’s New for Spring/Summer 2022: Highlighting new events, restaurants, attractions, lodging offerings and more for spring and summer 2022. Please send a 150–200 word description of the new item to, and include a link to more information. Please do not send full news releases. Examples below.
Listing Format Examples:
  • Herbert Bayer Center Opens in Aspen: With a soft opening in December 2021 and grand opening in June 2022, the new Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies will focus on preserving and honoring the art of Bayer, who designed the institute’s historic campus, influenced the foundations of modern Aspen and whose work is an iconic expression of the Bauhaus movement in America.
Please feel free to forward to friends and colleagues.
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