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Visit Grand Junction PR eNewsletter - December 2021
PR Partnerships with Visit GJ

Visit Grand Junction Topics

Public Relations Request:

It's the holiday season, which means many of you have specials and unique items you are selling that we would love to know about. Please email Carly and Elizabeth (see below) what unique and seasonal offerings you are providing. Aside from PR, Visit Grand Junction incorporates this information into our blogs, which get shared on social media, both organic and paid.

Are you expanding or opening a new business within the next 12 months? Now is the time to share with Visit GJ, as we are often pitching well into the future to help generate awareness for you and the destination.

Visit Grand Junction and our PR team is currently seeking information regarding: interesting stories about your business, renovations, new events, restaurants, attractions, shopping, activities, tours, and lodging packages. Send a 150-word description of the new or refreshed offering along with appropriate dates/schedule, pricing, and a link to more information to: Carly Holbrook, and cc Elizabeth Fogarty at
Recent Press Due to Visit Grand Junction's PR Efforts

Due to Visit GJ's PR partnership with CTO, Fodor's Travel published an article titled "Forget California! 14 U.S. States That Also Make Surprisingly Good Wine" on November 23, 2021. The article featured Two Rivers Winery and Chateau, the Colorado National Monument, and other wineries in the Grand Junction area.

As a result of Visit GJ's partnership with CTO, an article published by AAA titled "The Sweet Life", tells the story of Enstrom Candies and how the 60-year-old company was founded.

Colorado Tourism Topics


Please keep us up to date on happenings in your neck of the woods and add CTO PR/social email addresses to your distribution lists.

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 and editorial calendar.

  • Top Reasons to Visit Colorado’s Parks and Public Lands in the Winter: Highlighting what’s special about Colorado’s public lands, national, state and local parks in the winter and the advantages to visiting at this time: Fewer crowds; wildlife watching; full-moon programs; cabins and yurts etc.  If you have a unique or new offering in your area, cool guided experience, etc., please let us know. Email info and ideas to by end of day December 10.
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