Below are some of the ways you can benefit for our partnership with Visit Fort Collins
Partner listings include photos, a description of your business, contact information, Google mapping, a link directly to your website and options for including a deal/discount/coupon.
54% of visitors request information before they arrive! As a partner with Visit Fort Collins, your business is listed in the guide. This targeted publication is sent nationally and internationally to those requesting it. The Visitors Guide is also distributed to Colorado Welcome Centers across the state, in all lodging properties in Fort Collins, used as a Chamber of Commerce Resource, and included in relocation packets.
In addition to your web and Official Visitor Guide listings, there are many other ways to get in front of visitors. Boost your presence at our Downtown Visitor Information Center or the Colorado Welcome Center of I-25. Contact our Visitor Services Manager, Drew Southers, to learn more about this opportunity: email@example.com.
List your community event on our calendar! As one of the top-visited pages within the website, this is a great way to promote all of your happenings.
Visitors use multiple resources to find information on Fort Collins. Be sure to tag us in your posts @visitftcollins and use the hashtags #visitftcollins #lovefortcollins #visitfortcollins
This series is aimed to promote a Visit Fort Collins partner each week through a blog post and our social media platforms.
As a Partner with Visit Fort Collins, you or one of your employees may participate in the CTA program at no cost!
More than 1 million tourists visit Fort Collins every year and we want to make sure that our visitors have a good experience while they are here. Visit Fort Collins offers the chance to join a certified tourism ambassador program. We train ambassadors of the city in and outside of the hospitality industry to ensure good experiences are had by all. This means visitors will be able to find their way, being greeted by friendly hotel clerks who know a little about the city’s history, culture and events. Or by rafting guides knowledgeable about the flora and fauna along the Poudre River. Or by retailers who go out of their way to make shoppers feel welcome. And even by police who might provide directions. Fort Collins was the first Colorado city to adopt a certified tourism ambassador program. The program is now in 17 states and has trained 11,000 certified tourism ambassadors. 80 percent of ambassadors surveyed have said “they have more pride and passion” about their city. The program’s measure of success will be largely anecdotal, based on participation and feedback. Visit Fort Collins is excited to work with each of our partners to provide a distinct Fort Collins experience.
In a typical year, Visit Fort Collins hosts networking events throughout the year. As a partner, your involvement is always welcome. From attending to hosting, there are many ways to gain exposure for your business.
Questions on any of the resources?
Please contact Justin Koroneos