• Event Snapshots: ILEA Takes on WhirlyBall

     
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    Rob Stuerhk.

    Rob Stuerhk.
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    Tami Forero.

    Tami Forero.
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    Scott Hittelman.

    Scott Hittelman.
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    Emily Saunar.

    Emily Saunar.
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    Emily Ettinger and Donnah Phipps.

    Emily Ettinger and Donnah Phipps.
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    Raquelle Ahrens.

    Raquelle Ahrens.
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    Dani Osinski.

    Dani Osinski.
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    Meredith Harris.

    Meredith Harris.
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    A hurrah for WhirlyBall.

    A hurrah for WhirlyBall.

The International Live Events Association Denver Chapter held its May meeting at WhirlyBall in Colorado Springs. WhirlyBall combines lacrosse, hockey, basketball and bumper cars into a game that is both skill and chance. Attendees also enjoyed 12 lanes of bowling, craft beer and cocktails, and a chef-driven menu. 

A vintage travel theme helps launch Colorado chapter of WIPA.

 

There is no denying the stunning daytime scenery of Colorado, but the state’s amazing celestial landscape after normal meeting hours provides all sorts of great options for groups.

Twice each month from May through September, groups meeting in Leadville or nearby can enjoy a stagecoach ride beneath a full moon with Halfmoon Packing & Outfitting. Based on the 19th-century tradition of mail delivery by stagecoach, moonlight rides are offered on the eve and night of the full moon.

 

This recent trend not only benefits lone eagles, remote employees and business travelers, it’s resulting in handy new options for meeting and event locations.