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    1. MIC Chair-Elect Dean Savoca recognizes Chair Sidney Stoper. 

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    2. Joshua Estrada and Paul Borrillo. 

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    3. Carol Krugman. 

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    4. Hyatt Convention Alliance utilized its trade booth for a community service initiative. 

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    5. Panelists Jeff Gaillard, Deb Brannon and Claire Repass, and moderator Beth Buehler at Colorado Meetings + Events’ breakout session. 

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    6. MGM Resorts Chief Sales Officer Michael Dominguez. 

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    7. Team Vail Resorts. 

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    8. MIC Chair Sidney Stoper and Governor John Hickenlooper congratulate 2016 MIC Leadership Award recipient Steve Kinsley. 

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    9. CCC’s Blue Bear visits the Image Audiovisual team.

The Meetings Industry Council (MIC) of Colorado hosted a record attendance of over 1,200 attendees at the 17th Annual MIC Educational Conference & Trade Show on March 14-15 at the Colorado Convention Center (CCC). This is the first year a second day was added for all attendees. Next year’s conference will be held March 13-14, 2018 at CCC. 

Preparing for events is similar to choral symphony performances; everything must be in harmony. 

 

The maker’s movement is alive and well in Colorado. Here are a few ways groups can connect with artisans and perhaps try a little handy work of their own. 

» DRAM Apothecary in Salida offers a line of bitters, syrup and tea using organic and wild Colorado herbs. Stop by the apothecary and send attendees home with the fixings for their own creations (cocktails or otherwise).