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    1. Corn hole fun.

    1. Corn hole fun.
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    2. Nicole Nguyen and Megan Fox.

    2. Nicole Nguyen and Megan Fox.
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    3. Hugo Hellberg.

    3. Hugo Hellberg.
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    4. Tina Schwab and Amanda Andrews.

    4. Tina Schwab and Amanda Andrews.
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    5. Dave Mueller and Bruce Horii.

    5. Dave Mueller and Bruce Horii.
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    6. Alyson Fetherolf and Kimberly Fisher.

    6. Alyson Fetherolf and Kimberly Fisher.
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    7. The team from Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center.

    7. The team from Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center.
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    8. Dana Rains and Amy Evans.

    8. Dana Rains and Amy Evans.
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    9. Ellen Collins and Cheryl Braucht.

    9. Ellen Collins and Cheryl Braucht.

The Meeting Professionals International Rocky Mountain Chapter hosted its annual golf tournament at Red Rocks Country Club in Morrison on Aug. 20. The “Team Freeman” consisting of DJ Baca, Derek Barnes, Lee Byrd and Bonnie Yordy placed first, and Darnell Brown, Josh Ebaugh, Jeremy Wilson and Alan Wooldridge, who made up “Team Broadmoor,” landed second.

The International Live Events Association (ILEA) Dallas Chapter spread some holiday cheer at its annual Holiday Giveback. The organization chose to work with Senior Source and the Diversicare facility. Members of the group held a party for the facility complete with caroling, live music, holiday crafts and bingo—and of course plenty of cookies and punch. The group also collected items for Diversicare’s wish list, along with a $5 donation from each member who registered for the networking happy hour that followed the party.

 

The commoditization of the live events industry causes concern and prompts discussion.

 

Located in one of Colorado’s neighboring states, these mountain meeting destinations are rich in options and appeal.