Denver set more tourism records in 2015, but pot gets no credit

Denver set more tourism records in 2015. And again, legal marijuana gets no credit:

  • Pot gets zero credit for tourism boost in Denver
  • Denver now is reaping the return on that investment, which â really put us on the map,â Visit Denver chief Richard Scharf said.
  • Denver hosted 16.4 million overnight visitors who spent $5 billion in 2015, setting a new tourism record for the 10th year in a row.
  • In Denver, overnight trips increased 6 percent in 2015.
  • The Longwoods report showed Denver lured more out-of-state visitors than ever before in 2015, when 82 percent of its visitor traffic came from another state, up from 74 percent in 2014.

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@cannabist: “Denver set more tourism records in 2015. And again, legal marijuana gets no credit:”


Denver hosted 16.4 million overnight visitors who spent $5 billion in 2015, setting another new tourism record. And again, legal marijuana gets no credit.


Denver set more tourism records in 2015, but pot gets no credit

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