DENVER – The Telluride Tourism Board has hired the Denver-based communications firm, Kruzic Communications, Inc., to head up its public relations efforts.
“Kruzic Communications’ well-established professional relationships with writers and editors in the hospitality and tourism industries will help bring the town of Telluride the exposure the area deserves,“ said Scott McQuade, CEO of Telluride Tourism Board.
“We are thrilled to represent the internationally recognized town of Telluride, situated in the majestic Rocky Mountains of southwestern Colorado,” said Cathy Kruzic, president of Kruzic Communications, Inc. “Telluride is known for its Western heritage and flair, its rugged individualism and its spectacular year-round culinary, music and cultural festivals, making it a prime destination for leisure travelers looking to get a feel for the real Colorado.”
Kruzic Communications, Inc. currently manages the ongoing public relations services for the following clients: Hotel Monaco, Denver; Kansas Division of Travel and Tourism; Maggiano’s Little Italy, Denver; Sheraton Steamboat Resort, Steamboat Springs; The Silvertree Properties, Snowmass Village; and the YMCA of the Rockies, in Estes Park and Winter Park, Colo.
Cathy Kruzic brings more than 25 years of experience in public relations, communications and marketing for travel, tourism and hospitality industries to provide the perfect portfolio of knowledge to assist clients interested in improving their market share and public perception. She serves as the national treasurer for the Society of American Travel Writers and Kruzic Communications maintains active memberships in professional organizations including the Public Relations Society of America, the US Travel Association, the Denver Metro CVB, and the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.
Maya Air Offers Fresh Air, Lowered Carbon Footprint
TELLURIDE – MayaAir, the Telluride-based air charter carrier, has entered into its fourth year of partnering with TerraPass, the carbon-offset firm offering offsets for four short, three medium and two long-haul flights.
“Through a partnership with TerraPass, we have purchased reductions in carbon emissions equal to the carbon produced by our aircraft flight time,” says Eliot Brown, operator and chief pilot of MayaAir. “We continue to be the only TurboProp aircraft on the Western Slope offering green transportation.”
In addition to carbon offsets, Brown says, MayaAir’s Renaissance Commander, “with its new, modern Cabin Comfort Unit utilizes clean outside fresh air with absolutely no possibility of jet engine contamination.”
For more information, call MayaAir at 970/209-0379 or visit www.mayaair.com.
Mountain Limo Announces Frequent Rider Punch Card
TELLURIDE – This winter, Mountain Limo, Telluride’s local airport shuttle, taxi, and limo company, announces a punch card program for their frequent riders, which includes a Montrose punch card and an In-town punch card. The Montrose punch card rewards frequent riders for their loyalty and offers a free ride after buying five trips at the regular rate (a $45 value) to Montrose or the Montrose Airport; the In-town punch card offers a free ride after buying 10 in-town transfers (a $15 value). Punch cards can be picked up on the Mountain Limo shuttle and are valid for up to one year.
“We get a lot of frequent riders, so this year we wanted to give back to those who have supported our business over the last 18 years,” said Darcy Levtzow, owner of Mountain Limo. “This is our way of saying thank you for choosing Mountain Limo.”
Mountain Limo offers individual and group shuttle transportation to and from the regional airports including Telluride, Montrose, Cortez, Durango, Grand Junction, and Gunnison. Their fleet includes comfortable late model private suburban limos, 14-passenger vans, all-wheel drive hybrid SUV’s, and stretch limos.
For more information or to book a reservation, visit www.mountain-limo.com or call 970/ 728-9606.
Telluride e-Group Forms
TELLURIDE – A consortium of professionals focused on providing clean energy systems solutions to homeowners, architects, general contractors and developers dubbed Telluride e-Group has been formed to offer clients one-source energy-efficient solutions for all aspects of building science, inside and out. Service areas range from geothermal heating/cooling to solar energy, building diagnostics, energy audits, pre-insulated piping solutions, green-build, thermal energy storage and commercial/industrial building efficiency. For information, contact Telluride eGroup at 970/369-4328 or visit www.tellurideegroup.com.