Our role at the Gunnison-Crested Butte Tourism Association is to promote the Gunnison Valley as a year round vacation destination. We have partnerships with the Chambers of Commerce and local businesses to bring people to the Gunnison Valley and deliver a fantastic visitor experience.
Our stated goals for 2018 are to outpace our competitive set in growth in occupancy (as measured by DestiMetrics) and hit 70% load factors on all MRG flights into the Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport. During the winter months, we focus on Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, and fat biking. During the summer, our largest efforts are invested in mountain biking, but we also promote the great variety of experiences in the Gunnison Valley.
Gunnison Valley Event and Marketing Grant Cycle
New for 2018 are two event and marketing grant cycles. The first grant cycle will be for 2018 spring/summer/fall events/marketing in Gunnison, Crested Butte, and Mount Crested Butte. Applications for this Gunnison Valley Grant Cycle are due by April 2, 2018. Awards will be announced on the week of April 15, 2018.
Stay tuned for more information on our Winter Event and Marketing grants for Gunnison, Crested Butte, and Mt. Crested Butte coming in Fall 2018.
To submit a Gunnison Valley event or marketing grant please review the information below and email your application to Laurel Runcie at email@example.com. All grant proposals will be evaluated based on the attached rubric. Questions about our rubric and scoring on your Crested Butte grant or Gunnison grant can be directed to Board member Wynn Williams.
Our website is the definitive source for visitors to the Gunnison Valley. It’s also home to the valley’s most comprehensive events calendar for visitors. All local tourism-related businesses and event organizers have the opportunity to be featured in our business directory and on our event calendar.
If you do not have a listing on this website and feel you should, please reach out to Laurel Runcie, GCBTA Project Manager.
If you already have a partner account, but you’re having trouble accessing your business listing, email Daniel Kreykes, GCBTA marketing coordinator for assistance.