Loveland Working to Be a Tourist Destination
We all know how great northern Colorado is, and now Loveland is hoping to be a tourist hotspot. Loveland has a new Visitors Service Coordinator, Cindy Mackin, and she has $500,000 in lodging tax to help promote the city as the destination for Rocky Mountain visitors.
If all goes as hoped, Loveland will become known as a "world-class destination for art, leisure and business visitors."
As Mackin will readily acknowledge, Loveland has a lot of work ahead.
A new website promoting all of the great things to do in Loveland is in the works along with other marketing.