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New Snow Collections From Oakley

With temperatures dropping, travel restrictions being lifted, and cooler destinations preparing for an influx of visitors while being COVID-19 safe, many snowboarders and ski junkies are looking for new pieces to invest in. With frightful temperatures and the need for gear to support intense athletic performances, investing in the right collection is paramount. For the most dedicated winter athletes, Oakley is an excellent choice for cold-weather attire.

Today, Oakley launches two all-new snow collections to get snowboards and skiers ready for the upcoming season. The Thermonuclear Protection Collection draws inspiration from the brand’s heritage in motorsports, while the Team Collection garners influence from professional Norwegian Olympic snowboarder Stale Sandbech and his life of travel and adventure. Both collections strive to combine style and performance.

About the Thermonuclear Protection Collection: 

The TNP Collection fuses provocative colors, bold designs, and daring styles for those looking to make a statement on the mountain. All of the looks are sure to grab attention, especially in context of the stark winter surroundings. The collection includes a variety of outerwear and accessories designed with reflective properties, hi-tech fabrics and modern silhouettes, available for both men and women. Full TNP

About the Team Collection:

Inspired by Stale’s adventures all over the world, the Team Collection features men’s pieces that can easily transition from mountain gear to streetwear. The range can be adapted for the “on-the-go” lifestyle through modular layering and includes outerwear with premium stretch fabrics, goggles, a helmet and two pieces made from 100% recycled material. Overall, the collection strives to be dedicated to a more eco-friendly approach.

Stale Sandbech is a famed Norwegian snowboarder. He participated in the 2010, 2014, and 2018 Winter Olympics and won a silver medal in Men’s slopestyle in 2014 at the Sochi Olympics. With his Olympics debut in 2010, Sandbech became the youngest Norwegian Olympian in 82 years. His partnership with Oakley reflects his on the go lifestyle as he adventures and trains.

Oakley, Inc. based in California is a subsidiary of the Italian corporate giant Luxottica based in Milan. Found in 1975, it began in the garage of James Jannard with an initial investment of just $300. The company designs, develops, and manufactures sports performance equipment as well as lifestyle pieces, with the new snow collections falling into the former category. Yet, typical to Oakley the pieces retain a stylish flare.

Most famous for their sunglasses, Oakley also counts sports visors, ski/snowboard goggles, watches, apparel, backpacks, shoes, optical frames, and other accessories. A vast majority of the designs are completed in house, with Oakley currently holding an impressive number of patents, over 850.

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Coffee Capitals of America

By Hannah DiPilato

With National Coffee Day on September 29 followed by International Coffee Day on October first, Wren Kitchen delved into the nation’s coffee-drinking habits to see which states have the greatest consumption of everyone’s favorite hot beverage. 

Their research revealed that The United States drinks 48 billion cups of coffee each year, they have discovered the number one coffee capital of the United States, and the data shows which region has the highest demand for the caffeinated favorite. 

Coffee represents much more than just a drink. It’s a wakeup call bright and early in the morning, a chance to catch up with old friends or a moment for yourself in the middle of a chaotic workday. Pouring yourself a cup of coffee in your kitchen sets you up for the busy day ahead.

There’s no doubt The United States is a coffee-loving nation and a new report by Wren Kitchens has revealed which state craves coffee the most. They have also illustrated which iconic landmarks each state could build with coffee cups based on the coffee consumption of citizens. Grab a cup of joe and read on to find out how your state ranks.

Oregon has been crowned the ultimate coffee capital drinking over 113 Empire State buildings worth of coffee every year. The Beaver State shows that it’s citizens drink the most coffee based on the demand for coffee and population size.

The state consumes more than 624 million cups of coffee per year and if you were to stack up this number of coffee cups in real life, Oregon would drink enough coffee to create 113 Empire State buildings each year. 

With Oregonians having such an appetite for their cup of Joe, search data shows that 2.1% of the states 4.2 million goes online to search for their caffeine fix each month

The second-largest coffee-loving state is Colorado. With a population of 5.7 million, the state of Colorado drinks 852 million cups of coffee every year. The search data reveals that 1.9% of Coloradans head online to look up their nearest coffee spot.

Washington state follows on the list with the third-most online coffee searches, 1.8% of the state’s population searching for java each month, and more than 1.1 billion coffees consumed each year. This is no surprise coming from the state that founded Starbucks. 

When searching to find the region that drinks the most coffee, the west coast takes the prize. With three of the top five states having the greatest demand for coffee based on the Pacific, the West Coast is the place they pay homage to the barista. Nowhere more can this be seen than California with the state sipping more than 5.8 billion cups of the steaming beans.

The data was gathered by looking at search volumes against the population and the average amount of coffee consumed per person. Data for this research was collected from worldatlas.com, statista.com, ncausa.org and The United States Census Bureau, Population Division. 

To work out the coffee capitals, volumes per state surrounding coffee were researched and were calculated as a percent of the state’s population. Then the height, area, and dimensions of landmarks in the US were looked at; before working out the number of 12oz coffee cups it would take to fill each landmark. Finally, how many times each state could cover each landmark with the number of cups of coffee they consume each year was worked out.

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Study Shows State-By-State Reopenings Exacerbate COVID

As Summer vacations end in Europe and in the United States and students return to college campuses and primary schools worldwide, fresh waves of COVID infections are causing renewed restrictions after loosening in the Spring and Summer. However, a new study shows that this uncoordinated opening, closing, and reopening of states and counties, is making the COVID problem worse in the U.S., according to the authors of a new study released today. Using methods from their previous work, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, MIT PhD student Michael Zhao and Sinan Aral, Director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy and author of the upcoming book The Hype Machine, have released the first comprehensive study of the impact of state-by-state re-openings on the COVID pandemic, spanning January to July, 2020 with surprising and troubling results.

After studying combined data on the mobility of over 22 million mobile devices, daily data on state-level closure and reopening policies and social media connections among 220 million Facebook users, the team found that reimposing local social distancing or shelter-in-place orders after reopening may be far less effective than policy makers would hope.

In fact, such closures may actually be counterproductive as they encourage those in locked down regions to flee to reopened regions, potentially causing new hotspots to emerge. This analysis demonstrates that travel spillovers are not only systematic and predictable, but also large and meaningful.

Arizona was one of the first states to open businesses, but in late June, bars, gyms, movie theaters, and water parks were shut down for 30 days as the state became one of the virus’s new hot spots. One month after dine-in restaurants, bars, and gyms were allowed to reopen in California, Governor Gavin Newsom made the country’s most aggressive reopening reversal amid his state’s spike in COVID-19 cases, shuttering all indoor dining, bars, zoos, and museums in the state. Similar reversals have occurred in Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, West Virginia among other states.

“We’ve seen a patchwork of flip-flopping state policies across the country,” says Sinan Aral, the senior author of the study. “The problem is that, when they are uncoordinated, state re-openings and even closures create massive travel spillovers that are spreading the virus across state borders. If we continue to pursue ad hoc policies across state and regional borders, we’re going to have a difficult time controlling this virus, reopening our economy or even sending our kids back to school.”

The new study showed that while closures directly reduced mobility by 5-6%, re-openings returned mobility to pre-pandemic levels. Once all of a state’s peer states (in travel or social media influence) locked down, focal county mobility in that state dropped by an additional 15-20% but increased by 19-32% once peer states reopened. “State policies have effects far beyond their borders,” says Aral. “We desperately need coordination if we are to control this virus.”

When an origin county was subject to a statewide shelter-in-place order, travel to counties yet to impose lockdowns increased by 52-65%. If the origin had reopened, but the destination was still closed, travel to destination counties was suppressed by 9-17% for nearby counties and 21-27% for distant counties. But when a destination reopened while an origin was still closed, people from the closed origins flooded into the destination by 11-12% from nearby counties and 24% from distant counties. “People flee closures and flood into newly reopened states,” says Aral, “we can’t avoid the travel spillovers caused by our ad hoc policies.”

These findings highlight the urgent need to coordinate COVID-19 reopenings across regions and the risks created by ad hoc local shutdowns and reopenings. In addition, the results highlight the importance of taking spillover effects seriously when formulating national policy and for national and local policies to coordinate across regions where spillovers are strong.

Table Mountain Inn Reopens

The charming Southwestern boutique hotel, Table Mountain Inn, and on-property restaurant, Table Mountain Grill & Cantina, re-opened to welcome guests on June 1st, 2020. During to the temporary closure of the hotel and restaurant due to COVID-19, both businesses made updates and renovations to ensure the safety and comfort of guests who overnight or dine at the property.

When guests visit Table Mountain Inn, they’ll be transported to a Southwestern haven that feels like a home away from home. The newly remodeled lobby has been designed to create a cozy community space where guests can soak up the hotel’s unique ambiance. Since re-opening in early June, Table Mountain Inn has observed the need for the folks to partake in socially responsible fun and also to get outside and enjoy nature, whether that be to challenge oneself with an outdoor activity or to enjoy a romantic getaway in a beautiful setting. Encouraging the exploration of the beautiful outdoors, guests have the opportunity to indulge in new packages at the unique oasis.

One of these packages is the Colorado Fishing Package. With this package, guests will enjoy luxury accommodations for two as they explore the beautiful outdoors during a 6-hour guided fishing trip. Another package is the “Elope on Tabletop Mountain” Elopement Package; perfect for brides who are looking to elope in picturesque Golden, Colorado, the Elopement Package fills any mountain wedding needs.

Since their closure, the Table Mountain Inn and Table Mountain Grill & Cantina have implemented the additional sanitation and safety protocols based on the most current information available for the hospitality industry. For example, Table Mountain Grill & Cantina re-opened on June 1st, 2020 to offer dine-in service, while continuing contactless pick-up service and delivery through the DoorDash delivery app. All around the inn and restaurant, social distancing and masks are required, and guests will find sanitizing stations throughout the property. Find comfort and adventure at the Table Mountain Inn today and book your stay.

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Johnny & The Mongrels – Louisiana Girl

Based in Colorado but nourished by the elixir of Louisiana music, blues rockers Johnny & The Mongrels will release both the music and the video for “Louisiana Girl,” the second single from their upcoming album CREOLE SKIES, today. The full album drops July 17.

“Louisiana Girl’ was inspired by the countless moments I was immersed in the culture, atmosphere and energy that is Louisiana,” says Ryan, who spent much of 1987 through 1990 living in the state. “The people are always living in the now, wanting nothing more than to make the best of every moment and make sure you’re always invited to come along for the ride. And specifically, it’s a tribute to the ladies of Louisiana and that spirit they eternally display.”

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Hotel Boulderado Summer Packages

2020 ushered in the 111-year anniversary for Hotel Boulderado, an iconic property located in downtown Boulder, Colorado, and this year also brought the first time in the hotel’s history that it would shutter for business. However, with the community’s support, the Boulderado re-opened on June 1st, 2020. With the increasing news and concern around the COVID-19 pandemic, Hotel Boulderado would like to assure the community that the health and safety of guests and employees is their top priority.

Since re-opening on June 1st, 2020, Hotel Boulderado is pleased to announce new Summer hotel packages for travelers of all ages. Encouraging the exploration of the beautiful community that Hotel Boulderado calls home, guests have the opportunity to enjoy a romantic lobster dinner for two with luxury accommodations, play like a pro at Flatirons Golf Course, or learn about the rich history of the iconic property. In addition, the Boulderado is offering a new Elopement Package for those looking to tie the knot in a more intimate manner.

*A Night Away Package*

For this limited-time summer package, guests can choose from a room in the hotel’s historic wing, which features Victorian décor inspired by the year the hotel opened, 1909, or the contemporary North Wing, which offers beautifully appointed rooms and sweeping views of the Flatirons. This romantic package includes a Lobster dinner for two with clam or corn chowder, a house salad, steamed potatoes, fresh sweet corn on the cob, house-made biscuit strawberry shortcake, and of course fresh steamed live Maine lobster. Guests will be able to choose a bottle of house wine based on their preference. Rates start at $229 per night, based on double occupancy. Available through July 31, 2020. Call 303.442.4344 or visit https://reservations.travelclick.com/13070?ProdID=718835&LanguageID=1 to book.

Guests and locals alike are also welcome to enjoy a weekly Lobster Pot Patio Pop-Up menu Thursdays through Sundays on the al fresco Pine Street Patio. Each week offers different specials, with a full lobster dinner and surf-n-turf options available. Two additional restaurants are open on property, including Spruce Farm & Fish and The Corner Bar.

*Stay & Play Package*

Stay and Play like a pro with this fabulous package featuring two nights of deluxe accommodations, breakfast for two each morning, and 18 holes of golf at Flatirons Golf Course. Guests are responsible for booking tee-times direct with Flatirons Golf Course (303-442-7851). Guests should note that current COVID guidelines require pre-booking and payment of fees prior to the day of play at Flatirons Golf Course. Cart rental and practice facilities are closed at this time. Walking-only play for now. Please let Hotel Boulderado know about any shuttle needs in advance. Rates start at $349 per night, based on double occupancy. Available through December 30, 2020. Call 303.442.4344 or visit https://reservations.travelclick.com/13070?ProdID=711062&LanguageID=1 to book.

*Boulderado History Package*

Explore the history of Hotel Boulderado during your stay in Boulder, Colorado. Enjoy accommodations in a deluxe room, wake-up to breakfast for two at Spruce Farm & Fish, and explore the award-winning self-guided history tour of the property with a complimentary history pamphlet and a copy of “Legend of a Landmark,” which details the history of Hotel Boulderado. Guests may reserve a guided history tour with the hotel’s in-house historian through the Front Desk. Rates start at $160 per night, based on double occupancy. Available through December 30, 2020. Call 303.442.4344 or visit https://reservations.travelclick.com/13070?ProdID=718939&LanguageID=1 to book.

*Elopement Package*

Brides who are looking for an intimate wedding experience need look no further than the Hotel Boulderado’s Elopement Package. The romantic package includes:

· The Night Before

o   Fresh flower arrangement and in-room amenity upon arrival

o   Cocktails and appetizers for Happy Hour in the Lobby

· On Your Wedding Day

o   Breakfast for two at Spruce Farm & Fish

o   Explore Boulder! Inquire about guided hikes, bike tours, and other activities (not included in pricing)

o   Hair and Make-Up services for one person (on-site, or at one of our partner salons within walking distance)

o   Personal florals (Bouquet and Boutonniere)

o   Late afternoon ceremony at your location of choice: Grand Staircase, Boulderado Courtyard, or Juniper Room (additional locations available, not included in pricing)

o   Professional Wedding Photographer for two hours

o   Romantic 4-course dinner at Spruce Farm & Fish, complete with Petite Wedding Cake

This package is priced at $3,000.00 and is available to guests who book two or more nights at the hotel. Accommodations are not included in the price. You may include up to eight additional people in your ceremony and celebratory dinner. Food and beverage charges for additional guests will be billed accordingly. Custom and partial elopement packages are also available. Based on availability. Expires December 31, 2020. Call 303.442.4344 or visit https://www.boulderado.com/elopementpack/ to book.

Hotel Boulderado’s health and safety measures address disinfecting for a broad spectrum of germs and viruses, including COVID-19, and include everything from employee hygiene and handwashing to cleaning products and procedures for guest rooms and public spaces and requiring masks on all employees and guests. For more information on all safety measures Hotel Boulderado is taking regarding COVID-19, visit https://www.boulderado.com/covid-19/.

ABOUT HOTEL BOULDERADO

The Beating Heart of Downtown Boulder. Since 1909, Hotel Boulderado has offered Rocky Mountain elegance in the heart of downtown Boulder. Located one block from the famous Pearl Street Mall, Hotel Boulderado features 160 guest rooms decorated with either a modern mountain style or historic Victorian style. Hotel Boulderado exudes the welcoming, friendly and unconventional charm that makes the “People’s Republic of Boulder” so beloved. Stop in for coffee, cocktails, and conversation in Hotel Boulderado’s famous atrium lobby. Ride the original Otis elevator. Sit on the patio of locals’ favorite, The Corner Bar. Climb the grand staircase where thousands of Boulder brides and grooms have said “I do.” Enjoy creative, contemporary cuisine and brunch all day, every day in Spruce Farm & Fish. Check out License No. 1, the first Boulder bar to sport a liquor license. If you want real Boulder, you’ll find it at Hotel Boulderado.

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Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside

For the seventh year in a row, Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside has been recognized as the best ski hotel in Canada by consumers and leading industry professionals. Held on November 23rd, in Kitzbühel, Austria, the World Ski Awards – regarded as “the Oscars of the travel industry” – honoured the all-suite, lodge-style hotel for its impeccable and personalized service, outstanding amenities, and unrivalled location steps from gondolas to both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. 

The World Ski Awards were created to elevate standards within the ski industry, recognizing, rewarding, and celebrating excellence in ski tourism across the globe. Awards span across the world’s top 25 ski tourism nations, with categories that include ‘Best Ski Resort’, ‘Best Ski Hotel’, ‘Best Ski Boutique Hotel’, and ‘Best Ski Chalet’. Each year, hundreds of thousands of tourism professionals, skiers, and media cast their votes for their favourite ski tourism destinations and brands; and this year, winners were celebrated at the three-day awards gala that took place between November 22nd and 24th

Pan Pacific Whistler overcame a strong mix of contenders from across the country, defeating properties such as The Fairmont Banff Springs, The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, The Rimrock Resort Hotel, and Post Hotel & Spa. Neighbouring properties, including Four Seasons Resort & Residences Whistler, and The Fairmont Chateau Whistler, were also nominated for the national award. 

“Our team is so humbled and beyond thrilled to once again be named the best ski hotel in Canada”, said Julie Lanteigne, general manager of Pan Pacific Whistler hotels. “It’s so gratifying to have been nominated among such an elite group of properties across the world and to know that this prestigious title is a result of votes from our visitors and industry peers alike. An award such as this continues to motivate us to elevate the experience of each guest as they discover why Whistler is regarded as the world-class ski destination that it is.” 

The property’s sister resort – Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre – located in the heart of Whistler Village, received a nomination for best ski boutique hotel. The property also has a selection of suites with a private residence feel, complimentary daily breakfast buffet for all guests, and easy access to all adventures Whistler offers. For more information or to book at either property, click here.

About Pan Pacific Whistler

Pan Pacific Whistler is a haven of comfort with two thoughtfully designed properties nestled between Whistler’s majestic mountains and anchoring its vibrant village. Both Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre and Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside invite guests to replenish and experience true contentment with an array of comforting and convenient amenities. Every one of its suites is a fully outfitted home-away-from-home with modern amenities, fully-equipped kitchens, and warm accents blended to create a comforting oasis. Visitors can enjoy the warmth of their in-room fireplace or take in breath-taking mountain and village vistas from their own private balcony. www.panpacific.com

The Josie Hotel

The Josie Hotel Named Canada’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel at 2019 World Ski AwardsRossland’s ski-in, ski-out boutique resort wins coveted World Ski Award

The Josie Hotel — the Kootenay Rockies’ home base for adventure on RED Mountain — has been awarded Canada’s Best Boutique Ski Hotel in the 2019 World Ski Awards. Canada’s Best Boutique Ski Hotel is one of the most coveted categories in the prestigious World Ski Awards competition. This year, a record number of votes were cast, and The Josie stood apart from the over 1.6 million votes cast by wanderlusters and adventurers alike craving fresh powder and alpine air. Topping it off, the Noble House Hotels & Resorts property was also named one of the top three resorts in the World’s Best New Ski Hotel category. 

Inspired by Rossland’s rugged peaks, lush forests and 3,850 acres of unfettered ski and snowboard trails, The Josie entices those who crave adventure with luxe amenities, personalized service and an unbeatable location — just steps from RED Mountain Resort, one of the top 10 largest ski resorts in North America. Since opening in November 2018, the hotel – situated along the world-renowned Powder Highway – has attracted global interest among ski and snowboard enthusiasts seeking pristine powder and terrain that fulfils adrenaline rushes. 

The World Ski Awards aims to raise the bar within the ski industry by recognizing and rewarding organizations that demonstrate leadership in the field of ski tourism. Votes for the World Ski Awards were cast by professionals working within the ski and snowboard industry, including senior executives, travel buyers, tour operators, agents and media; as well as by consumers with a hunger for winter wanderings. The winners, now considered the best in the world, met at the annual World Ski Awards gala, which took place this year in Kitzbühel, Austria, from November 22 to 24.

“It is such an honour to be named among the best in the world and receive the coveted award of Canada’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel,” said Jesse Crockett, general manager of The Josie. “Sharing Rossland’s story with the world is one of our top priorities — the local culture that is deeply embedded in our hotel is one of the reasons we think we stand out. It’s the rich history and friendly atmosphere (not to mention prime skiing and snowboarding) that brings people to Rossland. It is extremely humbling the World Ski Awards has recognized not only The Josie, but also Rossland, for excellence in ski tourism.”

The Josie invites all who are on the hunt for winter thrills to visit and experience a quintessentially Canadian winter, packed with acres of untouched powder, rolling vistas and warm and luxurious suites to rest one’s head. The uncrowded terrain backed by a landscape of snow-capped peaks and forests will certainly satisfy one’s quest for adventure. Those looking for even more adventure in the backcountry can also take advantage of untouched territory with RED’s one-ride cat ski experience. The cat whisks advanced skiers to areas of Mt. Kirkup inaccessible by chairlift to 1,600 feet of vertical spread across nearly 200 acres; best of all, the thrilling journey won’t break the bank with a one-ride ticket priced at $10. 

To book a winter getaway and experience the heart of the Kootenay Rockies — the epitome of Canadian winter adventures — visit thejosie.com.

About The Josie Hotel:

Experience the true soul exhilaration of living for today at The Josie hotel (The Josie). The Josie is a boutique ski-in/ski-out hotel located at the base of RED Mountain Resort (RED) in Rossland, British Columbia. With 106 guest rooms and suites, crackling fire pits, a premier spa, fitness facility and ski concierge services; The Josie merges boutique accommodations with authentic Red Mountain adventure and the distinct spirit of Rossland. After a day on the slopes, guests can experience The Josie’s signature cedar barrel saunas, which promote muscle relaxation, improved circulation and feel-good endorphins. The destination hotel — named Canada’s Best Boutique Ski Resort in the 2019 World Ski Awards and the second best ski hotel in the 2019 USA 10Best Awards — also boasts more than 1,500 square feet of unique venue space and an adjoining terrace, all with stunning vistas of RED and the Rossland range. The Velvet Restaurant and Lounge (The Velvet), The Josie’s full-service dining establishment, serves locally-inspired craft cooking. To meet The Josie, please visit thejosie.com and follow @thejosiehotel.  

About Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Ltd.:

A privately held company for more than 35 years, Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Ltd. was founded in 1979 by owner and chairman Patrick R. Colee as a commercial property development group, later transitioning in 1994 to the dynamic hospitality ownership and management company it is today. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington and continuously growing, Noble House owns and manages an upscale portfolio of 18 distinct and visually captivating hotel properties, over 50 hotel restaurants, bars and lounges, the Napa Valley Wine Train, and a collection of spas, marinas, and private residences spanning the U.S. and Canada. Beachfront resorts spanning California and Florida are complimented by luxury retreats in Jackson Hole, Colorado, and British Columbia and balanced with a collection of urban hotels in Seattle, San Francisco, and College Station, Texas. Built upon a philosophy that emphasizes location, distinction, and soul, Noble House Hotels & Resorts dedicates itself to creating and managing exceptional properties that celebrate the local destination that surrounds. For more information, visit NobleHouseHotels.com or call Noble House Hotels & Resorts at 877-NOBLE-TRIP.  

About William Cole:

William Cole is a boutique, full-service private real estate development company headquartered in Bryan, Texas. Formed in 1996 and named for the two sons of the founder, William Cole focuses on the development, acquisition, marketing and operation of carefully selected, hospitality-focused real estate including boutique hotels, private golf clubs, wellness facilities and entire master planned communities. From the initial vision through commissioning, William Cole delivers projects of lasting significance to their communities. For more information, visit WilliamColeInc.com or call William Cole Inc. at 281-580-2085.  

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Rolls-Royce Denver

Today, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars announced a new retail partner in Denver as the brand establishes a presence in the Rocky Mountain Region. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Denver will meet the demand for the world’s premier luxury brand with the growing community of UHNWI in the Mile-High City and surrounding area. The announcement came at the 10th annual ‘Flight to Luxury’ event benefiting PIVOT and presented by Cuvée. The luxury gathering at Centennial airport to showcase the latest in luxury goods including private jets, fashion and motor cars has raised over $9 Million in its 10-year history supporting programs for Colorado’s youth. The New Rolls-Royce dealer is part of Stewart’s Classics of Colorado luxury auto group that has been providing the highest quality service to luxury lovers in the Rocky Mountain Region for the past forty years.

As our family of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has grown over the past years, it’s critical that we provide a face and home for Rolls-Royce throughout North America,’ said Martin Fritsches, President and CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Americas. “We offer the finest motor cars and unparalleled Bespoke capabilities for our clients, and I am confident that the team at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Denver will match that level of quality in representing the brand in Denver.”

It’s an honor to now represent the ultimate name in luxury for our clients,” said Michael Parchment, Director of Business Development for Stewart’s Classics of Colorado, parent of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Denver. “Both the Rolls-Royce Brand and our clients expect only the best level of sales consultation and service and we will deliver. From creating your own Bespoke Creation to maintaining your Rolls-Royce for years to come, we will deliver.”

While Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will initially be operating from the dealerships Highlands Ranch location, construction will soon begin on a brand new state of the art showroom including a Rolls-Royce Bespoke lounge in the Denver area. The brand’s full portfolio of motor cars will be offered by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Denver, including Cullinan, the eight generation Phantom, Ghost, Wraith, Dawn and the dynamic and bold range of Rolls-Royce Black Badge models. The new dealership will offer both new and Provenance Pre-Owned Rolls-Royce offerings, as well as full service by trained and certified Rolls-Royce technicians.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Denver

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Denver is the latest addition to the brand’s family of 38 dealers in the United States. Part of Stewart’s Classics of Colorado, the new dealer operates from its Highlands Ranch location at 1480 East County Line Road. Rolls-Royce is the latest addition to the 5 ultra-luxury brands offered at this location. Construction will soon begin on a brand new state of the art showroom including a Rolls-Royce Bespoke lounge in the Denver area.

Flight to Luxury

Flight to Luxury is a ‘Hangar Party’ Benefiting PIVOT held at two of Denver’s private jet hangars: Modern Aviation and Signature Flight Support, at Centennial Airport. The showcase of the latest in luxury goods including private jets, fashion and motor cars and Cuvée’s singular villa and experiential travel offerings has raised more than $9 Million and changed thousands of lives in its 10-year history supporting programs for Colorado’s youth. ,

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars achieved the highest annual sales in the marque’s 115-year history, with 4,107 cars delivered to customers in over 50 countries around the world in 2018. In a year of multiple records, the world’s foremost luxury house also enjoyed unprecedented demand for Bespoke creations, and launched the new Cullinan – the Rolls-Royce of SUVs – to great international acclaim. The Americas is the largest geographic region for the brand, representing about one-third of all deliveries.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the BMW Group and is a completely separate company from Rolls-Royce plc, the manufacturer of aircraft engines and propulsion systems. Over 2,000 skilled men and women are employed at the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ head office and manufacturing plant at Goodwood, West Sussex, the only place in the world where the company’s super-luxury motor cars are hand-built.

CBDistillery

CBDistillery was founded in 2015 by two Colorado natives. The legacy brand of Balanced Health Botanicals (BHB), CBDistillery was born with the mission to bring the highest quality, fairly priced CBD to the masses. CBDistillery is now one of the nations’ largest and fastest growing retailers of hemp-derived CBD products in the world, reporting $41.3 million for 2018 (450% growth YoY). Today, BHB owns and operated some of the largest manufacturing operations and brands, including CBDistillery, in the hemp-derived CBD market. Through vertical integration, BHB is uniquely positioned to control the entire process from seed-to-sale. BHB is known for its high-quality consumer-focused products and best-in-class manufacturing processes.

In a recent segment, co-hosts and lifestyle expert Lifestyle expert, Milly Almodovar gave viewers a breakdown of CBD and the different products available in the market.

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