Glenwood Springs, Colo., is paying visitors $100 to visit the town famous for its hot springs until Nov. 30.
The town’s tourism business announced in late August that it would be extending the stimulus program, which began in the spring during the coronavirus pandemic, through Nov. 30 as part of an effort to boost fall tourism in the area.
“Following the reopening of Glenwood Springs’ major attractions, the Glenwood Springs tourism promotion board decided that this gift was the right move, not only to support our local tourism-dependent businesses but also to reward our dedicated visitor base,” said Lisa Langer, director of tourism promotion for Visit Glenwood Springs, said in a statement.
The first 1,000 visitors who qualify will receive $100 in “Glenwood Gold Community Currency” upon arrival in the town as part of an effort to boost fall tourism in the area.
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