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Why choose Imprint Events?

Founded in 1969, Imprint Events Colorado is a full-service DMC and experiential event group that seeks to create one-of-a-kind experiences for our clients…events with identity. We understand that every event is different, but to us, each is equally important. Our boutique-style approach offers comprehensive design and execution strategies providing solutions for everything from high-level corporate meetings with in-house content driven products to custom activities, transportation and special events.

Our diverse team of industry experts have over 507 combined-years of experience bringing energy, originality and unerring customer service to every event we produce. An Imprint event has character, it’s just in our DNA. We are committed to delivering creative and distinct experiences for your guests so no one Imprint event ever feels the same. That’s the Imprint way. We invite you to experience the difference!

Destination Management

Imprint Group is one of 24 chartered accredited DMCs worldwide which means we hold ourselves to the highest industry standard and prove our work each and every year.

Consider our team your experts on the ground for the best activities, tours, and events to engage your guests and leave them with lasting memories. Leave hotel and transportation coordination to us. We love logistics and want to make your destination experience as easy as possible.

  • Meeting Management

  • Site Selection

  • Hotel Coordination

  • Transportation

  • Custom Tours & Activities

  • Design & Décor

  • Dine Arounds

  • Entertainment

  • Giveaways & Promotional Items





Aspen lives up to it’s winter reputations with four ski mountains that make up the terrain of the world-renowned Aspen Snowmass resort. Aspen Mountain, referred to by locals as Ajax, rises up from downtown, bringing a whole new meaning to ski-in, ski-out.

Buttermilk Mountain, the homebase for the Aspen X Games, is a kid’s and beginner’s paradise. Aspen Highlands boasts the legendary Highlanad Bowl, and Snowmass offers the largest recreational acreage and diversity, offering something for everyone. 



  • Ashcroft Ghost Town

  • John Denver Sanctuary

  • Continental Divide & Independence Pass

  • Top of Aspen Mountain

  • Wheeler Opera House

  • Winter – Ski, Snowboarding, Dog Sledding, Horseback Riding, Snowcat Tours, Ice Fishing, Cross-Country Skiing, Tubing, and more!

  • Summer – ATV Tours, Mountain Biking, Hot-Air Ballooning, Horseback Riding, White Water Rafting, Hiking and more!

The stunning scenery of Aspen lends itself to a plethora of other winter recreation including cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fly fishing, snowmobiling, and winter tours. It’s hard to pass up dinner at one of the town’s world-class restaurants or take in live music.

Summer months offer even more opportunities for outdoor recreation than winter. No matter what your outdoor ambitions are, there is something for everyone – rafting, hiking, horseback riding, ATV, biking, rock-climbing, fishing, golf, and hot-air ballooning to name a few. The fresh air and stunning scenery create the optimal place to get outside and explore!

Aspen’s base elevation is 7,908 feet and located 220 miles from Denver.



Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs has  become a popular city for visitors for a variety of reasons. Tourism, sports, high-tech industry and the military are just some of the driving forces behind this region.


Nearly six million people come to visit every year. Families come for a fun, affordable vacation and business people from all over the country attend meetings and conventions. They often stay a little longer to enjoy the scenery and attractions. There are many attractions and historical sites for every type of visitor. The area is well known for its spectacular natural beauty and outdoor scenery. From the 14,110-foot summit of Pikes Peak to the 'Garden of the Gods’ incredible sandstone rock formations, visitors can spend much of their time simply enjoying the natural wonders of the area.



  • In 1893, while on top of nearby Pikes Peak, Katharine Lee Bates was inspired to write the words to “America the Beautiful.”

  • The Pikes Peak Railway (515 Ruxton Ave., Manitou Springs), located about an hour and a half south of Denver, is the highest cog railway in the world, traveling 8.9 miles from 6,571 feet to the summit at 14,110 feet.

  • Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center

  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

  • Seven Falls Waterfall

  • Glen Eyrie Castle

When the founder and Civil War General William Jackson Palmer first gazed upon Pikes Peak and the region at its foot, he had a vision. His vision over a century ago played a significant role in the development of the community. He believed Colorado Springs and the surrounding area were a place worthy of development, but also of preservation.


Colorado Springs is a place of recreation, opportunity and exceptional beauty. Pikes Peak Mountain has been the center of attention in this region for thousands of years drawing people from all over the world. In 1806, Zebulon Pike, a young lieutenant who was never able to ascend the great mountain bearing his name, gazed upon the peak from over 100 miles away. However, long before Pike stepped into the area, the Ute Indians passed at the foot of the mountain as they traveled from their summer campgrounds to the winter hunting grounds.





In 2016, Denver was named the best place to live in the USA by U.S. News & World Report and has since been ranked as one of the fastest-growing major cities in the United States. Denver was also ranked as a 'Beta-World City' by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.

Nicknamed the 'Mile High City' because it sits at an elevation of exactly 5,280 feet above sea level – one mile high – Denver boasts over 300 days of sunshine and even on the snowiest days, often afternoons are full of sunlight. The Mile High City is also extremely dry and with less water vapor in the air at this altitude, the sky really is bluer in Colorado.