Your Community Development Organization

Vail Valley Partnership is the regional community development organization, dedicated to the economic vitality of the Vail Valley. We support local businesses. We unite key stakeholders. We lead collaborative efforts throughout the community.

With a membership of 800+ organizations that spans the Vail Valley and beyond, Vail Valley Partnership is dedicated to ensuring local business success and fostering regional economic vitality by offering local business tools & resources, promoting the Eagle River Valley to destination guests, and initiating economic development efforts.

The Partnership’s efforts and benefit to the community include three distinct, yet connected roles:

Chamber of Commerce: Business benefits and tools including; member benefits, networking & educational events, signature programs, member savings & educational programming, and marketing tools for our members.

Destination Marketing Organization: Tourism promotion efforts encompass our group & leisure sales efforts and include the production of Visit Vail Valley, The Official Visitor's Guide to the Vail Valley, as well as our valley-wide tourism information website, and year-round online lodging booking engine The Partnership's destination sales and marketing efforts resulted in $74,000,000+ of direct spending in the Eagle River Valley and $4,500,000 in state and local tax revenue in 2013.

Economic Development: The Economic Council of Eagle County helps lead regional economic development efforts including the Economic Research Center, the 2013 Eagle County Economic Development Plan, as well as the Eagle Air Alliance to help grow air service programs at our airport. The goal of these various efforts is to work collaboratively with both private and public entities to enhance the economic prosperity of the region via tourism and support of the business community.

Join today and grow your business with Vail Valley Partnership!


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