Summit County is nestled in the center of the Colorado Rockies just west of the Continental Divide. Home to six municipalities (Blue River, Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Montezuma, and Silverthorne) and four major ski resorts (Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Keystone), Summit County is one of the top travel and leisure destinations in all of Colorado.
The Summit County winter season starts as early as November and ends in approximately the middle of April, while the summer continues May through late September. With a wide range of activities that include; shopping, nightlife, food, music/concerts, fishing, hiking, arts festivals, and the most popular ski destinations, Summit County is host to millions of tourists throughout the year.
Summit County is full of year round outdoor & community activities.
Summer: Run the Rockies, Colorado BBQ Challenge, Wanderlust Colorado, Breckenridge Beer Festival, Breck Bike Week, Gathering at the Great Divide Art Festival, Breckenridge Ocktoberfest, Bluegrass and Beer Festival, Breckenridge Festival of Film, Keystone Wine & Jazz Festival, local Farmers Markets and much more…
Winter: Copper Mountain Colorado Days, Hartford Disabled Sports Ski Spectacular, USSA Grand Prix, Burton Mountain Festival, USASA Golden Ticket, Frisco Adventure Park Tubing Hill, Ullr Fest, Imperial Challenge, Snow fest, and more…
Resorts and Location information:
Located approximately 65 West of miles Denver directly off of I-70, Summit County is easy to access for any traveling tourist. Resorts and condominium facilities are strategically placed throughout the county focusing on the ski towns and local hot spots such as Silverthorne and Frisco Villages. The Summit Stage Transit Service caters to all these areas making transit advertising visible to ski areas, shopping centers, medical centers, and residential areas.
- Vail Resorts reported 5.33 million visits at its four Colorado Resorts and Colorado Ski Country USA announced 6.9 million visits to its 22-member ski areas, thus putting Colorado above the 12 million mark for a single season. Nationwide skier visits increased to their highest ever recorded at 60.54 million.
- Median age of 36.4 years in 2010.
- Median Household income for 2007-2011: $67,915
- Summit County lies within the most travel dependent region of the state with 2011 figures of $617.5 million in travel spending, $162.5 million of industry earnings, and 6,510 jobs.
- New construction activity has improved to over $200 million dollars in the 2011/2012 season.
- Rate of growth was 15th among all Colorado counties between 2000 and 2010.
Summit County offers up to 24 buses providing service to ski areas, shopping centers, medical centers and many residential areas. With route coverage for Boreas Pass, Frisco, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, Leadville, Dillon, Keystone, and Wildernest; your advertisement will be sure to capture tourists and resident’s attention throughout the market. Each of these buses provides a unique advertising opportunity for your business to “Get The Word Out!”
We at Street Media Group are able to offer a wide variety of Bus Advertising products to promote your service or product. Ad space on each bus includes panel ads that can be placed on any side along with a combination of Larger Than Life, King Kong, Tail Wrap, for Full Wrap.
Whether you already have a design or just an idea, look no further than Street Media Group. We have professional designers in house that will help your vision come to life. Whether you are a local business or national organization, we can accommodate your advertising needs. We aren’t successful unless, you are successful, let us help you get there!