Denver – Your Year Around Business Destination

DMR_week27_1My aunt Joyce in Minneapolis used to warn me about flying through Denver in the winter time. I never took her seriously until I got stuck there — for a few days. The weather was so bad that all flights were cancelled for at least a day. All the other flights were full and driving was out of the question, so I just had to stick it out for a few days ’till I could get back home. Now that I think about it, I don’t know if I’d checked for a train.

I was given a handy dandy motel voucher and meal ticket and I must say that I had a really good time. As much as you can in a snowstorm that is. The restaurant and bar near the Motel 6 (don’t laugh, it was nice back then!) was quite lively. There was a game on, darned if I can remember which one, but I was amazed at how many people showed up for that. Hearty people, those Coloradans!

I thought of trying to visit another client while I was down there, but decided to slack off. Mostly because I just didn’t feel like taking a taxi to their offices. Who knows what that would cost with traffic crawling like a turtle?!

There was nowhere to have a meeting at the Motel 6 and the ritzier places were just way too expensive. Especially since this was a potential new client – which means I had no idea if we’d ever even get his business. Far as I remember, we didn’t. So I can just imagine what the CFO would have said about a high priced hotel meeting room on my expense report.

When I travel to Denver now, I always go in the spring, summer or fall. No more winter for me! Back then, I had never heard about a facility such as Davinci, whereas today I could get a meeting room for around $15 an hour! Years back, I can’t even imagine how inexpensive it could have been if it is that cheap today!

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Coco Quillen

Coco Quillen

Coco is the Vice President of Operations at Davinci Meeting Rooms. She manages the strategic development and operational implementation of services for Davinci. She works closely with all teams to ensure customers are well taken care of. Google