June 14, 2014
Mustangs line Lincoln Avenue during the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup Show ’n’ Shine.
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A ton of horsepower will be roaring down Rabbit Ears Pass and into Steamboat Springs for the 28th annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup.
“The city can't be the only partner, and there's gotta be a better way to fund it,” Counciwoman Kathi Meyer said Tuesday as the Steamboat Springs City Council weighed a $100,000 request from the Chamber to fund a group sales program in the city. “Shouldn't this (group sales) position be funded by all the groups who benefit? If the Chamber truly believes this will be good for business, there should be a lot of skin in the game from a lot of entities.”
The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is again asking the Steamboat Springs City Council to contribute money to a program that aims to lure more group conferences to the city.
A statewide study from Dean Runyan Associates claims overnight visitors to Routt County spent $342 million on their lodging, food and other travel-related items last year.
The 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback is a car the entire Krauss family can enjoy. Loveland resident Todd Krauss spotted the car in his neighborhood 11 years, made an offer and spent four years restoring it back to its original glory with a fresh coat of rangoon red paint.