GoI70.com urges mountain businesses to offer stay-over deals to I-70 travellers

By Real Vail
November 15, 2011
Rather than sit in gridlock on I70, there are plenty of Eagle County visitors that, given a reason, would stay in the high country longer.

Businesses along the I70 corridor are invited to partner with the I70 Coalition and post specials targeted to the I70 weekend traveler on GoI70.com and GoI70.com/mobile.

GoI70, the only travel information source specifically targeted to the I70 corridor, provides timely information that allows visitors to make better choices about when they jump on the interstate.

The GoI70 website and mobile app provide a unique opportunity for companies along the corridor to reach their ideal target market – travelers who are looking for a way to fill some time rather than fight traffic.

The listing is free and businesses only need to meet two simple criteria: 1) the special deal or discount must apply specifically to Saturday and/or Sunday between 3:00 and 6:00 p.m.; and 2) the copy can be no more than 25 characters and should include a phone, address or web address. See examples at www.GoI70.com/wp/Deals .

According to Margaret Bowes, Program Manager for the I70 Coalition, “The Coalition welcomes the partnership between its GoI70 project and the local business community as everyone benefits. Local businesses get more customers, I70 sees fewer cars during those peak travel times, and our visitors avoid frustrating traffic delays.”

Businesses are encouraged to send their listing information or questions to info@i70solutions.org

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