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(left to right) Bill Rey, owner of Claggett Rey Gallery in Vail, Ceil Folz, President of the Vail Valley Foundation, Kelli McDonald, Economic Development Manager for the Town of Vail, Rachel Packer, Director of Public Relations and Marketing, Bravo!(left to right) Bill Rey, owner of Claggett Rey Gallery in Vail, Ceil Folz, President of the Vail Valley Foundation, Kelli McDonald, Economic Development Manager for the Town of Vail, Rachel Packer, Director of Public Relations and Marketing, Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival, Monica McCafferty, Public Relations Manager, Vail Valley Partnership, Leslie Fordham, Vail’s Art in Public Places Coordinator and Jason Denhart, Festival Events Coordinator and Development Associate for Bravo!, gather outside the Hamilton Building, Denver Art Museum, for the kickoff to the 2007 Vail Summer Cultural Season Featuring Bravo! Colorado Vail Valley Music Festival and the Vail International Dance Festival.
Chef Jake Linzinmeir, owner/executive chef of Telluride’s Bluepoint Grill, Excelsior Café and Chair 8 restaurants demonstrates his skills at the Denver preview reception of the Telluride Festival of the Arts at Roth Concept Center—home of the Sub-Zero and Wolf Living Kitchen hosted by CH&L, Telluride Festival of the Arts, Wolf, Sub-Zero, Telluride Mountain Village, Inn at Lost Creek, Wm Ohs Showrooms, and Cherry Creek Arts Festival.

Deni Brotherton
of CH&L, Charles Randolph, President, Lifescape Associates and CH&L Publisher Jennifer L. Williams, at the Telluride Festival of the Arts Pre-Party to celebrate with sponsors before the August 16 - 19 Festival in Telluride’s Mountain Village.

Michael De Leon
, Public Relations & Marketing Director of Telluride Mountain Village and Kate Danaher, Guest Services & Special Events Manager of Telluride Mountain Village, join the CH&L staff to welcome sponsors to their August event.

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