The Antlers at Vail, one of the conference’s sponsor hotels
Vail, Colorado —March 15, 2010—What better place to strategize positive environmental change than high in the Rocky Mountains in the progressive town of Vail? The Vail Symposium’s ENERGY + ENVIRONMENT Conference March 22-23, 2010 features two days of seminars and lively discussions about climate change and policy as well as keynote speakers Governor Bill Ritter, David Fleischaker and Amory Lovins. Registration for the two-day event — which includes lunch both days and a reception on March 22 — is $300; a one day pass is available for either day for $175.
Stay packages are available for $750, and include the two-day pass and deeply discounted accommodations in Vail for two nights; participating hotels include Antlers at Vail, Montaneros, Mountain Haus, Lionsquare Lodge, Vail Racquet Club and Christie Lodge. The conference is held at the LEED-certified Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa in Avon. For more information or to make a reservation, call the Vail Symposium at 970-476-0954.
Media Contacts: Carrie Marsh, Executive Director, Vail Symposium, firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-476-0954 or Rob LeVine, Vail Symposium Chairman of the Board and Antlers at Vail General Manager, RLeVine@antlersvail.com, 970-476-2471.