Travel Boulder is a fabulous magazine launched in early 2018 by well-known journalist and Colorado native Aimee Heckel.
The goal of Travel Boulder is to help long-time residents, those new to, and those visiting Boulder connect with the community and make the most of their everyday experience. They do this by creating what they refer to as the “ultimate guide” which connects you with local arts and culture, family-friendly activities, live music, events and festivals, restaurant guides and reviews, shopping suggestions and more.
This month’s articles included a feature on Boulder’s newest health food restaurant, Flower Child, opened at 2580 Arapahoe Ave. #110 and owned by Hannah Timm who describes the restaurant as “fast and casual” and hopes to bring together a group of “dynamic personalities willing to learn and grow with a great company.” The menu is fresh and flavorful, and the staff is happy to help you find exactly what you are looking for–even if that means making substitutions!
Other articles published recently feature a list of new businesses opening in the downtown Boulder area this year, those that are closing, the announcement of an “American Ninja Warrior” training gym opening in Lafayette and even an article on how to camp (without the tent!).
Though the magazine is still relatively new to the Boulder area it’s already garnering the public’s attention. Their social media pages have been gaining followers consistently and circulation has nearly doubled since January 2018.
Meghan Bach, a real estate agent with Colorado Landmark Realtors, and current advertiser with the magazine appreciates that the magazine features both a print and digital version. “Their site is a great resource, while their publication is already in so many hot spots for Boulder tourism and new buyers… I’m thinking and hopeful this becomes the go-to publication and site for folks visiting and/or considering moving to Boulder.”
Not only is the magazine a great place to advertise, it’s also a great place to get involved and make connections within the Boulder community. Staff writers live in Boulder, are in tune with the pulse of the town and can offer fantastic recommendations, all of the advertisements are for great local businesses, so what are you waiting for?
Check out Travel Boulder online or in print today!
There is a digital version of the magazine available online at www.travelboulder.com, and a print version of the magazine is available at the Boulder Visitor Center, the Boulder Chamber, Chautauqua Park, and numerous other locations around town.
About the Editor:
Aimee Heckel is the current editor of Travel Boulder. Travel writing has always been a focus of Heckel’s which is what inspired her to create and become the head writer and editor for TravelBoulder.com. She has traveled the world extensively to write about humanitarian issues, and even spent time attended college in Germany before graduating from Colorado State University. Since then Heckel was named the top journalism graduate in the nation and has worked as a contributing editor for USA Today, a staff writer for the Boulder Daily Camera for over 15 years and has contributed to more than 40 books both as a writer and editor.