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Debbie Flynn Kovalik

Executive Director

Grand Junction Palomino Inn

HQ Phone:  (970) 683-3888

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Grand Junction Palomino Inn

2504 Hwy 6 And 50 Ste 500

Grand Junction, Colorado,81505

United States

Company Description

Grand Junction is the largest city on Colorado's Western Slope, and serves as a hub for transportation and shipping between Denver and Salt Lake City. The population of the Grand Junction, according to the 2010 Census, is 146,723. The name Grand Junction stems...more

Background Information

Employment History

Department Director

City of Grand Junction


Director of Marketing and Public Relations

Colorado Springs Gazette


Affiliations

Grand Circle Association

Board Member


Club 20

Chair of Tourism Committee


Web References(138 Total References)


Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau (GJVCB) Staff | Grand Junction, CO

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Debbie Kovalik, Executive Director


Mesa County Fair wine contest honors many local wineries - Colorado Wine

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Debbie Kovalik, executive director, Grand Junction Visitors and Convention Bureau.
She has spent the last 24 years helping promote Colorado's wine industry. Kovalik was named "Friend of Colorado Wine" by the Colorado Association for Viticulture and Enology (CAVE) in 2013.


www.gjsentinel.com

Debbie Kovalik, executive director of the Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau, asked councilors during a Monday night workshop if they would like to weigh in on how the venue is managed in the future.
The Avalon Theatre has drawn 88,000 people this year, in its first year after a nearly $10 million remodel. The venue made nearly $58,000 this year, which is a turnaround from years of operating in the red. Kovalik said councilors have yet to give direction on how they would like to see the venue operate in the future. "We'd love to have more input from council," Kovalik said. Providing movies has been "a way we can keep the lights on," Kovalik said. Kovalik said some Avalon board members are wondering how the venue can have more large acts and attractions utilize the space. And if Kovalik is smart she can offer the council publicly to submit ideas but behind closed doors she should be asking them to stay the hell away!


www.gjsentinel.com

Author Larry Ceplair, right, who co-wrote "Dalton Trumbo: Blacklisted Hollywood Radical," hands an autographed copy of the book to Debbie Kovalik at Friday night's reception and film screening event at the Avalon Theatre in downtown Grand Junction.
Kovalik is executive director of the Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau.


www.gjsentinel.com

And that's music to the ears of someone such as Debbie Kovalik, executive director of the Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau.
For years, Kovalik and the bureau have promoted such events, and the region is now starting to see crowds return to the Grand Valley to attend them. "We are seeing a really strong increase in business coming in here just in the last three months," said Kovalik, adding that most hotels in the valley were hanging their "no vacancy" signs this weekend.


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