"Everything Evergreen" hitting the app store in July

A new app put out by the Evergreen Chamber of Commerce aims to inform visitors and locals about what the area has to offer

Olivia Jewell Love
olove@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 6/29/22

The Evergreen Chamber of Commerce is launching a new app in coming weeks that will help visitors and locals alike find all the information they need to enjoy Evergreen to the fullest. 

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"Everything Evergreen" hitting the app store in July

A new app put out by the Evergreen Chamber of Commerce aims to inform visitors and locals about what the area has to offer

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The Evergreen Chamber of Commerce is launching a new app in coming weeks that will help visitors and locals alike find all the information they need to enjoy Evergreen to the fullest. 

The app, called “Everything Evergreen,” is slated for release in July. It will feature sections “eat, shop, play and stay,” which will provide information about businesses, restaurants, recreation areas and more around Evergreen.

Chamber President Nancy Judge said the idea came from the limited hours the visitor’s center in Evergreen is open. She hopes the app can provide on-demand information. 

“We live in such an immediate world, that people want that information available to them when they want it,” she said. 

Judge saw people posting in community groups looking for recommendations for food, drinks and services, and she envisions the new app being a dedicated space for people to find this kind of information. 

“The coolest part to me is that all the information will be available to everyone at their fingertips,” Judge said. 

The app, which will be free to download in the app store, will require no logins, and the information in the downloaded app will be available even without service or Wifi. 

“Everything Evergreen” will be a work-in-progress as the developers learn what the community needs from it, but Judge said she hopes the app can eventually provide maps of trails and ski areas nearby. The Chamber’s event calendar also will be accessible in the app. 

Judge said the local businesses involved are excited to collaborate with the app launch, and she sees this being a useful resource for visitors and residents.

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