Every Day Downtown Colorado Springs

by Heather Sellers October 30, 2013 1 min read

Rocky Mountain Plan Company is proudly based in Colorado, and several of our founders call Colorado Springs home, which is why we were so excited by this new video showcasing our beautiful downtown! 

Check it out and see why we are in love with this vibrant community hub. If you are from here, make sure to look for some familiar places and faces, and if you are not (or if you are and you just want to play tourist in your hometown) find some great spots to check out on your next visit to the Rocky Mountain region!


Way to go Magneti Marketing for putting together such an inspiring video that captures the heart of our city. 



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