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JUNE 2017
The Perfect Potato
 
 
 
 
 
 
POWERED BY COLORADO POTATOES
 
Colorado Potatoes have been planted for the upcomming year, but that doesn't mean that we take a break!  From handing out potatoes along Ride the Rockies, to preparing for a bigger and better Potato Festival, June is one jam-packed month for us!  Its a good thing we have potatoes to power us through! 
 
 
 
 
FEATURED RECIPE
 
Colorado Potato and Green Chili Poutine
 
If you love the Canadian classic, you'll love our Colorado-inspired take on poutine!  Prepared with delicious Colorado Potatoes and topped with Colorado staples like Green Chili, this dish makes quite the impact! 
 
 
 
Brooke Eden to Perform
at Potato Festival Concert! 
 
 
We're proud to announce that country music artist Brooke Eden will be playing this year’s San Luis Valley Potato Festival  first every concert at Ski Hi Park Arena!  Potato Festival will be Saturday, September 9 and tickets for the concert go on sale this Thursday, June 15 (coloradopotatoes.eventbrite.com)!

Hailed by Billboard as a “fiery country star in the making,” Brooke Eden has been named “Artist to Watch in 2017,” by Amazon Music and one of CMT’s Next Women of Country!  Her heart-bending new single “Act Like You Don’t” has already sparked rapid response from media and fans alike!
 
 
 
 
 
Visiting the Valley
Take the San Luis Valley Tour
 
Summer is the perfect time to plan a trip to the San Luis Valley, and visit the beautiful place where Colorado Potatoes are grown.  The San Luis Valley has been featured in National Geographic’s “Drives of a Lifetime” as one of the world’s most spectacular road trips. San Luis Valley tours provide unsurpassed beauty, history, culture and some great fun along the way. Recreation and agriculture live side by side in the San Luis Valley, making it well worth a visit!
 
 
 
 
Colorado Potatoes Power
Ride the Rockies! 
 
 
Each year, 2,000 cyclists from around the country and the world travel to beautiful Colorado to participate in Ride the Rockies.  For their 32nd year, Ride the Rockies started right in the heart of the San Luis Valley, in Alamosa, CO!  It is tradition for Colorado Potatoes to participate in Ride the Rockies when their route passes through the San Luis Valley, where we grow our potatoes. 
 
 
 
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Buy Our "Irresistible Potato Creations" Cookbook! 
 
 
 
Learn How Potatoes Can Power Athletic Performance
 
 
 
 
 






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