Jun 17, 2012 6:44 PM by Lacey Steele
Is it possible that Colorado is "prettier" than other states?
Many of you who live here definitely say yes.
A Headwaters Economics study done recently says the outdoor quality of life in Colorado leads people to move here, find jobs here, and stay here.
Its attractive advantage over other states when it comes to lakes, mountains, and parks means Colorado's economy isn't as bad as the U.S.
"We get to come out to the lakes," said Donovan Aragon, a resident of Denver who was visiting Lake Pueblo. "Colorado is good about keeping the environment real fresh. They don't really mess too much with it or build around lakes and stuff."
The study adds it isn't just people and families, entire corporations are looking to move in as well.