The mission of Rocky Mountain Hobby-Expo is twofold,
- To promote and educate the public about family oriented hobbies throughout the Rocky Mountain Region and beyond by providing information and inspiration to new and existing hobbyists
- To provide a cost-effective medium for hobby manufacturers to reach retailers and consumers via a single coordinated event.
Put down your phone and discover a hobby!
Visit the region’s newest family hobby event for hands-on demonstrations, workshops, and a monster marketplace of items for sale. Learn, try and buy.
Your one stop location to experience and buy
- RC Cars & Trucks
- RC Planes & Helicopters
- RC Boats
- Model Trains
- Slot Cars
- Diecast Models
- Scale Model Kits
- Polymer Clay
- Specialty Toys
- and more!
An avid model railroad enthusiast himself, Jim saw a need for introducing the next generation to hands-on hobbies. Beyond inspiring new hobbyists, Jim wants to provide manufacturers a cost-effective solution to reach new retailers and the opportunity to meet and converse directly with consumers. Thus, the ultimate Hobby Experience was born.
Beyond the Hobby-Expo, Jim facilitates hobby swaps year-round in the Denver Metro area. More info on these swaps can be found on our Facebook page.
Richard Matthews has over 25 years of event marketing, public relations and corporate sponsorship experience, varying from sporting events and political campaigns to “mega-events” such as Hands Across America, the Goodwill Games and the Olympics. His extensive experience with consumer shows goes back over 25 years and includes the Wedding Experience (Houston, DC, Baltimore, Richmond, VA, etc.), the Baby & Kids Experience, the California/Colorado/Texas Baby & Kidz Expos, Green Festivals, Go Green Expo, Eco Expo, Whole Life Conference + Exposition, the San Francisco Chronicle Outdoor Expo, the Colorado Home Show, the Fine Food & Good Living Festival and major Earth Day festivals including in New York and San Francisco.
Anthony has been a graphic designer for the past 10 years. He recognized the importance of the Hobby Expo’s mission and experienced firsthand the popularity of the event with the general public. His goal is to aid the Hobby Expo in broadly appealing to people of all ages. He is responsible for web and content design, and consults on future branding as the Expo grows.