Translation Services in Denver, Colorado: Certified English and Foreign Language Translators in Denver.
Day Translations, Denver
Fillmore Place, 100 Fillmore Street, 5th Floor
Denver, CO 80206, US
Phone #: 1-800-969-6853
Denver, Colorado, also known as the “Mile High City” is a large city of nearly 2.5 million people located east of the Rocky mountains. Today, one-third of the population speaks Spanish. The next most spoken languages are: Russian, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Arabic, therefore, professional translation and interpreting services play a major role.
For many years now, Day Translations, Inc. have been providing foreign language services all over Denver, Colorado. Day Translations, is a professional worldwide provider of document translation and interpreting service. We have a large team of trained and certified translators and interpreters in all of the major world languages, dedicated to providing accurate and high quality translation and interpreting services on the market. Our translators and interpreters are experts on various fields, which means our translators and interpreters have great knowledge on any specialized discipline you may require, and their corresponding terminologies.
We help people and businesses ease their way to Denver’s society, by facilitating seamless communication and establishing relationships. We encourage you to contact us for more information about our company or to get a free quote. You can also use our online form to receive immediate feedback.
Day Translations, Inc. goal is to deliver outstanding document translation in any language and be your first choice! We promise PRIVACY, ACCURACY, SPEED and HIGH QUALITY translations.
Our clients say it why Day Translations is one of the best in the translation industry!
- ABOUT DENVER
Denver is the capital and the most populous city of Colorado, in the United States. Colorado has maintained an “A” rating for business vitality in the Corporation for Enterprise Development’s Development Report Card for the States every year since 1991. According to the Metro Denver, Economic Development Corporation, as home to some of the fastest-growing counties in the nation, Metro Denver attracts businesses and keeps them. Companies that have established their corporate headquarters or division in the region over the past two years include Renewable Energy Systems Americas, Inc., Siemens Energy, Surrey Satellite Technology Limited, Cochlear Americas, Petroleum Development Corp., Ascent Solar Technologies, Vestas Blades, Vodafone, United Launch Alliance, and Western Union.
With the globalization of businesses and ease of travel and communication, translation services have become a very useful and necessary tool in order to expand your business worldwide or cater to your present international mix of clients and customers.
Translation of your documents guarantees that you are reaching those individuals directly and professionally in a language they can relate to. Using our translation services, you are improving customer satisfaction, enhancing customer access to your products and services, and increasing sales all at the same time. At Day Translations, we are here to help you accomplish all of your translation and localization needs. We guarantee full satisfaction and accuracy of any translation.
Languages Spoken by Colorado Visitors:
* Spanish 74,000
* German 37,000
* French 12,000
* Dutch 12,000
* Nordic (Swedish, Danish, Norwegian) 8,000
* Portuguese 7,000
- INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT DENVER
- Colorado is the only state in history, to turn down the Olympics. In 1976 the Winter Olympics were planned to be held in Denver. 62% of all state Voters choose at almost the last minute not to host the Olympics, because of the cost, pollution and population boom it would have on the State Of Colorado, and the City of Denver.
- The 13th step of the state capital building in Denver is exactly 1 mile high above sea level.
- In the classrooms of Denver, Hispanics outnumber whites by 3 to 1.
- The tallest building in Colorado is the Republic Plaza at 57 stories high, in Denver.
- Denver International Airport is the sixth busiest airport in the United States and the 11th busiest in the world.
- Denver is home to the second largest performing arts complex in the nation with 10 theatres seating 10,000 people for theatre, symphony, opera and ballet.
- Denver is considered the thinnest city in America and Colorado is the thinnest state.
- Colfax Avenue is the longest continuous street in the United States (26 miles).
- Denver is one of only two cities (Philadelphia is the other) to have eight professional sports teams: NFL Denver Broncos; NBA Denver Nuggets; NHL Colorado Avalanche; MLB Colorado Rockies; MLS Colorado Rapids; AFL Denver Crush; MLL Colorado Outlaws; and NLL Colorado Mammoth.
- Some of Denver’s famous high school alumni include Golda Meir, an Israeli prime minister who attended North High School, and Douglas Fairbanks, who was expelled from East High School before becoming one of the most famous silent movie stars of all time. Hattie McDaniel, the first African American to win an Academy Award, for her performance in Gone With The Wind, also attended East High School, as did folk singer Judy Collins and Academy Award nominee Don Cheadle.
- Denver is one of the few cities in history that was not built on a road, railroad, lake, navigable river or body of water when it was founded. It just happened to be where the first few flakes of gold were found in 1858.
- THINGS TO DO, PLACES TO VISIT IN DENVER:
The Museo de las Americas is the only museum in the Rocky Mountain Region that focuses exclusively on the art, history and culture of Latin America from ancient times to the present. The purpose of the Museo’s exhibits and programs is to promote understanding between cultures, to encourage appreciation for the rich cultural diversity of the Americas and to build pride in Latino heritage.
Tattered Cover Bookstore: a locally owned bookstore and a Colorado landmark, the Tattered Cover, with three unique locations, offers personal service, an extraordinary selection, coffee shops, extensive newsstands, and author appearances nearly every day. With books, gift cards, games, greeting cards, calendars, literary curious, t-shirts, book bags, and more, the Tattered Cover is a bookstore and much more!
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts: dedicated to excellence in the arts, Denver’s showcase features live theatre, original plays and Broadway-style shows.
Denver Zoo: this zoo is home to more than 4000 animals representing over 700 species. Features include: Tropical Discovery, a large indoor rainforest featuring both marine and freshwater aquariums, the world’s largest komodo dragon exhibit, and Discovery Center.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science: better understand the universe, nature and human cultures by visiting a number of permanent exhibits such as “Hall of Life,” “Prehistoric Journey” and “Egyptian Mummies.”
Downtown Aquarium: the Downtown Aquarium is an Association of Zoo and Aquarium facility that also has a full service restaurant with a 150,000 gallon reef tank. The Aquarium exhibits boasts 1.25 million gallons of saltwater and freshwater habitats from around the world. Mount Evans Scenic Byway: this high-altitude scenic drive climbs more than 7,000 feet in just 28 miles, reaching an altitude of 14,264 feet.
Denver Art Museum: is a private, non-profit, educational resource for Colorado. The mission of the museum is to enrich the lives of Colorado and Rocky Mountain residents through the acquisition, preservation, and presentation of art works in both the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, and by supporting these works with exemplary educational and scholarly programs.
Black American West Museum and Heritage Center: a museum that explores the history of black cowboys, wranglers and ranchers in the American West.
Colorado History Museum: visit this museum to explore Colorado’s pioneer history
Four Mile House Historic Park
Denver Botanic Gardens: spanning more than 23 acres, this urban garden features more than 15,000 species from around the world.
Red Rocks: the 868-acre Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, nestled in the Rocky Mountain Foothills just 15 miles outside of Denver near Morrison, was once listed among the Seven Wonders of the World—and with good reason. Ship Rock and Creation Rock, the largest of the monoliths, tower 300 feet above the Red Rocks Amphitheater. These massive brick-colored sandstone monoliths are taller than Niagara Falls.
Six Flags Elitch Gardens, The Children’s Museum of Denver, Molly Brown House Museum and may other great places.