What If Colorado: Day 1

By: Lindsay Housaman Email
By: Lindsay Housaman Email

It's Colorado's reality show.

What If? Colorado is a state-wide, six-month campaign from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. It helps Coloradoans consider how well they are prepared for sudden emergency situations.

Day 1:
The nine finalists met up in Denver at Brown's Palace Hotel to talk about what the next few days would be like. Then they headed to where they'd be staying, The Gregory Inn. As soon as the contestants were at the house; challenge time.

This challenge aimed to teach contestants facts about emergency preparedness using a dunk tank. That's right. The dunk tank was used as a metaphor for what happens when you don't know the facts and aren't prepared. This can sometimes leave you feeling wet and cold.

This challenge also determined the order in which the contestants would pick their rooms for the weekend-long competition.


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