Mount Snow, Vermont (March 24, 2003) – Come soak up the sun, cruise the corduroy, bash the bumps and play in our parks & pipes because spring is here at Mount Snow. Mount Snow celebrates the day of fool’s, April 1st, with 4 lift tickets for the price of 1. With nearly 180 of natural snow on the ground, the spring skiing and riding is going strong. And in an effort to showcase these great conditions, Mount Snow will celebrate April Fool’s Day by offering up to three free lift tickets with the purchase of one, full-day adult ticket.
Participants must pre-register and pre-purchase the ticket at the resort’s website, www.mountsnow.com, and must also provide the names of those receiving the free lift tickets which must be used on April 1st. “With the record-breaking natural snow we’ve had, and the efforts of our extensive snowmaking team, we’re aiming to ski and ride well into April. Says Mount Snow vice-president of marketing and sales Kelly Pawlak. “This is an effort to show our guests what spring skiing and riding is all about at Mount Snow. Longer days, warmer sun, softer snow and great events-it’s really our favorite time of year.
The special No Foolin’ offer is good at Killington and Mount Snow in Vermont, as well as the other resorts of the American Skiing Company, Attitash/Bear Peak in New Hampshire, Sunday River and Sugarloaf USA in Maine. The offer is also extended to the company’s western resorts, The Canyons in Utah and Steamboat in Colorado.
Guests need to pre-register and pre-purchase online at any of the resort’s websites, or at The American Skiing Company’s website, peaks.com. Fulfillment of Mount Snow tickets, both the purchased ticket as well as up to three free tickets will be done at the indoor ticket windows in the Clocktower building.
Headquartered in Park City, Utah, American Skiing Company is the largest operator of alpine ski, snowboard and golf resorts in the United States. Its resorts include Steamboat in Colorado; Killington and Mount Snow in Vermont; Sunday River and Sugarloaf/USA in Maine; Attitash Bear Peak in New Hampshire; and The Canyons in Utah. More information is available on the company’s website at www.peaks.com.