Aspen, Colo. — January 15, 2008 — To celebrate this season's record snowfall in the West, Ski.com is offering skiers and snowboarders $12 lift tickets to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone.* When any of these resorts receives at least 12 inches of snow in a 24-hour period, skiers and snowboarders have a 12-hour window - from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST the following day - to contact Ski.com to book a vacation package that includes $12 lift tickets.
"The epic snowfall across the West this season has resulted in the best skiing and riding in years, said Kris McKinnon, Ski.com vice president of marketing and business development. "This promotion, valid at some of the most popular resorts in Colorado, is a way for us to encourage people to come to the mountains and experience these fantastic conditions.
To learn more about this promotion or to sign up to receive alerts from Ski.com when Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge or Keystone receives at least 12 inches of snow, visit www.ski.com/12.
For more information about Ski.com and the customized vacation packages it offers, visit http://www.ski.com/index.htm target=_blank> ski.com or call 1-800-916-9463 to speak with a Ski.com Mountain Vacation Specialist.
Headquartered in Aspen, Ski.com has been customizing mountain vacations for more than 35 years. Ski.com is known for the personalized service given by its experienced Mountain Vacation Specialists and serves as a one-stop shop for everything needed at more than 80 of the most popular resorts and 1,400 properties in the United States, Canada, Europe and South America. Founded in 1971 as Aspen Ski Tours, the company operated under that name until purchasing the Ski.com domain name in 2000.
* Rules and restrictions:
* Blacked out 1/17/08 — 1/21/08; 2/15/08 — 2/24/08; 3/19/08 — 3/25/08
*The vacation package must include at least four nights in a Vail Resorts-managed property
*Offer valid for one one-day $12 ticket per person on the itinerary
*Valid exclusively through Ski.com for new reservations only
*Based on snow reports from Vail Resorts