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Edward Callaway, co-owner, President and CEO of CBMR, has announced that John Norton, currently COO for Aspen Skiing Company, has been hired by CBMR as President and CEO, effective June 17, 2002.
The Audi 24 Hours of Aspen, indisputably regarded as THE World Championships of Endurance Skiing, will take place Dec. 9-10, 2001 on Aspen Mountain.
The Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) Board of Trustees has named Rob Perlman president and CEO. Rob joins CSCUSA from Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in California where he served as executive director of marketing and sales.
Following years of debate Ajax (Aspen Mountain, CO) of the Aspen Skiing Company finally decided to permanently open its slopes to snowboarders.
Employees of Aspen Skiing Company traveled to Kosovo to ensure the successful delivery of 5,000 ski school uniforms to the war-torn villages of Kosovo.
As the skiing public gets older, ski resorts across the country are seeking to take a piece of their retirement pie.
As a series of storms and the peak season hit the Rockies, Vail and Aspen are raising their ticket prices to accommodate the crowds.
The National Environmental Education and Training Foundation awarded the Aspen Skiing Company the 1999 National Environmental Education Achievement Award for superior achievements in Eco-tourism.
Mountain Sports Media, publishers of SKI, SKIING and FREEZE Magazines, presented Golden Eagle Awards to seven ski resorts that achieved environmental excellence over the past year.
Aspen Mountain opened up the slopes to snowboarding on April Fools' Day, no joke, putting 54 years of being a skiers-only mountain into the history book.
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