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NY Ski Areas Launches StoptheSkiTax.com

The Governor of New York State has proposed a budget which contains a sales tax on lift tickets and lessons. NY Ski Areas are trying to stop it.

The Governor of New York State has proposed a budget which contains a sales tax on lift tickets and lessons. Ski Areas of New York, Inc. (SANY), a trade association that represents the ski industry in New York State, opposes this proposed sales tax. SANY wants skiers and riders in New York to know the facts and to provide them with a simple and easy method to contact their state legislators. To that end, SANY launched the new
site stoptheskitax.com in February.


CO Ski Industry Shows Mid-Season Stability

Visitation numbers reported by CSCUSA resorts represent a trend that despite the current uncertainty felt by the tourism industry, guests have not given up on skiing and riding in Colorado.

DENVER, CO – March 12, 2009 – Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) announced today that skier visits at its 22 member resorts during the second period of the 2008-09 ski season, which counts skier visitation from January 1 through February 28, were off by 5.8 percent compared to last year’s same period number. However, visitation is up slightly compared to the five year average for second period visitation, which includes three years that were the highest on record.

Colorado Resorts Make History

Colorado's 26 resorts saw skier visits top 12.5 million for the third consecutive winter, resulting in the second best season in skiing history.

Strong Early Ski Season from Quebec to Colorado

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Ski areas from eastern North America to the Rockies report a year-to-date increase in business from 25 to 95 percent.

Sponsors Back Fifth Grade Passport Program

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Coca-Cola and McDonald's agreed to sponsor Colorado Ski Country's 2000-2001 Fifth Grade Passport program.

Colorado Resorts Report 9.34% Visit Drop

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The 25 member resorts affiliated with Colorado Ski Country report a 9.34 percent decrease in skier visits through February compared to last season.

Colorado Revises Skier Visits

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Final revisions of skier visits show Colorado numbers are down from last year.

Colorado Posts Drop in Holiday Visits

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Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) announced today its resorts saw a 16.8 percent drop in visits during the new year's holiday period compared to the same period last year.

Fifth Grade Passport Now Available for the 2003-04 Season

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Fifth graders nationwide can SKI for FREE. Check out below the states offering the pass and visit their website for more details.

Killington Receives Annual Ski Area Safety Award

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Resort's "Heads Up" safety campaign one of eight recognized nationwide

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