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[ Thu, 2010-03-04 14:53 ]
We get hours of video from resorts touting their goods. This one made us laugh. And the 40 percent cut in season pass prices is no joke.

What’s it going to take to have Big Chad put you into a new season pass for next year? Big Sky special events coordinator Chad Jones clearly has a future in selling used cars, but until that time, he’s pushing a Spring Cleaning Sales extravaganza at the Montana resort for the 2010/2011 season. With prices reduced more than 40 percent, skiers can purchase the Big Sky Gold Unlimited Season pass for $799 until April 30.

Mark Elling

Northwest Update Blogger, Writer

Mark Elling is a long-suffering ski industry pro who specializes in weaseling into Ski and Skiing Magazine product tests annually in order to score free gloves and eat fat meals. Elling has a 20-year history of poor paying jobs in ski-dom, from teaching skiing in Montana to working as a snowcat skiing guide in southern Oregon. He currently keeps his creditors at bay working as a bootfitter at Mt. Bachelor in Bend, Oregon and as a freelance writer. Elling is the author of The All-Mountain Skier: The Way to Expert Skiing, 2nd ed. (McGraw-Hill).

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