Thursday, December 9, 2010
Thank you snowmakers—both the Sugarbush team, and of course, Mother Nature. Over two feet of fresh snow has fallen in the last 96-hours and snowmaking has shifted to the Gate House side. We're gearing up for a big weekend with open terrain for all abilities, the ribbon-cutting for our two new Ski & Ride School buildings at Lincoln Peak, and all our SugarBash festivities, including Pairing of the Passions, live music and dancing, and more. Come join us for an excellent weekend of skiing, riding, and après excitement!
With the holidays just around the corner, I wanted to remind you of the many ways you can give the gift of Sugarbush. Options range from a gift for a lifetime, to day tickets, tuning, dining and more.
Clay Brook ownership makes a great gift for the family, and it's a gift that keeps on giving for years to come. Take advantage of our new holiday pricing on select Clay Brook units. Ownership opportunities are available starting at only $89,000. For more information, please contact the Sugarbush Resort Real Estate team at email@example.com, call 800.806.1070.
But a Clay Brook residence isn't the only gift for a lifetime. Introducing a winter sport to someone can improve his or her lifestyle immensely for years to come. Our First Timer to Life Timer program is designed to do just that: For $230, you can get a friend or family member a three-day first-time skier or snowboarder lesson package that will take them through booting up to linking their first turns. And when the three-day lesson is complete? Your friend will be entitled to a FREE Sugarbush All Mountain Season Pass (a $1,499 value, all thanks to you). Click here for the details.
Still not SURE? A Sugarbush Gift Card makes a great gift and allows for flexibility. They can be applied to lift tickets and SugarDirect Cards, but they can also be used for romantic fire-side dinners at Allyn's Lodge, guided adventures with John Egan, Powder Day First Tracks in the Lincoln Limo, massages at the SHaRC, ski and golf attire from our Adventure Gear Shop, and so much more. I'm not going to spoil any surprises, but part of my families' shopping list is mentioned above.
We're ready for a busy holiday season, snow continues to fall, and this weekend we'll have beginner to expert terrain open. Hope to see you on the hill.