Deer Valley Kicks Off "Vacation Test Drive" Program

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PARK CITY, UT, Dec. 15, 2003--Deer Valley Lodging and Chevy Trucks have teamed up to make ski vacations easier and more affordable. Guests of Deer Valley Lodging staying three nights or more this winter will be offered complimentary use of a fully-loaded 2004 Chevy Trucks SUV during their stay as part of the "Vacation Test Drive Program," now in its third season.

To qualify for the program, which runs Dec. 6, 2003 through April 11, 2004, guests 21 years of age and over with a valid drivers license must purchase a minimumof a three-night stay in a Deer Valley Lodging property and complete a vehicle evaluation at the end of their vacation. In addition to free use of a Chevy Trucks SUV, Deer Valley Lodging will provide the first 30 gallons of gas gratis.

Deer Valley Lodging manages more than 500 condominiums, condominium-hotels, townhomes and private homes throughout the Deer Valley area and on Park City's historic Main Street. Units range from hotel rooms to one- to four-bedroom condominiums to spacious private homes. The Vacation Test Drive Program is available with all Deer Valley Lodging rentals, regardless of unit size booked, in high season as well as low season. Vehicles are limited and this offer is subject to availability of Chevy Trucks' SUV's at time of booking. Vehicle availability will be confirmed at time of reservation.

Chevy Trucks models available to guests in the Vacation Test Drive Program include the Suburban, Tahoe, Trailblazer and Avalanche. Each of the program's 15 vehicles are fully loaded, offering on-demand four-wheel drive, XM Satellite Radio, CD players, DVD players with wireless headphones, heated leather seats, OnStar service, and more.

"This unique partnership with Chevy Trucks allows vacationers to Deer Valley greater freedom during their vacation while experiencing these remarkable vehicles in actual winter driving conditions, the ultimate multi-day test drive," says Bobby Foster, director of marketing for Deer Valley Lodging.