Colorado Ski Country USA Announces the Gold Pass

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Colorado Ski Country USA announces the 2002-2003 Colorado Gold Pass. The Gold Pass was established over 25 years ago and is the premiere ski and snowboard pass in the state of Colorado.Denver, CO, Sept. 9, 2002 (CSCUSA Release)--Colorado Ski Country USA announces the 2002-2003 Colorado Gold Pass. The Gold Pass was established over 25 years ago and is the premiere ski and snowboard pass in the state of Colorado that offers pass holders unlimited, transferable skiing and riding at all 24 Colorado Ski Country USA resorts throughout the entire 2002-2003 season.

Gold Pass members are entitled to direct-to-lift access privileges at most Colorado Ski Country USA's 24 member resorts for the entire 2002-2003 winter season, with no blackout dates.* The Gold Pass costs $2,500 and is completely transferable to family members, friends, important clients and business associates and valuable employees.

For the 2002-2003 season, Colorado Ski Country has enhanced The Gold Pass Concierge Service providing personalized service and insight to the best ways to maximize the Colorado mountain resorts experience. Regular electronic tips and insider information will be sent via e-mail and a specially-designed web site for Gold Pass members will include maps, lodging options, restaurant reviews, and more.

"The Gold Pass membership offers the ideal way to experience all that the Colorado mountain resorts have to offer while supporting a key aspect of Colorado's culture," said Rob Perlman, President and CEO of Colorado Ski Country USA. "Individuals, corporations and small business should take advantage of this incredible offer that allows them, their families, friends and colleagues to get a taste of an epic Colorado winter."

Revenue from Gold Pass sales fund Colorado Ski Country's marketing programs and enables the trade association to support and increase participation in the ski and snowboard industry in Colorado.

Participating resorts are: Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Crested Butte, Durango Mountain Resort, Eldora, Howelsen Hill, Keystone, Loveland, Monarch, Powderhorn, Silverton*, Ski Cooper, Snowmass, SolVista, Steamboat, Sunlight, Telluride, Vail and Winter Park.*(Silverton Mountain will run on a reservation-based system to be announced.)

Colorado Ski Country USA is the non-profit trade association for the 24 Colorado ski and snowboard resorts.

If you know of any other season pass deals, please let us know. Send an email with season pass information to editor@skimag.com.

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