Friday, September 17, 2004

You thought a JHole season pass was pricey...

Season pass access to 260 resorts for only $6,000. It's transferable, and, tax deductible...When does the lease begin on the Backcountry.com corporate jet?

Park City, UT - Want VIP treatment at more than 260 U.S. resorts and do a good deed at the same time? Help the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team prepare for the Winter Olympics by purchasing the 2005 Gold Pass, the ultimate lift ticket that gives pass holders and their friends (as it's fully transferable) access to more than 260 resorts around the country.

"The flexibility of the Gold Pass is great," says Katherine Kendrick, general counsel of DreamWorks, who tries to ski every weekend she can. "It makes it possible to go to a wide variety of resorts at the drop of a hat. When I hear snow is good somewhere, the pass motivates me to be on my way. Plus, I often get stopped and asked about the gold medal around my neck, and it gives me a chance to talk about the Team and encourage others to be supporters."

The Gold Pass is fully transferable -- the only such program of its kind -- allowing friends, family and corporate clients to take full advantage of the pass. Part of the $6,000 purchase price is tax-deductible. While most resorts simply scan the Gold Pass and hand you a lift ticket, other areas -- including many in Colorado -- allow you to head right to the lift, no ticket needed -- just the pass around your neck.

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