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Customers are not hard to find--you just have to know where to look.

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  • Author Seth Masia
  • Volume 42-2
Published in March 2003
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A fight to expand Mammoth's airport is another example of how no-growth advocates can wreak havoc on mountain resorts.

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  • Author Ken Castle
  • Volume 42-2
Published in March 2003
Are resort conglomerates going to give up the unprofitable ski area?

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  • Author Seth Masia
  • Volume 42-1
  • Page 26
Published in January 2003
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Lets not cry over "lost" ski areas.

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  • Author David Rowan
  • Volume 41-6
  • Page 35
Published in November 2002
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A family limited partnership can be a smart way to transfer ski area ownership to the next generation.

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  • Author Mark E. Battersby
  • Volume 41-4
  • Page 24
Published in July 2002
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A look into the 2002-2003 ticket/pass prices for different regions and how the range of prices has increased within the industry.

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  • Author Linda Goodspeed
  • Volume 41-4
  • Page 18
Published in July 2002
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Man's best friend is no longer an unwanted guest at many mountain resorts. Here's why catering to the dog can go a long way.

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  • Author Robert Frohlich
  • Volume 41-4
  • Page 42
Published in July 2002
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As Hunter Mountain's clientele evolved from swinging singles to small families, management had to alter the way it did business. The result was a state-of-the-art Learning Center to greet kids and first-timers.

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  • Author Jonathan Gourlay
  • Volume 41-3
  • Page 65
Published in May 2002
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Yes, it means more paperwork. But keeping accurate service records saves time, money, and aggravation. Here's why.

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  • Author Jonathan Gourlay
  • Volume 41-1
  • Page 42
Published in January 2002
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Last season, three areas boasted double-digit increases in skier visits- and it wasn't necessarily the snow. Here's how they did it.

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  • Author Matthew Kreitman
  • Volume 41-1
  • Page 34
Published in January 2002
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