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NSAA Economic Analysis of U.S. ski areas yields valuable insights, both current and historical, to help chart a savvy business course.

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  • Author Ted Farwell
  • Volume 40-6
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Published in November 2001
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There's more to hosting the press than showing them your latest bells and whistles. It takes a little advance planning to get the coverage you want.

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  • Author Nancy Trent
  • Volume 40-6
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Published in November 2001
Establishing an employee education plan can help improve an operation's most valuable resource as well as save on taxes.

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  • Author Mark E. Battersby
  • Volume 40-6
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Published in November 2001
A call to action to refocus the industry in committing to nuture youth as the futre of the sport. Despite a lot of lip service paid to that very subject in the past, the editorial says too much is being invested in short-term fixes.

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  • Author staff
  • Volume 40-5
Published in September 2001
This editorial suggests the NSAA and CCSAA join forces to explore common bonds, promotions, packages to cross over and try the other sport, look at new opportunities to share information, marketing, etc.

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  • Author staff
  • Volume 40-4
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Published in July 2001
This story about the local effort to save Burke Mountain, Vt., shows how Yankee practicality and community spirit helped keep the tiny mountain open when it looked like the end was near.

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  • Author Tony Lolli
  • Volume 40-4
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Published in July 2001
The article describes the adaptive programs around the country and how there are lots of reasons for offering such programs to physically-challenged people.

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  • Author Ron Rudolph
  • Volume 40-4
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Published in July 2001
Some ski areas are successful at tapping into the corporate sponsorship and incentive market. It works for meetings, team building exercises, conferences and retreats.

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  • Author Matthew Kreitman
  • Volume 40-4
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Published in July 2001
Kreitman's take on the much ballyhooed opening of Aspen's slopes to snowboarders on April 1, 2001 is a check with reality and shows the move just brings the ski resort up to par and normalcy with most of the rest of the civilized resort world.

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  • Author Matthew Kreitman
  • Volume 40-3
  • Page 12
Published in May 2001
The review of business on the continent shows that near-perfect winter weather will result in some new records in both the U.S. and Canada.

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  • Author Linda Goodspeed
  • Volume 40-3
  • Page 30
Published in May 2001
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