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  • Author staff
  • Volume 40-3
  • Page 66
Published in May 2001
A description of Aspen Mountain opening to snowboarders on April 1, 2001. About 2,500 snowboarders showed up on the historic day.

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  • Author Matthew Kreitman
  • Volume 40-3
Published in May 2001
The annual report on business across the country revealed an overall drop in profit, but gains in the Midwest.

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  • Author C.R. Goeldner
  • Volume 40-3
Published in May 2001
As promised, the NSAA released a handbook of best practices culled from effective methods for increasing trial and conversion rates from around the country. The handbook was the next step after NSAA released the Model for Growth.

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  • Author Jonathan Gourlay
  • Volume 40-3
Published in May 2001
Discounted ticket pricing and special passes for the 2001-2002 season in Colorado are making it difficult for some smaller- and medium-sized areas to play the game.

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  • Author Allen Best
  • Volume 40-3
Published in May 2001
Despite surveys that show price is not a factor in deciding whether to ski,, logic dictates it does make a difference and high prices could lead to declining numbers of participants more quickly than we realize.

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  • Author David Rowan
  • Volume 40-2
  • Page 10
Published in March 2001
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Slats Grabski tells Seth real retention starts after lessons, at the bar. Have fun with guests during and after the day, like the all days, and retention rates will really start to improve. Undercutting neighboring areas with price wars is counterproductive to the NSAA Model for Growth

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  • Author Seth Masia
  • Volume 40-2
  • Page 22
Published in March 2001
An article describing design elements behind building practice facilities to help golfers improve their short games.

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  • Author Janet Nelson
  • Volume 40-2
  • Page 50
Published in March 2001
This article explains the logic behind the Stratton Golf School, a popular summer attraction that has been earning money. An accompanying article describes practice facilities to help golfers improve.

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  • Author Janet nNelson
  • Volume 40-2
  • Page 48
Published in March 2001
Mount Sunapee, N.H., built a skatepark in their parking lot, generating summer traffic, earning money and turning parents into real fans.

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  • Author Jay Gamble
  • Volume 40-2
  • Page 47
Published in March 2001
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