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Cross-promotions between manufacturers of consumer goods and resorts can bring added profits and exposure to both sides of the industry.

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  • Author Matthew Kreitman
  • Volume 40-2
  • Page 45
Published in March 2001
Early-season visits hint at a strong current season at most ski areas across the continent.

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  • Author Linda Goodspeed
  • Volume 40-1
  • Page 35
Published in January 2001
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This occasional column features Websites dedicated to help resorts find equipment and services for all aspects of the business.

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  • Author staff
  • Volume 40-1
  • Page 49
Published in January 2001
The article discusses the gray area of deducting costs of certain aspects of maintaining a Website for business purposes. No code exists, but precedent exists for tax savings where Internet business is concerned.

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  • Author Mark Battersby
  • Volume 40-1
  • Page 28
Published in January 2001
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Farwell's piece accompanys Jim Springs piece on page 39. Farwell explains that good financial balancing and smart operational strategies leads to growth in the business. His proposal looks at the business designs of successful ski resorts.

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  • Author Ted Farwell
  • Volume 39-5
Published in September 2000
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This article explores the problems facing the industry in terms of participant levels. It also points out that certain small segments of skiing and sliding are growing and requires smart marketing and a willingness to change and adpapt to capture those segments. The author also points out that no amount of hand-wringing and complaining about the weather is going to help matters. An accompanying article on page 40 shows how careful fifnancial balancing will help.

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  • Author Jim Spring
  • Volume 39-5
  • Page 39
Published in September 2000
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Vermont Ski Areas Association President Candace Moot says goodbye to the industry she has been involved with for more than two decades. Her observations point to a future that "holds as much promise and as much peril as the past."

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  • Author Candace Moot
  • Volume 39-2
  • Page 10
Published in March 2000
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First-hand advice from a family business planning strategist on transfering ownership and control of a family-owned business. The article goes over important steps to take and advance planning needed for a smooth transition from one generation to the next. He also offers tips on whether it is even a good idea to keep the business in the family when an owner is getting ready to retire.

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  • Author David Cohn
  • Volume 39-1
  • Page 59
Published in January 2000
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David Barry, Tom Fortune, Karl Kapuscinski, Stacy Gardner, Rory Strunk and Guy Desrosiers, all former SAMMY Award winners, take a look at the future of snowsports as we move into a new millennium. They've each written predictions of what is in store.

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  • Author Barry, Fortune, Kapuscinski, Gardner, Strunk and Desrosiers
  • Volume 39-1
  • Page 65
Published in January 2000
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Linda provides a look into pre-season bookings for the 1999-2000 season across the continent.

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  • Author Linda Goodspeed
  • Volume 38-6
  • Page 32
Published in November 1999
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