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July 1999

A look at the newest offerings in grooming vehicles, and their attachments.
In just two seasons, tubing at Perfect North Slopes now accounts for a large chunk of the area's business. Here's how they did it.
For better or for worse, mountain resort advertising toed the line this season. Plus, the hits and misses in the youth market.
Resort villages are springing up practically everywhere. But are they viable?
In the snowmaking field, one-stop shopping is the name of the game. More companies are offering more choices. This issue we look at air/water guns.
It's an age old tale: The marketing and operations departments juts don't seem to understand each other. But, it doesn't have to be that way.
Crested Butte Sale Final; Steamboat Issue Unresolved. SolVista Changes Name. Gore to Expand. Big Tupper Bought. Retail Audit Shows Overall Increase. Mount Washington Opens. Next X Event a Success. Killington Votes to Secede. Awards. Obituary. People. Supplier People. Supplier News.
Mother Nature will not stand by and be mocked, and hit the East hard after a very good winter. SAMMY award nominations are coming to a close, so hurry!
Making a Case for Carving Parks, by Tom Jacobs, Reliable Racing Supply. Let's Not Rush into ALS, by Dick Kun, CEO Snow Summit Ski Corp. World Cup and X Games, SAM editorial.
With another safety week under our belts, how did we do it?
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