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July 1999

With the industry's new mandate to convert new skiers and snowboarders, here's a look at some successful programs.
Winners of 2004 SAMMY's announced. Past winners will now be invited to "guest edit" the pages of SAM.
Thanks, Big Guys., by Hank Delacato. Downhill Lessons for X-C, by Roger Lohr. The United Colors of Snowsports, a SAM editorial.
A preliminary look at how mountain resorts fared during the 2003-2004 season.
Arapahoe Basin Bans Overnight Parking. Colorado Updates Safety Act. Kerry Gets On Board. Why Can't We All Just Get Along? Aspen Wins The Tour Operator War. Butt Business: Vive La Difference. Pass Insurance Program Expands. Turning The Tables In Mideast Skiing.
Should you shape your appeal to Baby Boomers or their kids?
An inaugural progam at Hunter Mountain brought rental shops, ski and snowboard schools and equipment manufacturers together.
Resorts are going to greater and greater lengths to woo elusive group business.
A first aid cart, helmet storage and lifting a fence are some of the great ideas from creative ski resorts.
Fifteen years ago, seven industry giants reinvented a small SoCal area.
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