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No Rest for Park City Mountain Resort

While most people see Labor Day weekend as an opportunity to relax and enjoy a cookout, we here at Park City Mountain Resort see Labor Day as a sign that Winter is almost here and its time to kick things into high gear. This past weekend we were out and about in Salt Lake and Park City spreading the cheer of Winter. We sold 2011-2012 season passes at Sniagrab (don't forget prices increase after Sept. 15th), cheered on Ski Utah's Skootch 'n Dash, made progress on the installation of the new 3 Kings chairlift, answered questions at Park Silly Sunday Market and my personal favorite - made a float and participated in the Miner's Day Parade on Park City's Main Street.

Check out the photos below to see all the action!

 

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Best costume contender "Ski Bum" at Ski Utah's Skootch'n Dash.

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Ski Utah Snowflake posing with a couple snowboard skootchers pre-race.

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Joe working it at Sniagrab helping sell 2011-2012 season passes.

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The foundation has been layed for the base terminal of the new 3 Kings chairlift.

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Our booth at Park Silly Sunday Market. We'll have tons of stickers, Snowmamas bags and information to hand out again this coming Sunday.

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Our furry friend Luca found his way into the SnowBug during the building of our float.

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All of the team members who walked in the Miner's Day Parade to support our float.

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We even had real snow!

 

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