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Yes Mark, marketing to the right biking groups about the riding options in SB so people are aware and considering SB as a place to spend their DI.
We moved from Bailey (mentioned above in the story) to SB and SB clearly has a dozen things over Bailey to become a biking destination. However Bailey has one large advantage, the large population near by.
Frutia has the advantage of year around weather and I70.
Besides building trails, SB will need a strong marketing program and work on accessibility (e.g. how to ship bikes to SB)
Great colors and shadows
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Nicely written and a great tribute to a great town. Enjoy SLC.
When we moved to Steamboat we were excited about this program, unfortunately our son is not yet old enough for the program. We are hopefully the program survives.
My weather station in Steamboat is showing over 3" so far this month and over 7" for the year. It has a heater and melts the snow when it lands in the collection unit.
The same house caught fire twice in less than 12 months. That should raise several questions.
Great recap of all the changes
Having stood at the airport waiting to pick up family and seeing Go Alpine soliciting walk up customers as they walked in the baggage area I would suggest neither company should be out there bugging arriving passengers.
I could see the annoyance on people face and didn't see anyone use the solicited service.
An option, let both companies accept walk up services, but have a greeter let passengers know there are two options and point the passengers to both counters. Isn't that what the information desk is for?
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