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I see the worst of the anonymous posters are doing their best to show why the Pilot needed to take this step.
I believe the Secret Service will get involved in this potato(e) incident if requested by VP Dan Quayle.
$3.89 per inch vs. $28.75 per inch at Vail. I think I know where I am spending my money today.
jmm761- You better get a new numbers person. 2 million skiers would equate to about 15,000 every single day of the season. I don't think the "locals" would enjoy "their" mountain with those kind of crowds.
If you look at other publically held ski areas you will see that with discounts and season passes that actual lift ticket revenue equates to about $40 per skier visit, $50 on a great year.
It could buy 2,000 residents a season pass at the golf course!
Did anyone ranting here pay attention to the gas prices in town at Christmas/New Years? $.40-.50 above the front range prices. One week later $.25 above.
Airlines jack up their prices when the see a change for the positive in bookings
Hotels cost more when demand is high.
The OTP should have half price burgers every night.
It is business people, if you don't like it don't but it.
Haymaker walk up ticket price is $98. The city is going to put us all out of business.
How about we get all the artists in town to make the "flowers" and "baskets" out of plastic grocery bags?
Good thing our city employees aren't required to read The Constitution, I mean the municipal code.
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