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Clear Fork Ski Resort Holds Customer Appreciation Day

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  Original Published: 1/4/2014

Clear Fork Ski Resort showed customers their appreciation over the weekend by offering deals on family packages and other bargains. Despite the cold weather, skiers still showed up to have some fun. On their customer appreciation day, the resort offers buy one, get one day passes; 12 & under ski passes complimentary; and double hours for the resort's tubing park.


"It's just a way of saying thank you for all the continued support," said Cora Lyon-Eberhardt, the resort's event coordinator. "Usually it's a packed house, but we still have short lines. We have enough lifts open that we keep people moving, and they get more runs for their money."


Eberhardt says that anyone who's a fan of skiing should visit the resort, and even people who haven't gone skiing before should give it a try. "They can get a great lesson. We have great instructors, if you've never skied before, they can get you out here on the slopes." She also says visitors can take things at their own pace. "Most of the patrons here, they'll take a couple runs, come inside, have hot chocolate, sit by the fire, get warmed back up before they head out, and hit the slopes again."


The resort will be hosting its Frostbite Festival on February 15th, with a variety of activities planned. For a full list of events, visit their website at http://www.clearforkski.com.

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