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02:42 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"SMART WCBM Baltimore National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound. This letter despite the coronavirus pandemic, correspondent Jennifer King reports Visits by skiers to US resorts. Total 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from other uncertainty to a top 10 season, what a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King breaking news and analysis at town Hall. Calm talk radio 6 80 Wcbm A set of fame Michigan coach Bo Sheng Bechler says he was molested by a campus doctor, one of legendary University of Michigan football coach both Sham. Bechler's sons is expected to discuss being abused by a former campus doctor. At a news conference Thursday. Matt Sham Bechler is expected to be joined by former Michigan football players Daniel Kwiatkowski and Gil Vanni Johnson, who also say they were abused by Dr Robert Anderson report from the WilmerHale law firm commission. By the school that was released last month found despite complaints to coach Sam Beckler and other officials. Anderson remained at Michigan for decades, according to court filings. The number of Anderson's victims could exceed 800 Anderson died in 2008, I might grow CEO. Baseball's Hall of Fame is moving this year's induction ceremony for Derek Jeter, Larry Walker, Ted Simmons in the late Marvin Miller from July. 25th of September the eighth, The decision was made so a crowd may attend his coronavirus restrictions ease. This is town hall dot com. WCBM Baltimore by the radar showing some pretty impressive thunderstorms drifting onto the Southeast. There's been some active weather alerts to the north northeast of us up in Pennsylvania, also northern Delaware. These storms are slowly moving southeast where they do occur, can easily dump some one inch now pours out there. Seven to R. Load tonight afternoon storms Thursday 83, then the chance for more showers. Thundershowers through the weekend with mid and upper eighties in the forecast. We do see some cooler numbers early next week by Tuesday, Wednesday, I'm Scott Lorrie Moore at the Weather Channel on Talk radio. 6 80 W. C B M. Do you know that you could really have guaranteed lifetime income? Call Rob Borowy for solutions at 4 10 to 66 11 20. Hi..

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03:00 min | 3 months ago

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"I'm Ed Donahue president buys his first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. No. The president spoke to troops. Upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million More doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general's as park. Police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel be of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News A.

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02:59 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue, President Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. No. The president spoke to troops. Upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million More doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel v of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP.

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03:12 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"For the G seven summit. The president spoke to troops upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million more doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance. A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sander Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel be of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again with guests in Embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President Biden's first overseas trip since he took office has started. He's in Britain first stop the G seven summit, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says leaders will come together on vaccines. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around.

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02:35 min | 3 months ago

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"Protesters or forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel v of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President Biden's first overseas trip since he took office has started. He's in Britain first stop the G seven summit, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says leaders will come together on vaccines. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that.

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01:58 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccine surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. A half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather so a contractor could start installing new fencing. The report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sander Megane Washington The National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the coronavirus pandemic. Visits by skiers to US resorts. Total 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King.

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03:12 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"P news. I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. Hello? The president spoke to troops upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million more doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance. A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel be of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President Biden's first overseas trip since he took office has started. He's in Britain first stop the G seven summit, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says leaders will come together on vaccines. I.

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01:57 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. A half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing. The report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington The National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the coronavirus pandemic. Visits by skiers to US resorts. Total 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King.

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01:57 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. A half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather so a contractor could start installing new fencing. Report says While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington The National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the coronavirus pandemic. Visits by skiers to US resorts. Total 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm.

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03:23 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"News I'm Ed Donahue, president Biden's first overseas trip in office has started. He arrived in Britain for the G seven summit. Hello? No. The president spoke to troops. Upon his arrival, National security advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden wants to see more sharing of coronavirus vaccine at this summit. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of ways, a source tells the AP President Biden is expected to announce tomorrow the U. S will buy 500 Million more doses of the Pfizer vaccine to share through the Global Kovacs alliance. A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House. Last year. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bang. Half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op, The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump, but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing, the report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington There's a search for two people in San Antonio, Texas, wanted for a shooting at a local air force base. Officials at joint base San Antonio Lackland say the two fired shots toward an area where based personnel were training before running off. No injuries were reported. The Marine Corps is relieving Major General Robert Castel v of his duties for failing to properly trained Marines and sailors and evaluate the platoon before an exercise last summer when their seafaring tanks sank off Southern California. Nine troops were killed. This is a P news The National Ski Areas Association reports a strong rebound despite the pandemic visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year. Many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King to British women. Apparently sisters are recovering from a crocodile attack in a lagoon along Mexico's southern Pacific border. One of the women underwent surgery and was in an induced coma. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. President Biden's first overseas trip since he took office has started. He's in Britain first stop the G seven summit, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan says leaders will come together on vaccines. I don't anticipate contention on the issue of vaccines, I anticipate convergence. Because we're all converging around the idea that we need to boost vaccine supply in a number of.

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01:58 min | 3 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on AP News

"White House National security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president. Sources say 200 million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year. The announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations. Saga or Megane Washington A federal watchdog is out with a report on why racial justice protesters were forcibly cleared from an area near the White House last summer. Demonstrators protesting George Floyd's death were forced out of Lafayette Park with pepper pellets and flash bangs. A half hour before then President Trump walked across the park for a photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general, says Park police did not break up the protest because of Trump but rather solar contractor could start installing new fencing. The report says. While the move was justified, law enforcement agencies did not communicate well enough with each other or with protesters about the crackdown, which critics say was politically motivated. Sagar Megane Washington The National Ski Areas Association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the coronavirus pandemic. Visits by skiers to US resorts totaled 59 million for the season, the National Ski Areas Association says. That's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from utter uncertainty to a top 10 season. What a year many resorts were forced to close in spring of 2020 in the U. S ski industry lost at least $2 billion that winter. But about seven months later, the chairlift started running again, with guests embracing a new normal, wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lifts only with their own. Group. The average U. S ski area was opened 13 days longer than last year, and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips. I'm Jennifer King.

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Study: US Ski Areas Rebound Despite COVID-19 Restrictions

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00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Study: US Ski Areas Rebound Despite COVID-19 Restrictions

"The national ski areas association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the corona virus pandemic visits by skiers to U. S. resorts total fifty nine million for the season the national ski areas association says that's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from under uncertainty to a top ten season what a year many resorts were forced to close in the spring of twenty twenty in the U. S. ski industry lost at least two billion dollars that winner but about seven months later the chairlift started running again with guest embracing a new normal wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lives only with their own group the average U. S. ski area was open thirteen days longer than last year and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips I'm Jennifer king

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07:01 min | 6 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And then, coupled with that, just like kid was saying the downstream the impact of climate change whether they be forced fires across the West, uh, that we experienced this last season, whether they be drought to really be increased frequency and intensity of hurricanes. It's definitely affecting us all in the US, regardless of whether we participate in one of these sports or not. I think it's also important to note that you protect our winters. We did a study on the economic impact of climate change in the outdoor industry. And this no sports industry actually contributes about $20 billion to the U. S economy every year and low snow years or shortened winters. That contribution goes down by about a billion dollars and that's supporting over 160. 1000 jobs, So it's not on Lee. A effect on recreation like if we're not able to ski or snowboard anymore, in every sort are the least of our concerns will be the activities that we participate in its that at that point, it means that we've crossed a certain threshold where not only there's huge risks to the entire economy, some of the very systems That we depend on water, which we've been talking about agriculture and infrastructure. It's that are in serious peril. So to me, the amazing insight that people like kit bring into this conversation is to serve almost as harboring areas. They were warning us that the impact that we see in the mountains are the first signs of much larger problems that we need to be thinking about, Uh, in the downstream consequences. We're talking about the future of winter and outdoor. Winter Recreation with Mario Molina, executive director, protect our winners and kid to Lori, a National Geographic explorer and member of the North Face Global Athlete team. Also, she has a memoir coming out in paperback, Higher Love skiing. The seven summits Mario Molina we hear later in this episode of Climate, one from Geraldine Link, director of public policy with the National Skiers Association, I'd like to hear Your view on is the ski industry serious about using its power to advance policies that address climate disruption. It's a very elite sport. Very white sport has a lot of you know, a lot of powerful people are skiers is the industry serious about using his power to advance climate action? I think the industry has made a lot of progress in in the last couple of years in recognizing just how existentialist threat climate change is to to its business model. There's this the economy where there's been great work done by ESA. The National Ski Areas Association and Geraldine do, particularly to involve ski resorts on the ski industry in in mitigation efforts and mitigating the upper Rations off over sorts, and I think that's commendable and and really worthwhile. I think the next frontier for the ski industry is to really unite as the political force that lobbies for the right types of policies and the right types of elected officials and the elected officials that will actually make this a priority at the national level in terms of national policies, because, uh, you know, most of your listeners probably know you can look at the carbon reporters. Think it's 25 companies in the world that are responsible for 50% of global emissions. In the last 150 years, there's 50 Cos they're responsible for 80% of carbon emissions, and I'm pretty sure that neither veil of terror or Aspen Company are in that list, right? And so we could do everything in our power to skin this we could do everything in his power to drive their own emissions down to zero and we would still have a Magnificent problem in in front of us and not be able to curb it. But if we're able to actually bring the industry together as a powerful force for policy change, I think that then the industry would realize just how much more influential it can be than it currently is. Category. Your thoughts on sort of, you know, there's a lot of power and privilege and among people who ski some of them, you know, fly on their private jets. It's a very influential part of American society. What role do you see them playing and Directing as toward a cleaner energy. Well, I see a lot of those people I live here in Jackson Hole so very aware of that demographic. They'd also just what a bench in the concept of the white elitist for the skiing. I do completely agree and understand that historically, that has been the way. Um, I did not actually grow up skiing because my family couldn't afford it. The first time I was able to Experience downhill skiing. It was like once a year when I was 14 years old, and then I was, you know, using borrowed gear and literally skiing in my jeans, and I didn't actually become a neck spurts gear until I had graduated from college and moved myself to the mountains and Was paying my own way through life. So, yeah, I think it's kind of myopic to think that somebody doesn't engage in, you know, mountain climbing or hiking or skiing. But that doesn't mean that they shouldn't pay attention to this and you know where I live? Ah, lot of us put a lot of effort into getting other demographics out in the mountains experiencing them. I think that's actually a big push. That's happening in our country right now is we're seeing a lot more. People of color and people have different socioeconomic backgrounds being given a hand to get out there and and supported an uplifted and so I'm happy to say that from my perspective in the industry, I see that demographic shifting and I'm encouraged, and that also actually brings me a bit more encouragement around this entire top topic of climate change, because I do think it's it's the youth, and it's the other people who have somewhat been underrepresented who care a lot. They think about their lack of opportunities going forward in life. Should it be more difficult to protect their home from wildfire or get water or get out an adventure and Um, experience. You know what it means to, like, Get outside and have Opportunities for grit and determination and character building. Yeah, I hear your point about, you know, sort of typical profile of skiing is there's structural barriers, economic barriers, class barriers. People don't feel comfortable. All sorts of reasons about access for by the sport has been that way. I know there are efforts to To change that kid. Gloria, you took your Children to the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge when they were five and seven years old. I was about six years or so ago. How will skiing and outdoor winter sports change in their lifetime? It has changed a lot like my kids air they love skiing, and they've been skiing.

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Pennsylvania's Camelback Resort investigating lift chair fall that injured three people

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:11 min | 6 months ago

Pennsylvania's Camelback Resort investigating lift chair fall that injured three people

"Come on, Whose time 12 11, a ski resort in the Poconos, looking into an accident involving one of its chair lifts over the weekend. Response to trauma. Do a fault in the lift three paces. Killed. Exit the area. A father in his two Children are recovering after falling from a ski lift a Camelback ski resort in Pennsylvania on Sunday the chair plummeting 15 ft to the ground. The list to the heart stop went up straight down. Douglas Mackey was at the resort ski with his son when he let the father and two kids go ahead of him on the left. Mackey seeing it all happened. He just reached out to grab his kids, man and Oh, Next thing I knew they were falling. Heard sounds. These kids screaming man. It was bad. They went down and those kids was Freeman. It was pretty bad. We were sitting there. We don't know what to do. Don't you love me? Pretty study Ski patrol rushing to help the dad and his two boys ski patrollers in front of me. They pulled the Gangloff, the family. They start treating the first day, the National Ski Areas Association says a chair falling off the cable is rare, but it has happened before Camelback Resort, issuing a statement saying, We are devastated by the weekend's events on the Sullivan lift in our hearts go out to the family involved. We thank you for your patience as we continue to conduct a thorough investigation. In the meantime, the Sullivan lived remains closed. We don't know if was operator error If the lift had been properly maintained over the years or who was left into fall into disrepair, and that might have caused a problem. We don't know if it was a problem with The motor drives themselves. There's just a lot of unanswered questions at this point. The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry say they are aware of the incident and they're working with the resort on

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"national ski areas association" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"About this time of year most years a lot of people start dreaming about their upcoming ski trips but this year is possibly the weirdest year ever for skiers and snowboarders last year marked a turning point in which two giant conglomerates took over the ski industry in two thousand eighteen. Colorado private equity firm called k. s. l. partners got together with another investor and launch the multibillion dollar altera mountain company altera snapped up big-name resorts including steamboat springs mammoth resorts in california and deer valley resorts l. Terrorism enormous rival vail resorts went on a buying spree to last year. Veil the biggest ski resort company in north america continued scouring the country for acquisitions the bottom line. These dueling mega corporations as the wall street journal. Call them bought. Most of north america's top snow resorts and started selling ski passes that work at dozens of locations in twenty nineteen veils. Epic pass was good. At sixty nine different global resorts alturas icon. Got you into forty-one resorts from colorado steamboat. Ski resort to switzerland zermatt. The numbers climbed even higher. During the two thousand twenty ski season their strategies aggressive acquisitions and virtual multi mountain season passes allowed the to dominate the industry. If you're a ski company mogul the financial future. Looked amazing notice. I use the past tense. There there's not an industry exact who saw cove at nineteen coming or how it would devastate the industry last march. More than ninety percent of america's resort shut their doors abruptly as a whole. The industry lost about two billion dollars. According to the national ski areas association veils fiscal twenty. Twenty revenues fell thirty percent. Altera is privately owned but likely to affect the same pain so you might assume that. The outlook is pretty dark this season. Well you might be wrong. At production time vale. Stock price was close to a record high. Almost two hundred eighty dollars a share. That seems head-spinning. On the one hand you have an industry that relies on traveling and gathering together in a year when both restricted but so far the outlook for vail tara is far from that of a year without snow. Sales avail season passes of already surged twenty percent this year reports the colorado sons jason blevins. Why with indoor activities. Few and far between outdoor recreation of all kinds has skyrocketed moreover to comply with regional cova capacity restrictions. Some resorts are restricting. Day lift tickets. They're giving first dibs to. You've got it. Season pass holders vail now. Terra designed multi mountain. Ski passes as a way to make sales all year long and take a little of the sting out of paying the lift ticket window but now a season pass has become almost essential for snow lovers. If you don't have one you might not ski at all and even if you do you'll have to reserve your trip ahead of time. Once you're there the experience will be very different. Not surprisingly you'll have to social distance in lift lines at some resorts. You won't be allowed on a lift or gondola with anyone. But the companions you came with most indoor dining in bars or closed you may have to reserve a parking space and the resorts would prefer that you steal a day off mid week and skip that weekend skiing. These safety precautions are designed to keep ski resorts open and keep skiers and snowboarders lining up with their boots keys and wallet. If cova cases start climbing near your favourite mountain though it could all change overnight in the meantime we have a few words of wisdom for you. The intrepid skier be patient. Watch out on those double black diamonds and don't forget. Bring your lunch

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In the Weirdest Ski Season Ever, Big Resorts are Booming

Business Wars Daily

03:43 min | 9 months ago

In the Weirdest Ski Season Ever, Big Resorts are Booming

"About this time of year most years a lot of people start dreaming about their upcoming ski trips but this year is possibly the weirdest year ever for skiers and snowboarders last year marked a turning point in which two giant conglomerates took over the ski industry in two thousand eighteen. Colorado private equity firm called k. s. l. partners got together with another investor and launch the multibillion dollar altera mountain company altera snapped up big-name resorts including steamboat springs mammoth resorts in california and deer valley resorts l. Terrorism enormous rival vail resorts went on a buying spree to last year. Veil the biggest ski resort company in north america continued scouring the country for acquisitions the bottom line. These dueling mega corporations as the wall street journal. Call them bought. Most of north america's top snow resorts and started selling ski passes that work at dozens of locations in twenty nineteen veils. Epic pass was good. At sixty nine different global resorts alturas icon. Got you into forty-one resorts from colorado steamboat. Ski resort to switzerland zermatt. The numbers climbed even higher. During the two thousand twenty ski season their strategies aggressive acquisitions and virtual multi mountain season passes allowed the to dominate the industry. If you're a ski company mogul the financial future. Looked amazing notice. I use the past tense. There there's not an industry exact who saw cove at nineteen coming or how it would devastate the industry last march. More than ninety percent of america's resort shut their doors abruptly as a whole. The industry lost about two billion dollars. According to the national ski areas association veils fiscal twenty. Twenty revenues fell thirty percent. Altera is privately owned but likely to affect the same pain so you might assume that. The outlook is pretty dark this season. Well you might be wrong. At production time vale. Stock price was close to a record high. Almost two hundred eighty dollars a share. That seems head-spinning. On the one hand you have an industry that relies on traveling and gathering together in a year when both restricted but so far the outlook for vail tara is far from that of a year without snow. Sales avail season passes of already surged twenty percent this year reports the colorado sons jason blevins. Why with indoor activities. Few and far between outdoor recreation of all kinds has skyrocketed moreover to comply with regional cova capacity restrictions. Some resorts are restricting. Day lift tickets. They're giving first dibs to. You've got it. Season pass holders vail now. Terra designed multi mountain. Ski passes as a way to make sales all year long and take a little of the sting out of paying the lift ticket window but now a season pass has become almost essential for snow lovers. If you don't have one you might not ski at all and even if you do you'll have to reserve your trip ahead of time. Once you're there the experience will be very different. Not surprisingly you'll have to social distance in lift lines at some resorts. You won't be allowed on a lift or gondola with anyone. But the companions you came with most indoor dining in bars or closed you may have to reserve a parking space and the resorts would prefer that you steal a day off mid week and skip that weekend skiing. These safety precautions are designed to keep ski resorts open and keep skiers and snowboarders lining up with their boots keys and wallet. If cova cases start climbing near your favourite mountain though it could all change overnight in the meantime we have a few words of wisdom for you. The intrepid skier be patient. Watch out on those double black diamonds and don't forget. Bring your lunch

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"national ski areas association" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"This week. We're looking back at the past decade and forward into the next one with some of our marketplace reporters and remember how it was just talking to sobriety about the trade war with China. Well what's happened in China's economy over the last last decade is a story all its own and for that I'll turn to our China correspondent Jennifer. Pack she joins me from Shanghai for a look back and ahead. Ed Hey Jennifer Hi Kimberly. So how has the Chinese economy changed over the past decade. Oh a lot a lot One and big thing that I realized I was in Beijing in two thousand and six to two thousand nine By the time I left there were some cell phones but when I returned in two thousand fifteen I suddenly couldn't live without a smartphone if you go to a restaurant if you're trying to book a taxi or even pay for a taxi or by vegetable from the lady off off the street you need mobile payment in Shanghai. You have a worker attitudes changing drastically. They don't call it work life balance but they're certainly resistance. It's against the twelve hour work day six days a week The other thing is also national savings rate. It's still high but certainly amongst young people. They are more willing to to spend on credit so mobile payment companies are offering lines of credit to them and because of ECOMMERCE platforms. Being right on your cell phone they could just click a button and then they can get potato chips delivered in half an hour or they can get the latest lipstick color This is a new thing getting things now in spending almost like how Americans do so. That's a massive change in China's economy. And this kind of speaks to the growing middle class in China that's really emerged merged and become a powerful force in the last decade. Yeah for sure. And a lot of them are willing to spend so as the economy is slowing down especially with exports China. I used to be the factory floor for the world. Actually more and more businesses are selling to Chinese consumers. If you were to look back at when you lived in China the last time mm-hmm and and your most recent tour now. What things are the same in the economy well for one the Internet to the outside world is still very restrictive And if you have a major illness you could still go bankrupt in China even though there is a public health system and they have been strengthening it. The other thing is the unpredictability I would say of government rules and regulations and this is one of the things that the trade negotiations between between the US and China also touch on. Is that a lot of times. It's not just foreign businesses. It's just any private businesses. They don't know when suddenly the officials changed the rules sometimes they're not official either their unwritten. And who gets this information I and how do they go about getting it. That's the major frustration for a lot of businesses. Here not just foreign ones so looking ahead. What big trends are you? Predicting are going to shape the Chinese economy and twenty twenty one forward. Well I would never never get into the business of of prediction and anyone who tells you that they know what's going on in China absolutely is you should run away from them. I would. I'd say but what I will point out. Is that in two thousand eight. After the Financial Crisis China head implemented a huge economic stimulus of five hundred eighty billion dollars. At that time. I remember you had people. I think it just rained or something so at a tree trunk. There had been a water that collected at the bottom of this tree and there were no less than six workers. I kid you not shoveling the water out because wages were really really cheap. But now in two thousand nineteen with China's economy slowing down a naturally and then with the added pressure of the US China Tariff War. Wages have continue. Can you to go up. We're hearing from factories. Manufacturers reporting ten to twenty percent wage increases per year so how the government it is going to deal with this is going to be a focal point. Another thing would be In the year two thousand twenty China plans to eradicate absolute poverty. So how is China going to do that. That's something I'm definitely interested to explore further In the New Year ambitious goals indeed marketplace China correspondent Senate Jennifer Pack in Shanghai. Thanks so much Jennifer Thanksgiv- really Coming up the humor of having playtex involved didn't sit very well some nineteen sixties drama between a women's underwear company me and NASA but first let's do the numbers with Wall Street markets closed today for the Christmas holiday. We'll check in on some other. The numbers the National Retail Federation says stores expect about eleven percent of holiday. Sales will be returned. That's from a survey last year and the number tends to stay pretty consistent. And maybe that's because that noisy kid toy while a thoughtful gesture from some relative is going to drive you crazy and probably needs needs to be spirited away like a ghost of Christmas past and for your winter getaway if you're heading to the slopes the National Ski Areas Association says there were four hundred Jordan seventy-six places to ski this year and more than fifty nine million people got in some snow sport action up from fifty three million the season before. Stay safe without their this winter. You're listening to marketplace here at marketplace. Our mission goes beyond reporting the news. It's to make people smarter about the economy through reliable independent journalism. Your support is what makes it all possible whether you donate a little or a lot being a marketplace investor makes you a partner in that mission if you're already giving thank you so so much for going above and beyond if not well look. There's still time donate today at marketplace dot Org. Thanks for believing in what we do. This is marketplace place. I'm Kimberly Adams for many years. The country of Zimbabwe was defined by two things the struggle for independence and Robert Mugabe who lead the country from one thousand nine hundred eighty until he was forced out in two thousand seventeen. Mugabe is now gone but the country is struggling to emerge from his shadow for many Zimbabweans is life has not improved since then long lines for gas and food and electricity shortages are common earlier this year human rights groups said twelve people were were killed in widespread protests after the government increased the price of fuel the BBC's Stephen Soccer reports from Zimbabwean capital Harare embarrass a sprawling slum on the outskirts of Harare Zimbabwe. Come to escape. Crushing Rural Poverty Poverty. A crowd gathers around a stall selling basic provisions when I asked them whether life has improved under the successor to Robert Mugabe Commission. Mnangagwa's there on Sir is unanimous the chronically sick of being sent home from one of Harare's biggest hospitals almost all the doctors are refusing to work. They don't call it a strike. They say they've been incapacitated by salaries that have been dramatically devalued to mong gopher had initially been proud to qualify as a medic. But now people are Dang- are voidable. It's because of the current situation in the field in Zimbabwe's collapsed as no you okay system to talk about but the government would say that is on your conscience years but it's not on our conscience 'cause we cannot afford to come twig in that. Can you choose my conscience to pay for my Buzek. Which is my questions to pay for transport? I'm just an ordinary employees like in the employee and I need to capacity for me to do. You may drop the Zimbabwean government fears as many as seven and a half million. People will need emergency food aid next year. Officials deny that this is the result of mismanagement or misrule. The Environment Minister Mangaliso Lou blames continued sanctions. Gosh and the impact of Zimbabwe's prolonged drought. When we talk of people going hungry we had little talking about food on the table and food on the table? There's a direct impact coming from the route that we have experienced. And this has strange if I may say governments social protection expenditure because we have had to import close to seventy percent of our grain. Just make sure that these adequate crane in the country at sunset in. I'm barry the mood mood shifts quickly. The entire neighborhood is plunged into darkness. The electricity grid has been crippled by lack of hydro electric power. So so the only light comes from oil lamps fires and the lucky few with generators down amaze of dark alleys in a block originally built for single single male laborers but now teeming with families. I meet Yvonne Mugabe. She and three generations of her family live in one room and after dark. They huddled together by candlelight. Sometimes we just. You didn't talk with their food. Eat sometimes just let the thought eating. What do you think the future is going to be for your family? How the future is not good? Because there's no one going to school cool. There is no one was going to job we just seats. We just wait for people to to find food to eat. Ask for people to help us outside. Harare Bank hundreds wait in a long queue under Mugabe hyperinflation meant the US dollar became name the facto currency. Now there's an effort to reintroduce Zimbabwean dollar but only in limited amounts and people tell me that they can withdraw. Draw barely enough to last single day from embarrass him Bob Way. I'm the BBC's Stephen Saka for marketplace.

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"national ski areas association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kid toy well a thoughtful gesture from some relative is gonna drive you crazy and probably needs to be spirited away like a ghost of Christmas past and for your winter get away if you're heading to the slopes the national ski areas association says there were four hundred and seventy six places to ski this year and more than fifty nine million people got in some snow sport action up from fifty three million the season before stay safe out there this winter you're listening to marketplace marketplace is supported by T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities first hand institutions advisors employers and individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence and by they can deter fund working to advance individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments and transformative leaders and ideas learn more eight K. E. N. D. E. D. a fund dot org support for KQED comes in Berkeley grab sensing pigpen theatre co is the tale of Despereaux a new musical the courageous Despero shows are forlorn kingdom that even the smallest voice can change the world now playing Berkeley rap dot org and geico protecting people in their vehicles for over seventy five years geico is proud to offer emergency roadside service to bay area drivers learn more at geico dot com or one eight hundred nine four seven audio rain coming down in the South Bay and then you quite cold tonight he's a frost after midnight dropping down to the upper thirties to low forties Thursday Friday Saturday all expected to be sunny in the bay area with some areas of frost in the morning tomorrow temperatures will be in the fifties for highs daytime highs and then our next chance of rain will come Sunday it's KQED public radio this is market place I'm Kimberly Adams for many years the country of Zimbabwe was defined by two things the struggle for independence and Robert Mugabe who led the country from nineteen eighty until he was forced out in twenty seventeen Mugabe is now gone but the country is struggling to emerge from his shadow for many.

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"national ski areas association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kid toy well a thoughtful gesture from some relative is gonna drive you crazy and probably needs to be spirited away like a ghost of Christmas past and for your winter get away if you're heading to the slopes the national ski areas association says there were four hundred and seventy six places to ski this year and more than fifty nine million people got in some snow sport action up from fifty three million the season before stay safe out there this winter you're listening to marketplace marketplace is supported by T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities first hand institutions advisors employers and individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence and by they can deter fund working to advance individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders and ideas learn more eight K. E. N. D. E. A. D. A. fund dot org support for KQED comes from and sini sleep world celebrating fifty years of helping to promote a healthy night's sleep for the bay area with thirty three locations in hundreds of mattresses to choose from and seamlessly world has a mattress to fit any budget learn more sleep world dot com transplant working to help bring data to every question decision and action that affects an organization from I. T. operations to security to business analytics one they dated to everything platform more at long dot com we do have a beach house you'd statement in effect through Thursday morning due to well heavy surf tell turn your back on the ocean ever make sure and tell your out of state friends that mostly cloudy skies we have frost possible after midnight tonight and sunshine in the forecast for the next couple of days this is market place I'm Kimberly Adams for many years the country of Zimbabwe was defined by two things the struggle for independence and Robert Mugabe who led the country from nineteen eighty until he was forced out in twenty seventeen Mugabe is now gone but the country is struggling to emerge from his shadow for many.

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Ski Areas Find Seasonal Workers in Short Supply

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Ski Areas Find Seasonal Workers in Short Supply

"Thanksgiving is the traditional start of the ski season in the United States. There's usually enough snow around for resorts to open by now but ski area's needs something else. Seasonal seasonal workers who are becoming harder to find Wyoming. Public Radio's Maggie. Mullen reports David Bird with the National Ski Areas Association says for a Long Time Ski Resorts had one big incentive to attract all the workers. They needed a season pass. Those days are long gone. That's true says Lauren. Duke with steamboat Springs Ski Resort in Colorado. She says it's tough to hire with unemployment around four percent nationally. The resort industry usually trends with the economy. Here at the base of the steamboats Christie Peak Express. Lift Duke says that means resorts have to do more. I think everyone in the ski industry is always looking for ways to make their workplace the best workplace steamboat has increased base wages to twelve dollars and fifty cents an hour about a buck. Fifty above Colorado's minimum wage wage seasonal workers. Stay on for nine to eleven months. You benefits like health insurance and paid time off and parental. Leave those only on for the ski season Get perks like warm lunch or dinner for three to five dollars and discounted lift tickets for friends and family. Plus their season pass committee used at other resorts in the area. deb Hallway. A twenty six season veteran of steamboats ski patrol says she seen affordable housing become more of an issue the amount of reasonable rental properties thirties. I think is certainly diminishing over time and and That's tough as second. Homes and services like AIRBNB VIR B O or reducing housing stock doc and resort areas more resorts are offering workforce. Housing steamboat offers some staff rentals for three hundred fifty two four hundred and fifty dollars a month. About two-thirds it's cheaper than the lowest end local free market rentals plus steamboats units are right next to the resort. Norma Nickerson says I kind of proximity is important. You'RE NOT GONNA drive from Denver all the Way Vale. Every single day as a worker Nickerson directs the University of Montana's Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research. I know that some of the ski resorts have said well. If we don't get full staff were in were right on that edge and then of course somebody gets sick or they can't be there for few days. The the administrative people are out there doing those jobs just to fill in. And when that doesn't cut it she says resorts cut down on services like reducing restaurant on ours enclosing particular runs. You're leaving money on the table. They don't WanNa do that. But they're forced to another wrinkle. In Industries labor market resorts have traditionally nations depended on foreign workers in the US on J. One visas but it trump administration executive order placing restrictions on that program. Means that pool of employees has also been reduced. David Bird says it's not just a problem across the rockies. What I hear a lot from ski area owners and operators and it's true grew from large resorts down to small resorts? We're not feeling close to all the jobs that we have better available and if you do land one of those jobs you'll still get the season pass but ski resorts now know that alone. Just isn't a sweet enough deal anymore for N._p._R.. News Maggie Molin in Laramie. That story came to us from the mountain West News Bureau.

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"national ski areas association" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"national ski areas association" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The company initially thought a warning light for the censors was standard on all of those max planes, but later found that it was only activated. If companies bought an optional indicator another change in the weather for us along the front range. National weather service forecaster Kyle for dean says the changes start tomorrow with snow possible. Mid week. Wednesday night into early Thursday. We think the snow level could come down to the western suburbs. So yeah, there there will be a chance for some snow. It'll be light. But it will primarily be locations west of interstate twenty five the typical southern and south western suburb further up in the high country since the central mountains will see most snow with four to ten inches possible. Al that's good news for the remaining scary is that are still open Colorado slopes had a record breaking season the national ski area association released its numbers which a fifteen percent hike in visitors this year for the Rocky Mountain region that adds up to about twenty four million skier visits overall. And the announcement the Royal family had been waiting for. That's myself had a baby boy. This morning, very healthy, boy mother, and baby incredibly will. It's been. Most amazing experience like it ever supposed to be much that is Prince Harry just coming out after the birthday at Windsor palace. The baby weigh seven pounds. Three ounces will be seventh in line to the throne. The baby is Queen Elizabeth's. Second eighths, eight seconds eighth grade grandchild. So yes, oh, I see Queen. Elizabeth the second Queen Elizabeth Queen. What's strange is the baby really takes after the Queen all babies look like old old losing Zerorez. Providing a listener news here. Colorado's morning news on KOA NewsRadio. Why rent when you can buy a home for as little as at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans to make health care work better from pinpointing hotspots for childhood, asthma and taking action to keep kids in school to matching patients with a primary care doctors. They need we use our unmatched data and unique insights.

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