Ski Utah's new Last Chair will take you inside Utah's resorts for the story behind the Greatest Snow on Earth. In a weekly series of audio features, host Tom Kelly will bring you behind the scenes with resort leaders, athletes and fascinating figures who are the stories inside Utah skiing and snowboarding.
Whether you're a passionate local snow rider, or a guest to the Utah mountain landscape, you'll learn about the mountain life through the stories of the men and women who shape the Ski Utah experience. Each Last Chair episode is 30-40 minutes, with insightful questions and fun anecdotal facts. As a career communicator, Kelly weaves stories with ease bringing listeners inside the mountain tales of Utah skiing and snowboarding.
You can find Last Chair every Wednesday right here at skiutah.com, or on your favorite podcast platform.
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Last Chair host Tom Kelly is a lifelong skier and storyteller who moved from the hills of Wisconsin to the mountains of Utah. Kelly is most known as the spokesman for the U.S. Olympic Ski and Snowboard Team, telling the stories of great athletes at 10 Olympics. His Behind the Gold stage presentations have entertained and educated audiences around the country. “Skiing and snowboarding are exhilarating activities that take us up to the peaks to experience that majestic feeling that is so much a part of our mountain life.” Kelly has been widely recognized for his work, including the Bob Gillen Memorial Award from the North American Snowsport Journalists Association for his professionalism in public relations, the Spirit of Hospitality Award from the Park City Chamber Bureau for his work in the resort community and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee’s Building Dreams Award for his storytelling about Olympic athletes. Just last spring, Kelly was inducted into the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Hall of Fame. A passionate home cook, Kelly also enjoys SCUBA diving and running his Jeeps in the Utah desert. He and his wife Carole call Park City home, where they enjoy hosting friends at their legendary Star Barn Silver Creek.
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