Park City Mountain Resort’s $25 Benefit Days Lift Tickets Now on Sale - November 12, 2013
Park City Mountain Resort’s $25 Benefit Days Lift Tickets Now on Sale
- Limited number of specially priced lift tickets available at select Park City and Salt Lake City locations
- Park City Museum is this year’s non-profit Benefit Days sales’ beneficiary
- Benefit Days lift tickets valid Opening Day through December 20
- Since 2003, over $550,000 have been raised for Park City non-profits through Benefit Days ticket sales
Park City, Utah (October 10, 2013) – A limited number of specially priced $25 Park City Mountain Resort Benefit Days lift tickets are now on sale at the Park City Museum, Park City Mountain Resort and select retail locations in Park City and Salt Lake City. These lift tickets must be purchased in person, are limited to a maximum of four to a person, and are valid Opening Day through December 20, 2013.
All proceeds from this year’s Benefit Days ticket sales go directly to the Park City Museum, dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting Park City’s history and heritage. Since 2003, PCMR’s Benefit Days sales have raised more than $550,000 for non-profit organizations in the Park City area.
“We’ve shared a close connection with the Park City community for 50 years, and Benefit Days is a special way for us to give back,” said Jenni Smith, president and general manager of Park City Mountain Resort. “As we reflect on the last half century and celebrate our Golden Anniversary, the Park City Museum – with its mission of preserving Park City’s rich history – is the perfect beneficiary this year.”
“The Park City Museum is delighted to be named this year’s recipient of Benefit Days lift ticket sales, “ said Executive Director Sandra Morrison. “Proceeds from Benefit Days support our exhibit ‘Mines to Moguls: 50 years of Park City Skiing’ which celebrates the resort’s history. Proceeds also benefit 1,200 Park City school students scheduled to explore this exhibit through free field trips.”
On display November 22, 2013 through May 2014; the Park City Museum’s “Mines to Moguls” exhibit explores the resort’s history from its opening in 1963 to its subsequent expansion, the resort’s development as a world-class racing venue, the introduction of snowboarding to the mountain, and its turn as the world’s host during the 2002 Winter Games.
Benefit Days tickets are available for purchase at the Park City Museum, Park City Mountain Resort’s Resort Services Office, Jans and Cole Sport retail locations in Park City, and Sports Den in Salt Lake City.
Park City Mountain Resort is scheduled to open for the season on November 23.
About Park City Mountain Resort: Consistently ranked among North America’s premier resorts by the ski and snowboard industry’s most respected publications, Park City Mountain Resort is located in the heart of Park City, Utah and is only a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport. This winter, Park City Mountain Resort celebrates its 50th anniversary. More information at parkcitymountain.com.