May 13 2020
Snowbird, UT (May 13, 2020) — Snowbird announced its Passholder Promise to address the impact COVID-19 had on the 2019/20 season and help guests feel confident in planning for the 2020/21 season. Snowbird 2020/21 season passes went on sale today.
Snowbird is taking steps to provide assurance and purchase flexibility for guests through the Passholder Promise, which includes:
“We are optimistic about the future, and we are proud of all we have done together in the face of this pandemic to prioritize the needs of our guests, staff and Utah communities and we will continue to do so in the future,” said Snowbird President and General Manager Dave Fields. “These new programs were designed for our loyal passholders in order to help ease anxiety around what the next 12 months may hold for ski and snowboard enthusiasts.”
Snowbird also announced today that it will not re-open for skiing and riding this season.
“We exhausted every possible method of re-opening for skiing and riding. However, based on other resorts remaining closed and the population center right here in the Wasatch Front alone, there is no way we could mitigate the potential of being overrun and creating an unsafe situation. We don’t feel like we would be living up to our longstanding commitment of protecting the wellbeing of our employees, guests and community,” said Fields.
Snowbird is working toward re-opening for summer activities on Saturday, June 20, 2020, conditions permitting.
Detailed information on the Snowbird Passholder Promise can be found at snowbird.com/passholder-promise. For more information about 2020/21 pass products, visit snowbird.com/season-passes.
For media information, contact Snowbird Communications Manager Brian Brown at email@example.com or 801-891-3496.
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