Business Briefs September 18, 2017
Land Rover, Boy Scouts help Houston
Land Rover Roaring Fork decided to help out its affiliates in Houston with a relief fundraiser and teamed up with the Boy Scouts to “Stuff the Cars.”
The local dealership sent 10 cars stuffed to the brim with supplies that included nonperishables, bottled water, toiletries, blankets, clothing, baby supplies, pet food and more, to other Sonic Automotive stores in Houston.
Boy Scouts with Troop 225 were at City Market, Safeway and Land Rover Roaring Fork on Sept. 8 and 9 to help gather supplies and stuff the cars with donations from across the valley.
Sunlight Mountain Resort introduces a new pass this season: the Sunny Soaker Pass, which includes a season of access to Glenwood Hot Springs Pool in addition to skiing and riding on the mountain. The pass is valid Dec. 8 to April 1, and costs $604 for adults 18-64, $424 for adults 65 and older or $454 for students 13-17.
Season pass holders also receive 10 percent discounts on food purchased on the mountain as well as new products at Sunlight Ski & Bike Shop downtown. Those who have already purchased season passes can upgrade to a Soaker Pass by paying the price difference. Learn more at sunlightmtn.com.
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Doug Stenclik and Randy Young had a feeling that ski touring — everything from uphilling at ski resorts to more adventuresome trips to the backcountry — would surge in popularity, so in 2011 they took a chance and opened a shop dedicated to the niche sport. It paid off and they have continued to grow. This winter they teamed with Aspen Expeditions to take over retail operations at the base of Aspen Highlands.