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Ski Lake Tahoe adds Sugar Bowl, Homewood as members

By From page A11 | July 19, 2013

LAKE TAHOE — Ski Lake Tahoe, the winter destination marketing cooperative for the Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada region, expands its regional dynamic and guest offerings with the addition of Sugar Bowl Resort and Homewood Mountain Resort as new associate member resorts.

Ski Lake Tahoe will now consist of nine premier ski resorts and travel partners in the Lake Tahoe area entering the 2013-14 winter season. Ski Lake Tahoe resorts now boast a total of 22,060 skiable acres and offer new guest amenities, experiences and on-mountain thrills at further reaches of the Lake Tahoe region.

“Sugar Bowl Resort is proud to join Ski Lake Tahoe and its impressive efforts attracting destination visitors to the region. Sugar Bowl’s rich history, relaxed vibe, expansive terrain and legendary snowfall, coupled with the largest network of cross country trails in North America, brings to the mix an authentic alpine experience that’s sure to help the cause,” said John Monson, director of sales and marketing for Sugar Bowl Resort.

“Homewood is very excited to be joining the Ski Lake Tahoe group of resorts,” said Kevin Mitchell, general manager of Homewood Mountain Resort. “We’re hopeful that it will help us introduce the amazing views, uncrowded slopes and friendly West Shore attitude found at Homewood to an even broader group of skiers, snowboarders and potential Lake Tahoe visitors.”

For more information regarding Ski Lake Tahoe, visit SkiLakeTahoe.com.

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