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A Thank You From Our Team

by Brandon Quinn | March 11, 2021

Dear Skiers and Riders,

I wanted to personally thank all the customers that have utilized GetSkiTickets.com to book their ski adventures over the years. Our family-run business is now 12 years old! Without your support, we would not have the ability to pursue our mission of keeping the soul of skiing and riding alive by sharing our love of mountain travel.

I’d also like to thank our ski resort partners that worked with us this year despite the unique challenges. Thank you, Aspen Snowmass, Copper Mountain, Monarch Mountain, Sunlight Mountain Resort, Bear Mountain, Diamond Peak, Mammoth Mountain, Snow Summit, Giants Ridge, Windham Mountain, Magic Mountain, Killington, Pats Peak, Ski City Superpass, and Red Mountain, Black Tie Ski Rentals, Get Boards and many others. I am proud of the ski industry’s efforts this past year to stay open for the entirety of the ski season. I am grateful to all the ski resort personnel that made this season happen!

This past week, I had the opportunity to ski with friends and family at several of Colorado’s best ski resorts. It was a great reminder of how special it is to spend time in the mountains with the ones you love. Maybe it was the fresh air and scenery, but it felt as if the storm of “2020” loosened its grip. As we head into this spring, it is my personal belief that a tremendous opportunity awaits those who are willing to get out and explore.

As a company, we strive to better the experience of our customers as well as broaden our ski product offerings. Preparation for next season is already upon us and we look forward to a bright future filled with plenty of snow and lots of skiing and riding. Thank you for sticking with us these past 12 years and we look forward to assisting in your future ski adventures!

With gratitude,
Brandon Quinn
CEO / Founder of GetSkiTickets.com

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