JIMINY PEAK MOUNTAIN RESORT RAISES $13,500 FOR HURRICANE IRENE RELIEF
The money will be split and donated to the American Red Cross Hurricane Irene relief efforts and to year-round employees of sister resort Bromley Mountain who were directly affected by the storm.
Hancock, MA: Over the weekends of September 10th & 11th and September 17th & 18th visitors to Mountain Adventure at Jiminy Peak were helping a great cause while enjoying the Parks. A percentage of the ticket sales from those weekends are being donated to Hurricane Irene relief efforts. In total, $13,500 was raised and will be split evenly between the American Red Cross Hurricane Irene relief fund and year-round employees of sister resort Bromley Mountain, located outside Manchester, VT, who were directly impacted by the storm. Thanks to all who came out to Jiminy and helped raise money for those who are struggling with the effects of Hurricane Irene.
About Jiminy Peak
Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is located in Hancock, Mass., in the heart of the Berkshires. It is the largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England and summer home to Mountain Adventure at Jiminy Peak, which includes Mountain Adventure Park and Aerial Adventure Park. Jiminy Peak is also the first mountain resort in North America to generate its own energy using alternative wind power. Jiminy offers 102 one-bedroom suites for event attendees as well as two and three bedroom vacation homes and condominiums for larger groups, and specializes in meetings and conferences for as few as 10 and as many as 440 guests. The resort includes a variety of meeting spaces, activities for guests of all ages, and full-service catering.