KILLINGTON, Vermont — Vermont’s Killington Resort, the largest ski and snowboard resort in the East, is offering savings up to $100 off the purchase of a 2008/09 season pass for guests who economically stimulate any Killington Chamber of Commerce member through December 15th.
“This is a great opportunity for our guests to enjoy a nice dinner out on the town, purchase that new ski jacket they’ve been eyeing, or escape for an early-season getaway at one of Killington’s fine lodging properties and apply up to $100 of their purchase toward a season pass,” said Patricia Ryan, Killington director of sales, marketing and reservations.
Simply bring a register receipt of $25 or more from any single purchase or combined purchases of up to $100 from any Killington Chamber of Commerce member to the Killington Sales Center at the Snowshed Lodge, and save up to $100 off the purchase of a 2008/09 Unlimited Adult or Young Adult season pass by December 15th. This offer is also valid to save up to $75 off the purchase of Unlimited Junior and the all-ages Blackout and Midweek season passes.
“This is a continued effort by the resort to partner with the Killington Chamber and create our own economic stimulus plan,” said Chris Karr, president of the Killington Chamber of Commerce. “We are confident this will motivate additional skiers and snowboarders to commit to the Killington Region this winter.”
The Killington Chamber of Commerce includes more than 100 members, including some of the region’s best restaurants and night clubs, retail establishments and lodging properties. For a complete list of Killington Chamber of Commerce members, please visit www.KillingtonChamber.com.
Only register receipts of $25 or more from any Killington Chamber of Commerce Member are eligible and must be dated from October 16 through December 15, 2008. Offer is valid for new season pass purchases only and must be made in person at the Killington Sales Center at the Snowshed Lodge by December 15, 2008. College passes, Merchant passes, Children’s passes and Pico Mountain season passes are not eligible.