This is a great opportunity to promote Tahoe's most beautiful resort. Homewood is already off to a great start this year by receiving more than 3 feet of snow.
Lake Tahoe, California (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
GetSkiTickets.com recently announced their fourth partner in the Lake Tahoe Region for discount lift ticket deals and season pass promotions. Homewood Resort will join Diamond Peak, Sugar Bowl and Sierra at Tahoe. "This is a great opportunity to promote Tahoe's most beautiful resort. Homewood is already off to a great start this year by receiving more than 3 feet of snow," says Co-Owner Brandon Quinn. "Not only is Homewood a cherished historic-site but it is also renovating the base area that will blend its current charm with state-of-the art environmental practices." states Brandon. According to the master development, there are two phases planned in Homewood's upgrade. The first phase of construction is scheduled to break ground in 2014 and finish in 2017. Phase two is expected to be complete in the year 2020. Homewood is projecting many benefits including; community amenities, recreational enhancements, boosted property values and local job creation in the adjacent community.
Homewood Mountain Resort is utilizing GetSkiTickets.com to promote their season passes to adults and college students. The unrestricted passes can be used any day of the season without blackout dates, but also comes with guest benefits such as; 10% off food and beverages, 10% off rentals, demos and retail goods, 20% off lodging at the West Shore Cafe and Inn and Constellation Residences at Northstar, unlimited skiing and boarding at Red Lodge Mountain Resort in Montana and 5 days at Whitefish Mountain.
The GetSkiTickets.com season pass marketplace enables resorts to leverage their season passes to skiers and riders who are looking for nearby deals. "This is the pass that keeps on giving all year long," says Erika Troyer from GetSkiTickets.com.
GetSkiTickets.com, founded in 2008, is a hard working family owned business that loves skiing and is dedicated to showing all the benefits associated with the sport of skiing and riding for many generations to come. They are located in Denver, Colorado.