A bond that will span generations
Concord, New Hampshire (PRWEB) December 17, 2014
Grappone is a fourth generation family owned and operated automotive group in Concord NH, that sells and services Toyota, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, and Scion vehicles. Their philanthropic vision and drive has echoed it's way across NH making them the #1 automotive group of choice for guests who enjoy being pleasantly surprised by a car dealership in NH. At Grappone, they value the time of their guests with their upfront pricing and negotiation free sales process enabling them to deliver memorable experiences in every interaction.
Grappone Automotive Group and Pats Peak Ski Area have had a solid business relationship for several years and their involvement in the New Hampshire community has been a breath of fresh air. This winter, Grappone Automotive Group and Pats Peak are continuing their promotional partnership which includes season passes for this ski season. While supplies last, each person that purchases a new or used vehicle from any Grappone dealership will receive two season passes to Pats Peak Ski Area.
Pats Peak is in its 52nd consecutive ski and snowboard season under the Patenaude family ownership. They have 28 well-groomed trails for all abilities, 9 gladed areas, 3 terrain parks, a snowtubing park, 11 lifts, 100 percent snow-making, and some of the most challenging skiing in southern New Hampshire. Pats Peak also has a Weekday Learn to Ski and Ride Program for more than 8,000 kids from over 100 local schools. There are more than 70 Adult Racing teams in theAdult/Corporate Racing League. Many adults participate in the weekday Adult Ski; Snowboard Clinics for all ability levels. Pats Peak has 100% of its trails and slopes lit for night and is one of the state's most accessible learn-to-ski-and-snowboard mountains, with three separate beginner areas.
It is by no surprise that these two wonderful organizations in New Hampshire have created a bond that will span generations. Their drive and philanthropic visions mesh together well and they should be looked up to as a point of clarity in the NH community.