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Jennie Spillane

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Marketing Director

Phone: (970) ***-**** ext. ***  
Email: j***@***.com
Sunlight Mountain Resort
10901 County Road 117
Glenwood Springs , Colorado 81601
United States

Company Description: Established in 1996, Sunlight Mountain Resort offers backcountry guided ski tours for alpine, telemark, cross-country, and snowboarding. Join us for a half-day tour...   more

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Contact Sunlight Mountain, 5 April 2015 [cached]
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2014 Media Contacts | Colorado Ski Country USA, 17 Jan 2015 [cached]
Jennie Spillane Marketing Manager ph: 970.947.5141 fax: 970.945.4437
Sunlight marketing manager Jennie ..., 6 Feb 2014 [cached]
Sunlight marketing manager Jennie Spillane said hosting the chili cook-off portion of Ski Spree at the historic Hotel Colorado links the mountain and downtown for a true community event. Ski Spree starts at 11 a.m. Saturday with the annual Rail Jam and runs through Sunday afternoon at the resort.
"We really wanted to incorporate downtown because we wanted Ski Spree to be an event for anyone, for the entire town if we can, not just for people who ski and snowboard," Spillane said. "This year the chili cook-off is at the Hotel Colorado, and guests can enjoy chili, live music by the Missing Link Band and fireworks, all for only 10 dollars."
Ski Spree chili cook-off attendees may purchase $10 wristbands that are also good for $10 off Sunlight lift tickets. The wristbands, required for chili cook-off attendance, are available for advance purchase in Glenwood Springs at Sunlight Mountain Resort, Sunlight Ski and Bike, the Hotel Colorado, the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association and ANB Bank.
"With Ski Spree bracelets, visitors can sample and vote for their favorite chili, save $10 on lift tickets and receive discounts at participating local businesses throughout the weekend," Spillane said. "The proceeds benefit Sunlight's learn-to-ski programs for children."
Spillane said last year's chili cook-off with the valley's restaurants and chili cooks was a big draw for Ski Spree participants.
"Local restaurants and local cookers had a blast sharing their secret talent with others," she said.
"Rail Jam is part of the USASA Rocky Mountain Series and is an opportunity for competitors to accumulate points toward qualifying for the national competition in April," Spillane said.
Spillane said the competition, which spectators can view from the Sunlight deck, features jumping, sliding, riding and tricks on a USASA-approved course of rails, boxes, pipes and walls.
"It promises to draw elite athletes from around the region to compete," she said.
At 8 p.m. Saturday night, the city of Glenwood Springs hosts a sky show using the fireworks left over from the Fourth of July, as a toast to the Ski Spree festivities. The fireworks display will launch from Two Rivers Park, which will be closed to the public, and can best be viewed from downtown Glenwood Springs, Spillane said.
"The show can easily be enjoyed from the courtyard of the Hotel Colorado or the nearby pedestrian bridge that spans the Colorado River," she said.
Ski Spree continues Sunday, Feb. 9, with the Need-for-Speed competition starting at 11 a.m.
"It will be a challenge to see who can clock the fastest time down Sunlight's Joslin run," Spillane said.
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Jennie Spillane / Courtesy Sunlight Mountain Resort |
"This is not an April Fool's joke, this is a very unfortunate event and is not reported with excitement," Jennie Spillane, Sunlight's marketing manager, said Wednesday morning.
The resort, located up Four Mile Road 10 miles southwest of Glenwood Springs, was able to remain open Wednesday using an auxiliary power source to operate the Primo Lift.
But the decision was made after contacting Holy Cross Energy, which provides electric power to the area, to have Wednesday be the final day of operation for the 2014-15 season, Spillane said.
"This is an issue that is not repairable in the immediate future and has affected the entire mountain," Spillane said, adding it would be cost-prohibitive to continue operating on auxiliary power through the weekend.
About 70 percent of the ski runs remained open through Wednesday, Spillane previously told the Post Independent.
She added that season passes for the 2015-16 season are already on sale at reduced 2014-15 early season rates through June 1, at
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Jennie Spillane, marketing director for Sunlight Mountain Resort, thinks people could cope. After all, plenty of people already come from outside the Mountain Time Zone without it being an issue.
Besides, she said, daylight saving usually increases revenues because skiers hang out at the restaurant after they're done on the slopes.
"It definitely adds to our day," she said.
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