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Jennie L. Spillane

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Capitol Peak Marketing

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Employment History

Marketing Manager

Colorado Ski Country USA


Marketing Manager

Sunlight Mountain Resort


Web References(23 Total References)


sunlightmtn.com

x220 Jennie Spillane - Marketing Director
jennie@sunlightmtn.com


www.coloradoski.com [cached]

Jennie Spillane
Marketing Manager ph: 970.947.5141 fax: 970.945.4437


sunlightmtn.com [cached]

x220 Jennie Spillane - Marketing Assistant jennie@sunlightmtn.com


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Jennie Spillane: Marketing Assistant
970-618-6258 jennie@sunlightmtn.com


www.postindependent.com

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 www.Sunlightmtn.com.


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