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REMINDER | EMPLOYEES CAN EARN UP TO $200 FOR EMPLOYEE REFERRALS,NOW INCLUDING PART-TIME POSITION REFERRALS
Did you know that if you are a Grade 26 or below employee, you can refer a new candidate into any eligible full-time or part-time position and earn up to $200?! Yep, you read that right. Earning extra money + working with your friends and family = win-win. Find out how to put some extra cash money in your pocket (and theirs!).
A ride on Park City’s slopes is like a ride through its roots. If you’ve been there, you’ve likely noticed the historic remnants of the city’s mining history scattered throughout the mountain. A guided mountain tour will tell you more and you can learn how our Company is helping to preserve the structures.
We have re-imagined how resort television can bring the mountain experience around the world in real-time and are now broadcasting live from Vail and Beaver Creek every morning on TV8. Get a glimpse.
We are proud to partner with Starbucks as the Official Coffee of Vail Resorts. Did you know your employee pass gets you a discount at many of our resort location Starbucks? Sip it up at these stores.
With so many facets of our Company, we set out to give you the inside scoop in our Did You Know Series. Next up? Mountain News Corporation. Get in the know and you might even win a little someth’n while you’re at it.
Do the holidays have you stressed? Put the shopping list down and walk away. We know just what to do. Relax, recharge and rejuvenate at our spas with one of these must-try treatments. Get your glow on.
Do you have some shopping in your future? If the answer is yes, head over to AmazonSmile to make your purchase. If you do, a percentage will go toward the EpicPromise Foundation. You shop. Amazon gives. Easy, right? Find out how you can make a difference.
Did you know that Vail has one of the largest fleets of snowcats in the world? That’s a lot of cats. With the winter season approaching, we checked in with Bryan Rooney, Director of Mountain Operations at Vail to find out how the corduroy comes together.