Jay Peak Resort in Vermont Offering FREE Season Passes to Family of Active Duty Military

Jay Peak Resort in Vermont is extending a welcoming hand to say thanks to all active duty service members & their families. This winter, any Vermont active duty military member serving or about to deploy to Iraq or Afghanistan–and his or her immediate family (spouse & children)–will all receive free season passes as well as 50% off  equipment rentals and free skiing/snowboarding lessons (only in the afternoons though)! What an amazing ski deal for those serving in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, and the National Guard–as well as for their kids too!

In order to receive your pass, visit the customer service center (underneath the tram station). All you need is a Letter of Deployment and a military ID belonging to each family member. Additionally– there will be a Troops Ski and Ride Day on Saturday, Dec. 18 at Jay Peak. ALL military and their family members will receive a $20 lift ticket with military ID.

If you are a parent serving in the military, this is a must-have opportunity to get out on the slopes with your kids and enjoy the mountains!

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Jacqueline

A proud Colorado resident for 13 years, Jacqueline loves working up a sweat and being active outdoors, whether it's hiking 14ers, running the city, or working out at Red Rocks. She also loves traveling and having new adventures in the U.S. and throughout the world, spending time with her friends and family, good food and drink, and last, but certainly not least—the Denver Broncos!

One Response to “Jay Peak Resort in Vermont Offering FREE Season Passes to Family of Active Duty Military”

  1. Jay Peak Lodging Vermont December 21, 2010 at 11:32 am #

    lovely pic..

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