Mainstreet Steamboat Springs: Thank you, Ski Corp.
As the ski season comes to a close, the board of directors for Mainstreet Steamboat Springs would like to take this time to thank Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. for all its efforts to make what was a less than stellar snow year an extremely successful year for downtown Steamboat restaurants and retailers.
We assume the rest of the community also fared well. Kudos to the snow groomers for the excellent job they did to keep snow in the best shape possible, working with very little.
Thank you for being sure communication to the outside world about how good the conditions were and letting everyone know when we got new snow. We should also include Central Reservations, the Chamber and the lodging community for conveying positive messages to our guests at every opportunity.
In talking with many visitors to downtown, despite the low snow year, their experiences in Steamboat were very positive, and they were really glad they came. Frankly, most of them come from places where there is no snow, so maybe it was only us that knew the conditions weren’t what we are used to.
While the conditions were not ideal, visitors came downtown in droves, shopping, dining and enjoying other activities. None of that would have happened if the guests had never come. Thank you Ski Corp, Central Res, Chamber and the lodging community for all your efforts, which benefitted not only your businesses, but all of Steamboat Springs.
Mainstreet Steamboat Springs
Board of directors
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