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Posts from October 2009

America's top snow: Skiing readers laud Utah resorts - again

10/30/2009

Mike Gorrell, Salt Lake Tribune -- The typical young Skiing magazine subscriber gets twitchy on days like Wednesday and Thursday, when thick clouds blanketing the central Wasatch Mountains excite thoughts of falling snow. Not just any snow, but the best snow in North America, at least in the opinion of those Skiing devotees who again said no

Solitude Opens Early!

10/29/2009

SOLITUDE OPENS EARLY! With the recent cold temperatures and early season snowfall that has blanketed the Wasatch, Solitude is welcoming the winter season ahead of schedule! Snowmaking began as early as the first week of October and Mother Nature has been especially cooperative - thus allowing Solitude to move up Opening Day by one week to

Solitude Opens Early!

10/29/2009

SOLITUDE OPENS EARLY! With the recent cold temperatures and early season snowfall that has blanketed the Wasatch, Solitude is welcoming the winter season ahead of schedule! Snowmaking began as early as the first week of October and Mother Nature has been especially cooperative - thus allowing Solitude to move up Opening Day by one week to

Salt Lake City convention bookings look promising in recession-tinted picture

10/20/2009

Les Roka, The Selective Echo -- There is no doubt that Scott Beck, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau, relishes a challenge. In competing with other venues to host association conventions and meetings, corporate business gatherings, and city-wide events, many of which have had their budgets severely curtailed in the

Which Airports Have the Fewest Delays?

10/18/2009

ABC News, Ron Scherer -- This might be one of the few good things to come out of the recession: airport delays are down. Yes, you read that correctly - even if you are sitting in an airport wondering when your flight will take off. According a new survey by the Brookings Institution, on-time performance as of June was up 5.1 percent compared