Great snow helps all resorts and gas costs hurt some

Shuffler, Jason
June 2008
Oregon Business Magazine;Jun2008, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p22
The article reports that ski resorts in Oregon fared well in 2008. According to the article, the resorts fared well due to getting an unusual amount of quality snow, though gasoline prices often determined which resorts did better. Frankie Labbe, spokeswoman for the Mount Bachelor ski resort, has been quoted as saying that rising gasoline prices might have prevented people from driving upto their resort. Information is also provided on the business of a few other ski resorts in the state.


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