Chamber encourages the community to enjoy a ‘Snow Day’

PARK CITY, Utah — In the spirit of good fun and enjoying our community and its spoils, the Park City Chamber of Commerce | Convention & Visitors Bureau invites members and local residents to the first-ever Chamber Snow Day at Park City Mountain. The Snow Day is a meeting-free, fun-filled day at Park City Mountain on March 30 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Attendees will meet at Harvest at the base of Park City Mountain for a day spent enjoying the greatest snow on earth. Following a full day of snow sliding and gliding, attendees will meet at Legacy Lodge at 4 p.m. for a mixer with meaningful conversations and connection, food, drinks, and more.

“The Chamber Snow Day is all about fostering meaningful connections and memories with members and like-minded peers outside of the traditional office setting,” said Jennifer Wesselhoff, President and CEO of the Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau.

“It’s important for all of us to remember why we are here in Park City – the nature, the adventures, the outdoor activities and simply embracing the beauty of Park City and its surrounding environment. We are grateful to call this town our home and place of work, and I can’t wait to meet everyone out on the slopes.”

Attending the mixer costs $20 per person, and registration is required. Registration is not required for members that only wish to ski. For those that don’t have a Park City Mountain pass, there will be 50 discount day passes available for $50. Although this is a full-day event, attendance for the full day is not required. The chamber encourages everyone to sign up for the event to enjoy some time on the mountain and/or at the mixer. To register for the mixer and/or get a discounted day pass for the Chamber Snow Day, click here.

“The intention of this special, curated event is to truly celebrate our community coming together and to experience all the magical outdoor adventures Park City has to offer,” said Scott House, VP of Partner Services at Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau. “If you’re ready to let loose and have some fun on the mountain with other residents and colleagues, then this is the event to attend. There are no keynote speakers, no economic forecasts, and no meetings.”

To learn more about upcoming events, click here. For additional information about the Park City Chamber, visit parkcitychamber.com.

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