I had a terrible part of a day today. I say part, because it wasn’t all bad; just one section of it. Though it made me look like this guy from Rage for a while. I wanted some cookies from a place which is half a block away from work. I forgot my bike in…
To most of the readers of this blog, our winter lives are consumed by snow. We wait on baited breath once the cold air hits for the first sign of snowfall. Then it finally happens, the first snow flakes. By this point we already have all the latest gear reviews, the first Snowboarder Magazine, and…
Some Jerry in Montana decided to unleash a tsunami of F-bombs on an unfortunate ticket clerk.
Cold weather was supposed to be on the way soon, bringing with it the promise of early-season skiing and riding across much of North America. Unfortunately, many of us have had our hopes dashed by unseasonably warm weather which appeared seemingly out of nowhere.
Unless you’re a no-talent hack, you didn’t go in to resort or terrain management in order to provide sub-par service. So why are you neglecting what are often the busiest slopes on your property, which contribute the most to your bottom-line?
Here’s another customer service issue, it didn’t grab any headlines because there’s no video, no f-bombs, no skiers vs. snowboarders, but it’s poor customer service anyways, at Angel Fire Resort in New Mexico.
Leo explains how & why you should lock up your snowboard gear, and also provides a recipe for a steaming bowl of dicks.
I totally appreciate that the weather is beyond their control – I’m just not sure they do.