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.
I honestly wish this issue would go away and we’d never need to talk about snowboarding and the FIS (or even the IOC) in the same sentence again but unfortunately the Olympics needs the snowboarding loot so…
Looking at how far the sport has come in the last 15-20 years, it’s clear that snowboarders are just like trophy wives: no matter how good you are, tomorrow there will eventually be younger hotter shit than you…
Although we’d like to believe that a feature in a Buyer’s Guide means that we should feel safe plunking down a month’s worth of summer job wages on a new stunt stick, sadly it seems an appearance in the Buyer’s Guide means about as much as that tee-ball trophy.