Lee Canyon's Feel Good Fridays Fundraising Event Series Launches March 6, 2020
Proceeds from $25 lift ticket sales help support the high fives foundation
By: Lee Canyon
"Last year, Lee Canyon raised just over $20,000 thanks to the enthusiasm of our local community. This year we want to match that number," said Jim Seely, Lee Canyon's director of marketing and technology. Seely explained that fundraising efforts in Las Vegas had helped athletes faced with overwhelming injuries like mountain biker Landon McGauley and swimmer Meredith Koch.
Feel Good Fridays include live music, giveaways, and other special features. "Typically, March at Lee Canyon means terrific spring skiing conditions, making it an ideal time to get outside in the Spring Mountains," said Seely. "But beyond fun, we are coming together to help people with life-altering injuries get back to doing what they love with the people they love."
Lee Canyon's Play Forever is a commitment to protect the environment and enable participation as the resort strives to be an enduring business that inspires the adventure lifestyle for generations.
Lee Canyon, now in its 57th winter season, recently opened the doors of Hillside Lodge, a new two-story, 10,000 square foot building at the base of the resort offering indoor and outdoor spaces with sweeping views of Lee Canyon. Hillside Lodge is the most significant transformation in the resort's history.
Lee Canyon's 2019-20 winter season is expected to run through March 2020, weather permitting. For information on Hillside Lodge, and pricing for season passes, lift tickets, and tubing, visit www.leecanyonlv.com.
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