Bristol Mountain Has Been Making Snow All Winter! Canandaigua, N.Y. - Despite the sunshine and warm temperatures, Bristol Mountain has been surprisingly busy all winter making snow. The mountain's 1200' vertical, 30 trails, 2 terrain parks, 1 half pipe and 1 Nordic Loop are prepped for skiing and riding-and to top it off, they've decided to spread the word in a very standout way. Bristol Mountain is launching a "We've Got Snow" Prize Patrol promotion, where team members are hitting the streets of Rochester with vouchers and giveaways to spread the word that Bristol has snow. This community effort is fun for everyone, and the hope is that the promotion will get everyone back in the winter spirit. "The weather couldn't be more perfect for skiing and riding right now," said Drew Broderick, Marketing Director at Bristol Mountain. "We hope that everyone will get as excited as we are about this year's snowsport season with the ‘We've Got Snow' Prize Patrol!" The prize patrol team will be decked out in ski and snowboard gear now through March 4th in an unable-to-be-missed snow patrol truck. The street team will be handing out giveaways and vouchers for $1,000 worth of prizes. Skiers and snowboarders can also visit Bristol Mountain's Facebook page to print a voucher to bring with them on their next visit to the mountain. Bristol Mountain has hosted most of the areas Nordic events this winter, being the only facility with enough snow. Other events held at Bristol Mountain this year include the 2012 New York State Special Olympic Winter Games, Nordic Sectionals, the Scott Delforte Memorial Park Jam as well as the Toyota Freestyle Fest which is the largest freestyle event in the Northeast. To find out more about what Bristol Mountain is doing to keep the winter spirit alive, visit the schedule of events page on their website at bristolmountain.com/events.
###Bristol Mountain is the premier resort located in the Western Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York. Our 1200' vertical rise allows Bristol Mountain to reign as the highest vertical between the Adirondack/Laurentian Mountains of the east and the Rocky Mountains of the west. There are 34 slopes and trails and 138 acres of total skiable terrain. Visit BristolMountain.com for more information. Media Contact: Rebecca Delaney Account Executive Clark CSM Marketing Comm. email@example.com W: (585) 264-1490 C: (585) 733-8829