A big thanks
The Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol would like to thank everyone involved with our fourth annual Inferno Uphill/Downhill event held on Saturday, March 6. The support and participation of community members is what makes this event a great success!We would like to thank this years sponsors: the Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol, Henry and Miguel Purcell of the Portillo Ski Resort in Chile, Mario Lobo of Los Vascos Wine, and Martin Sinkoff and Dano Householder of Pasternak Wine Importers. Kent Taylor won the trip to Portillo, Chile, which includes a five-night stay for two at the Octagon Lodge, lift tickets and four meals each day. We applaud Joey ORourke from Aurora for donating the official Inferno trophy, made out of walnut wood with a red heart wood inlaid of red flame; every years male and female winners will have their names listed on the trophy.We would like to give special thanks to the following for making our raffle prizes for race participants the best ever: The Shirt Stop, The Wine Spot, The Endeavor Cafe, Pro Mountain Sports and Tune Shop, New York Pizza, Indigo Equipment, Mobile Lube, Aspen Expeditions, Iguanas Bar & Grille, Boot Tech, Ajax Bike & Sports, Paradise Bakery, Takah Sushi, Tasters Pizza, Durrance Sports, Big Wrap, Thunderbowl Market-Cafe, Obermeyer, The Cantina and Willow Creek.A big thank-you to: Aspen Highlands ticket office, Andreas and the Merry-Go-Round staff, Maureen Poschman of Promo, Inc., Greg Poschman of Moving Media, Channel 16, The Aspen Times, KSPN, Aspen Daily News, KSNO, volunteers Sheilah, Lisa, Doug, Tom, Matt, Dru, Martin and Scott, and the entire staff at Aspen Highlands.Thanks again to all of you, see you on the ridge, have fun and always ski safe.
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