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City of Aspen, local businesses join forces to offer discounts

Through a new initiative between Aspen Parks and Recreation and several local businesses, holders of the department’s Fun Pass are now eligible for discounts around the city.

The Fun Pass allows users to participate in various activities at the Aspen Recreation Center and the Red Brick Building at a discounted price. With the new partner program now in place, passholders also may obtain discounts of between 5 percent and 20 percent at select retail shops, restaurants and hotels.

“It’s an added benefit for Fun Pass members,” said Keith Bulicz, parks and recreation supervisor.



He added that the initiative is designed to boost sales of Fun Passes as well as bring more customers to participating entities.

For a full list of participating businesses or to check the price of Fun Passes, visit the website http://www.aspen recreation.com.


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