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I will champion Mulcahy’s crusade

Dear Editor:

I have known Lee Mulcahy since the mid-’80s and always adored him. His sense of humor, love of life and loyal friendship is to be admired.

The outrageous actions of the Skico in Aspen are appalling, and they should be embarrassed. I will make sure that this story gets told throughout the country as I travel weekly doing events that outdoor enthusiasts attend. Bad press is not the kind of publicity any company should want, but I guess Aspen companies don’t relate to the rest of the world.

Lisa Barton

Reading, Pa.

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