Tweet All About It: The 1 percent
Each week we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
• “First time in Aspen. Guess what? This is where the 1% hangs out. Never saw so many private jets on the tarmac” — @snhuprez
• “Only @ the discount nail salon in #Aspen — sitting next 2 a guy, he’s on his phone talking about house on the beach he’s rented in #Malibu” — @ShellyHamill
• “Sooo who wants to make an impromptu trip to Aspen?” — @JoanieLyons
• “Buy A Koch Brother’s Aspen Vacation House for Just $89.9 Million en with me for Wanderlust for the 4th of July?” — @WenzelEconomics
• “Getting ready for a big week of travel — Off to NYC for some press fun and then off to Aspen for #theaspenFoodandwine. Fun travel! — @CEODRY
• “The rumors are true: Aspen is beautiful. Aspen Summer Words begins tonight!” — @Mary_Beth_Keane
• “Elaborate Aspen nuptials have caused problems!” — @wedsboutique
• “Anyone headed to Aspen F&W from Vail or Denver please hit me up if you can take a box of wine from Vail for me. You’ll be rewarded!” — @Csqd
• “Carne asada and kimchi tacos. Who’d thunk it? My new favorite the at the J Bar Aspen.” — @kmsu1
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