See what Gorsuch Haus has to offer |

See what Gorsuch Haus has to offer

We invite people to come by the World Cup Village in Wagner Park and stop by the Gorsuch Haus booth for cookies and hot chocolate. We are presenting our latest design for a new hotel and revitalized base area at Lift 1A, the site of the World Cup races finish. (We also are handing out free cowbells to cheer the racers on with.)

If you haven’t seen it, we think you’ll be excited with our design for a modest-sized hotel, restaurant and bar, and a new lift plaza area. If you’re local and been following our project, then we think you’ll like the changes we’ve made.

The World Cup Village is open from 1 to 9 p.m. for the next few nights. There is a lot going on there besides our booth — music, food and booths from other sponsors of World Cup like Gorsuch Haus.

Jeff Gorscuch and Bryan Peterson


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