For Immediate Release
December 17, 2010
Saddleback Maine's PEAK Passes are Available
to This Year's Honor Students
RANGELEY, Maine -As the semester's grading period draws to a close, Chris Farmer, general manager of Saddleback Maine is reminding New England students that if they are on the honor roll they qualify for a PEAK (Promoting Education and Activity for Kids) season pass. The PEAK program is available for honor roll students in all of New England.Honor roll students in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont can purchase a PEAK pass for $99.00 and Maine honor roll students can purchase a PEAK pass for $59.00.
"Saddleback is now open for the season, and what better way to celebrate a student's success in school this year than by getting outside and hitting the slopes?" asks Farmer. "A PEAK pass can make a perfect last minute holiday gift, too."
Launched in 2009, Saddleback's PEAK Program originally rewarded Maine's honor roll students in K-12 with a discounted season pass. The PEAK program is designed to encourage students to perform well in school, to help curb childhood obesity, and to promote getting outside and enjoying winter sports.
Any student in New England up through grade 12 that makes the honor roll during the year is eligible to receive a discounted Saddleback season pass. Ideal proof is a list from the school that lists all honor roll students. Other acceptable proof is a report card or a letter from the school principal or superintendent. Any criteria set by the school that defines an honor student is acceptable to Saddleback.
Passes are available for purchase online, or by calling 866-918-2225. Proof of honor roll status must be furnished prior to issuance of the pass.
Saddleback Maine offers a big mountain experience, with a wide variety of trails and glades serving all levels of skiing and riding. A Maine family-owned resort, Saddleback is focused on keeping the sport affordable for skiers, riders and families, while providing quality Maine hospitality. With an average annual snowfall of over 200 inches, an elevation of 4,120 feet and a vertical drop of 2,000 feet, Saddleback has captured the spirit and fun of alpine skiing since 1960. Located in the legendary Rangeley Lakes region, Saddleback is fast becoming New England's favorite mountain resort and is proud to be part of preserving the beauty, balance and traditions of the area and sharing them with generations to come.
For more information about Saddleback and its year-round offerings, visit www.saddlebackmaine.com. For information about real estate investment opportunities, click here.
- 3"-4" Snow Last 24 Hours
- 174" Year to Date
- Primary: Packed Powder
- Secondary: Powder
- 67 Trails Open
- Report Last Updated:
- 03/04/15 @ 4:42pm
- Fireside Dining March 6, 2015 6:30 PM
- Fireside Dining March 7, 2015 6:30 PM
- Park Shark Series - Big Air March 8, 2015 12:00 PM
- Friday Night Lights Rail Jam March 13, 2015 4:00 PM
- Fireside Dining March 13, 2015 6:30 PM
- Kit Casper Retirement Party March 14, 2015 2:00 PM
- Fireside Dining March 14, 2015 6:30 PM
Ski & Stay Packages, click here.