BREAKING: Vail Resorts, Park City Ski Patrol Reach Agreement "In Principle"

BREAKING: Vail Resorts, Park City Ski Patrol Reach Agreement "In Principle"

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BREAKING: Vail Resorts, Park City Ski Patrol Reach Agreement "In Principle"

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Credit: PCPSPA

Sean Higgins of KPCW Radio, a Park City-based radio station, has stated that employer Vail Resorts and The Park City Professional Ski Patrollers Association (PCPSPA) have reach an agreement “in principle”.

The deal isn’t finalized, and PCPSPA members will still need to vote before the agreement is official. Higgins expects a vote to take place tonight.

This is big news for the members of PCPSPA. Their Solidarity Fund that raised $101k, and their 98% vote in favor of a strike, was clearly enough to get Vail to budge.

Here’s to hoping the deal gets done, and that the patrollers at Park City are paid what they deserve. This will be a huge win for patroller unions across the country, and the workers of the ski industry as a whole.

Stay tuned here at Unofficial Networks for any updates the PCPSPA and Vail Resorts situation.

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