Idaho Ski Resort Reopens For "Supply Chain Saturday" Due To Missed Shipment Of Snow In February

Idaho Ski Resort Reopens For "Supply Chain Saturday" Due To Missed Shipment Of Snow In February

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Idaho Ski Resort Reopens For "Supply Chain Saturday" Due To Missed Shipment Of Snow In February

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“Due to supply chain issues, your February order of snow has now been delivered. We apologize for any inconvenience.” -Bogus Basin

Excellent gimmick by the marketing people at Bogus Basin Ski Resort who have framed the recent 20 inch dump as a fulfillment of on a snow order they placed in February that experienced supply-chain issues.  Bogus Basin announced it is reopening on Saturday for a one day and they’re calling it “Supply Chain Saturday.”

“With more snowfall in the last 48 hours than we saw all of February and March, the year-round staff will be working hard over the next few days to put the mountain back together and run for this special one-day offering. This is an opportunity to thank our community for their support over this long, dry season. We appreciate your willingness to fill in, as needed, to pull off this reopening.” –Director of Mountain Operations, Nate Shake 

Bogus Basin’s operations are scheduled for 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday. They will be spinning Deer Point, Morning Star and Coach chairlifts. Tickets will be discounted starting at $39 for adults, $32 for teens and seniors, $19 for juniors, $10 for children and $15 for coach. Bogus Basin season-ticket holders are welcome to the one-day reopening, including employee, volunteer, night, midweek and Nordic pass holders.  For ticket purchasing info GO HERE.

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