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November 16, 2012
DENVER — A disappointing snow year in much of Colorado ski country last season has the state's resorts and hotels hoping that snowboarders and skiers will burn off some pent-up demand for deep snow this winter.
“Skiers and riders, it isn't just something they do. It's who they are,” said David Perry, senior vice president of the mountain division of Aspen Skiing Co., which benefited from more snow than some other Colorado resorts last year. “They will come back if the weather is halfway normal.”
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