EPIC Pass Serves Those Who Have Served Us

Posted on at 7:34 am by Andrea Webber

If you love to ski and serve or have served our country in the military, EPIC Pass is a smorgasbord of skiing and snowboarding with an amazing story behind it.

It all began in Vail. Pete Siebert and Earl Eaton, both World War II veterans, climbed to the top of Vail Mountain in 1957 and saw what would become one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Their determination and passion to bring access to the mountains to others made Vail Valley what it is today.

Ten years ago, EPIC was created to cut the price of skiing and snowboarding for our Veterans by more than half. Passes are 4-7 days of unlimited, unrestricted access to several of our most popular resorts including Vail, Beaver Creek, Whistler, Park City and for 2018/2019, Telluride.

Paying homage to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces, and service members of the Canadian and Australian military and their families, EPIC continues to provide special new military season pass products.

EPIC Pass also donates $1 to Wounded Warrior Project  (WWP) for every season pass sold for the 2018-19 season. This could exceed $750,000 based on last year’s pass sales, in honor of the legacy of the founders and help give back to those who serve our country.

“Pass” the word around – or make it a terrific gift for anyone you know in the military, a veteran or a dependent of a family in service.

EPIC Pass goes on sale today, March 6th.

… Andrea

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