On August 8, 2014

Killington Resort announces 2014- 2015 merchant pass program: Program expands offerings regionally

KILLINGTON – The Killington Chamber of Commerce and Killington Resort have announced details for the 2014-2015 Killington Merchant Pass program. The 2014-2015 Killington Merchant Pass will be offered for $399 (plus Vermont and local sales tax) to members of the Killington Chamber of Commerce located in Killington, Mendon, Pittsfield, Bridgewater or Plymouth. Merchant Passes are valid seven days a week with no blackout dates, providing Chamber members with unlimited access to both Killington Resort and Pico Mountain. New this year, area businesses that previously did not qualify for the program will be eligible through a partnership with Killington Resort, Killington and Rutland Chambers. A Regional Merchant Pass will be offered for $569 each (plus Vermont and Local Sales Tax). In order to be eligible for the Killington Merchant Pass program, businesses must first be members in good standing with the Killington Chamber of Commerce. Second, employees wishing to participate in the pass program must attend a Merchant Pass Information Session sponsored by Killington Resort and the Killington Chamber of Commerce. The Merchant Pass Information Sessions will include the Killington Chamber and executives from Killington Resort presenting on a variety of topics including new programs, guest service, guest information at the Resort and community information. The presentations are open to all Killington or Rutland Chamber members, businesses are strongly encouraged to send management to this important meeting even if they do not plan on participating in the Merchant Pass Program. For additional information about the program or to obtain information on offering employees a Killington or Regional Merchant Pass, businesses should contact the Killington Chamber of Commerce or Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce. “We are thrilled to expand the Merchant Pass program, and hope the new partnership will help more businesses in the region work closely together,” says Mike Solimano, president and general manager of Killington Resort and Pico Mountain. “As more business owners and employees in our community experience the services we offer, their feedback will help us improve guest experience in both winter and summer.”

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