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Sugarloaf’s Popular “Spring Pack” returns in 2015

CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine -With more than 10 feet of natural snowfall this season, Sugarloaf is gearing up for a long season of spring skiing. The resort announced today the return of its popular spring skiing promotion-Spring Packs.

Each Spring Pack provides three lift tickets, valid for any day from Friday, March 13 through the last day of the season, including all weekend days and Reggae Fest, all for just $160.   

Sugarloaf first unveiled the Spring Pack three seasons ago as a means for non-pass holders to experience the greatest spring skiing in the east. In the years since, this item has become a spring skiing essential.  

"The Spring Pack provides the perfect way for skiers and riders to tap into the warmer temperatures, longer days, and wild parties that are all part of spring at the Loaf." Said Ethan Austin, Sugarloaf's Director of Marketing. "It's the must-have accessory for any spring skiing enthusiast."  

As the winter season draws to a close for many resorts at the dawning of spring, Sugarloaf is just getting started; the resort is slated to host some of the biggest events of the season from late March through the end of April, including the 5th annual Sugarloaf, Banked Slalom, the US Alpine Championships, and the 27th annual Bud Light Reggae Festival.  

Sugarloaf has averaged 8 inches of snowfall per week in the 15 weeks since the 2014-15 ski season began, contributing to historic season of early openings in exceptional skiing.  

"At this point in the season we usually place wagers on how long we expect the snow to last," said John Diller, Sugarloaf General Manager. "Thanks to all this snow, I have no doubts that this will be one of our longest seasons."  

Spring Packs are on sale now and can be purchased at Guest Services, online, or by calling 800-THE-LOAF.  

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Media Inquiries:

Noelle Tuttle, Communications Manager, 207-237-6989, ntuttle@sugarloaf.com  

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About Sugarloaf - Located in Carrabassett Valley, ME, Sugarloaf is largest ski area in the East, and is home to the only lift-serviced above treeline skiing and riding in the East, as well as the number one golf course in Maine, according to Golf Digest. Sugarloaf is a member of the Boyne Resorts family of resorts and attractions. Follow: www.sugarloaf.com, www.facebook.com/sugarloaf, and http://twitter.com/sugarloafmaine