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East Coast to the Rockies Best Place to be a Ski Bum

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Hello all this is my first post here. I am moving to Colorado for the 04/05 season,I am seeking any advice or contacts i can get. I have not been able to get any of the resorts to respond to my inquries. I am 40 yrs. old, and own my own remodeling company . I have no resume: . What can i do to gain a response I have alot to offer. If any one in Summit County owns a remodeling or construction company with houseing and a pass I am your man.
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The best thing to do, if you can that is, is to take the leap of faith. Networking face to face is how business is done in ski towns. Pick your favorite place and try to establish a network. If you are not successful, move on.
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Welcome Billy! As a recent east coast transplant to Summit County, I may be able to give you some insight. I am opening up my sport conditioning studio in September, and needed some minor things done. Everyone I called took forever to get back to me. Finally, I found two guys from Philly, who started their own painting company out here. They moved here because they realized how laid back other contractors were out here, and realized that their east coast work ethic could help them a whole lot.

What Beerman said about networking is also very, very important! Many epic people live in Summit County, and they have been wonderful about introducing me to the right people. Hang out here and you may make some "friends in high places!"
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LM, by that do you mean around 6,000 feet?
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