Kids Learn to Ski Progam
–For Immediate Release–
SKI NEW MEXICO, KOAT-7 TO HELP KIDS LEARN TO SKI
Albuquerque, New Mexico
-- KOAT 7 in cooperation with Ski New Mexico and nine (9) of its resorts ( Angel Fire Resort, Pajarito Mt.., Red River Ski Areas, Ski Santa Fe, Sandia Peak, Ski Apache, Sipapu Ski Resort, Taos Ski Valley, and Nordic area - Enchanted Forest ) are pleased to join the nationwide efforts of “Learn a Winter Sports Month” this January 2012 . The KOAT Kids Learn to Ski & Snowboard program is now entering its fifth year.
Reservations are required and are being taken January 1, 2012 through January 31, 2012.
Both KOAT 7 and Ski New Mexico are committed to providing an affordable opportunity for the youth of New Mexico to learn a great winter outdoor sport.
For a price of $30.00 per day, children 6 to 12 years old may contact any one of our eight alpine resorts and one Nordic resort to make a reservation for the program. The program starts on Jan. 2, 2012 and runs through Jan. 31, 2012.
The program has limited space available and is by reservation only.
Angel Fire Resort: 575-377-4320
Pajarito Mt.: 505-662-5725
Red River Ski Area: 575-754-2223
Sandia Peak Ski Area: 505-242-9052
Sipapu Ski Resort: 800-587-2240
Ski Apache: 575-464-3600
Ski Santa Fe:
(call after January 1, 2012) 505-992-5084
Taos Ski Valley: 575-776-2291
Enchanted Forest: 575-754=6112
Mary Lynn Roper, KOAT-TV7, 505-884-7777
About KOAT-7 NEW MEXICO:
KOAT-7, perennially one of the top-rated ABC-TV network affiliates in the U.S., began broadcasting in Albuquerque on September 28, 1953. Today, it is one of 26 television stations owned and operated by Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc., which also manages three additional television and two radio stations in geographically diverse U.S. markets. Hearst-Argyle’s television properties comprise one of America’s largest television station groups, reaching approximately 18% of all U.S. TV households. 12 of the stations are ABC-TV Network affiliates, as is one of the managed stations owned by the Hearst Corporation, making it the largest ABC affiliate group in the country. The Company is also the second-largest NBC-TV affiliate owner, with ten NBC network stations, as well as two CBS-TV affiliates.
Hearst-Argyle also is a leader both in the convergence of local broadcast television and the Internet through its partnership with InternetBroadcasting™, as well as in the application of digital broadcast spectrum for new local informational services through its Weather Plus® partnership with NBC and various NBC-TV affiliate groups.
Hearst-Argyle Series A Common Stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “HTV.” Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc. may be reached at www.hearstargyle.com.
George Brooks, Ski New Mexico, 505-250-6610
About SKI NEW MEXICO:
Ski New Mexico is a non-profit membership organization of the ski industry of New Mexico. Founded in 1973 with the original mission to develop the full potential and promote the growth of the state’s ski industry, Ski New Mexico’s main purpose is telling the story of the great snow and sun that bless
New Mexico ski resorts. Today, Ski New Mexico has taken on new challenges, including developing more young skiers now and in the future.
Vacation in the Land of Enchantment, see our wonderful sights, and ski on the best snow in the best setting anywhere. Ski New Mexico, “Ski and Ride the Winter Sun”, www.skinewmexico.com.