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Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Wrap-Up

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Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Wrap-Up: Divergent Weather Leaves a Mixed Picture as Resorts Continue to be Scooped Up

MARTINSVILLE, N.J., – (ACCESSWIRE) – As the warm summer air drifts across much of the United States, many skiers and snowboarders are beginning to cross their fingers for a rebound from a somewhat disappointing 2017/18 ski season. Continue reading “Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Wrap-Up”

Condor Capital Management’s 2017/2018 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update

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Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update: Battle of the Passes – Epic vs. Ikon

MARTINSVILLE, N.J., – (PR NEWSWIRE) – With January now in the rearview, skiers and snowboarders across the country remain optimistic for a rebound from the notable absence of snowfall that has plagued the first half of the 2017/18 ski season. However, even though weather has not exactly cooperated with skiers this season, recent news surrounding Vail Resorts (Vail) and its newly named competitor Alterra Mountain Co. (Alterra) should leave individuals pleased with the consumer-focused direction of the overall ski industry, according to Ken Schapiro of Condor Capital Management.

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Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Outlook

Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Outlook: A Slow Winter Start Overshadowed by Continued Ski Resort Consolidation

MARTINSVILLE, N.J., – (PR NEWSWIRE) – As the cold air begins to set in, skiers across the country grow anxious for a 2017/18 ski season filled with not only bountiful slopes, but new experiences. The prior year’s winter weather, while quite delayed, proved to be beneficial for resorts across the United States, resulting in an average resort snowfall increase of Continue reading “Condor Capital Management’s 2017/18 Ski Season Outlook”

Condor Capital Management’s 2016/17 Ski Season Wrap-Up

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Condor Capital Management’s 2016/17 Ski Season Wrap-Up: Ski Resorts Gear Up for a Multi-Pass Showdown

MARTINSVILLE, N.J., – (PR NEWSWIRE) – Although there are still some slopes to be conquered, many skiers and snowboarders can agree that the 2016/17 season turned out to be quite a success. According to Ken Schapiro of Condor Capital Management, resorts across the United States were able to benefit from a flurry of winter storms that arrived just in time for the holidays, translating to 30% and 4% increases of total skier visits from last season for the months of December and March, respectively. Overall, average resort snowfall increased 36% from last season. Accordingly, recent figures by the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) showed that nationwide skier and snowboarder visits rose to 54.7 million, a 1.5% increase from 53.9 million during the 2015/16 season.

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Condor Capital Management’s 2016/2017 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update

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Condor Capital Management’s 2016/2017 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update: A Strong Rebound in Weather Leaves Many Resorts Thankful

MARTINSVILLE, N.J. – (ACCESSWIRE) – March 13, 2017 – So far, most skiers and snowboarders can agree that the 2016/17 season has shaped up to be much better than last. Despite an unseasonably warm start to the season, many regions such as the Pacific Northwest have since experienced significant snow accumulation, bringing forth a solid number of visitors to the country’s major resorts. However, much like last season, the weather story has not been consistent across both coasts, which has many skiers on the East Coast wishing for next season already. Even so, healthy performance across the majority of resorts in the United States points to a strong finish for the ski industry, according to Ken Schapiro of Condor Capital Management.

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Condor Capital Management’s 2016/17 Ski Season Outlook

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Condor Capital Management’s 2016/17 Ski Season Outlook: Early Snowfall On Both Coasts & an Improving Economy, a Positive Omen for Visits?

MARTINSVILLE, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / December 19, 2016 / With high hopes for a snowy winter season from skiers across our country, many signs are indeed pointing to a solid upcoming 2016/17 ski season. A quick look back at the 2015/16 season shows that skier and snowboarder visits increased slightly to 53.9 million, up from 53.6 million the year before, according to the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA). While this appears to be only a small increase at the margin, the devil is in the details. Continue reading “Condor Capital Management’s 2016/17 Ski Season Outlook”

Condor Capital Management’s 2015/16 Ski Season Wrap-Up

Condor Capital Management’s 2015/16 Ski Season Wrap-Up: Strong Season in the West Counters Above-Average Temperatures in the East

MARTINSVILLE, N.J., June 13, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With the memory of a difficult 2014/15 ski season still fresh in the minds of many snow sports enthusiasts, the hope was that this season would deliver sufficient powder to spur a return to the slopes. On the whole, the 2015/16 ski season was favorable in many parts of the country, including drought-stricken regions like the Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest, according to Ken Schapiro of Condor Capital Management. Continue reading “Condor Capital Management’s 2015/16 Ski Season Wrap-Up”

Ski Industry Trends: Lofty Prices at the Slopes, yet Deals to Be Found

Snow sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, have always been fairly expensive activities. Lately, however, daily lift tickets have risen to over $100 during peak season, making it harder for middle-class individuals to afford a sporadic trip to the slopes, according to Ken Schapiro of Condor Capital Management. Continue reading “Ski Industry Trends: Lofty Prices at the Slopes, yet Deals to Be Found”

Condor Capital Management’s 2015/2016 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update

Condor Capital Management’s 2015/2016 Mid-Season Ski Industry Outlook: Frigid Weather in the Western Half of the U.S. Counters Weakness at Eastern Resorts

MARTINSVILLE, N.J., Feb. 22, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Looking back at the first half of winter, varied weather across the United States has once again been the main determinant of the number of visitors at the nation’s major resorts. As increased snowfall in the Pacific and Pacific Northwest drew skiers to the slopes, Continue reading “Condor Capital Management’s 2015/2016 Mid-Season Ski Industry Update”