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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”

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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”

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The Maturation of the Snow Sports Industry

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From the late 1950s to the early 2000s, participation in snow sports has generally skyrocketed, as alpine skiing grew in popularity throughout the 60s, 70s, and 80s, while snowboarding gained mainstream attention in the 90s. Continue reading “The Maturation of the Snow Sports Industry”

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