Breckenridge Dining Passports return for spring

A previous year's dining passport. Started in 2011 by the Breckenridge Restaurant Association, the dining passport program raises funds for various local sources, including local high school students and the Summit County Cares emergency assistance fund.
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Breckenridge Dining Passports have returned, with more restaurant deals than ever before. The Breckenridge Restaurant Association is offering spring dining specials in participating restaurants as a fundraiser for its scholarship program. In the past year, the BRA awarded about $15,000 in scholarships to local high school students. In order to replenish this fund, the $10 donation for the passports will go to its scholarship program. Since its inception in 2012, the BRA dining passport program has generated about $175,000 for local scholarships, charities and programs.

Breckenridge Dining Passports are each valid for two people and specials run from now through June 6. Passports are available at the Breckenridge Welcome Center and at the 39 participating restaurants. Each restaurant lists its own terms, promotions and schedules. See for the full listing of passport specials.

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