Nonprofit group sought for ticket sales |

Nonprofit group sought for ticket sales


The Allliance for Historical Preservation is seeking one more non-profit organization that would like to earn money for selling tickets to the Oct. 14 Chris Collins and Friends concert, which features John Denver-style western variety music. The award-winning Friends Band comes from Aspen. The non-profit organization will earn $5 from each ticket sold. AHP is paying all concert expenses.

Charities that are selling tickets include: Alliance for Historical Preservation and the Summit Historical Society at (970) 668-8672; John with the Swan Mountain Recreation Path at (970) 513-0610; High Country Conservation at (970) 668-5703; and the Summit High Instrumental Music Department at (970) 689-5848.

Tickets are also available at Ecoasis and Great Adventure Sports in Breckenridge; the Next Page Bookstore in Frisco; and Christy Sports in Dillon. Call AHP at (970) 668-8672 or e-mail if your non-profit is interested.

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