Shopping Copper |

Shopping Copper

COPPER MOUNTAIN – At Copper Mountain, the guest experience is programmed much like a play, and to ensure a positive one resort officials have cast their players: 11 retailers and restaurants in the New Village. Businesses include snack and coffee shops, family dining establishments, pizzerias, sports equipment sales and service shops and clothing manufacturers. According to C.J. Julin at Copper Mountain Resort Development, merchants aren’t just carefully evaluated before moving in, they’re auditioned. One objective in planning the village’s commercial base is to provide something for everyone. “Twenty-four-7, 365 days a year,” Julin said, each guest at Copper Mountain should be able to find what they need. Resort planners say they consider what will make the resort a unique experience and give it a competitive edge over other ski areas. “Our goal is to create great guest memories on and off the mountain,” said Ron Barnes, director of Copper’s commercial development.

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