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"Summit Uncovered’ calendar expected to sell out

Daily News staff report

BRECKENRIDGE – Nearly 1,000 copies of the Summit Foundation’s bare-it-all calendar have been sold since its release Wednesday.

“I anticipate that before the Christmas crowd hits Summit County, we will be sold out of Summit Uncovered 2004”, said Asa Armstrong, special events and business development director for the Summit Foundation.

Summit Uncovered retails for $19.95 per calendar and is available at the following locations:

n Breckenridge: Boot Fixation, City Market service desk, the Backstage Theatre, Hamlet’s Book Store, the Summit Foundation, Weber’s Book Store and Wells Fargo Bank;

n Dillon: City Market service desk, Wells Fargo Bank and Borders Book Store;

n Frisco: Wells Fargo Bank and Winds of Change Book Store;

n A-Basin: A-Basin Pro Shop

To order by phone, call the foundation at (970) 453-5970 or e-mail us at

tsfevents@colorado.net.

Organizations featured in “Summit Uncovered” are Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Backstage Theatre, Breckenridge Festival of Film, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, League for Animals and People of the Summit, New Moms Group, Quantum Sports Club, Summit Community Band, Summit Community Care Clinic, Summit County Seniors, Summit Huts Association, Summit Recycling Project, Team Summit and the Summit Foundation staff.

Each month is sponsored by one of the following businesses or individuals: Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Arcadia Peak, Gini Bradley of Quality Consulting for Better Communities, Jon and Leona Brownson, Exclusive Mountain Retreats, Fatty’s Pizzeria, Maggie Hillman – Real Estate Professional, Turk Montepare and Deb Crook, the Summit Daily News, the Breckenridge Barkery, the Barnyard, Robin and Patty Theobald, Wells Fargo Bank, Vail Summit Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and Wilson Lass.

Frisco photographer Bob Winsett collaborated with Tony Wilson of Wilson Lass as the creative masterminds behind this project.


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