Vail Daily letter: How I’d wave my wand
Vail, CO, Colorado
In order to improve the skiing experience on Vail Mountain I’ve decided to offer Vail Resorts a sum of money they can’t refuse.
Once the offer is finalized, the first order of business will be to ban snowboarding on Vail Mountain. Then I am going to set a limit to the number of people allowed on the mountain per day.
As an added enhancement of the skiing experience, certain runs will have a red light and green light at the top of the run. (Need I explain what that is for?) Anybody violating the red light will lose their pass for the day.
After a few years at the helm as CEO of Vail Resorts (and they can keep their other resorts and real estate holdings), I plan to run for governor of Colorado, and when I am elected the first order of business will be to ban anyone with a degree in real estate from entering Colorado’s borders and those who already have real estate credentials will have to give up that career choice or move to another state. Try Florida.
Publish on April 1.
James T. Caldwell
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