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January 20 , 2008

For Immediate Release
From Jack Dunn, BMSA Managing Director

Brokeback Mountain Ski Area (BMSA) and Clear Lake Ice Skating Club have joined forces to provide recreational programs for visitors and local amateur athletes.

The new venture aptly renamed Ice Skate Coral takes advantage of the close proximity between BMSA and Queer Lake.

Only a seven minute bus drive the Ice Skate Coral offers public skating sessions as well as recreational hockey games and figure skating classes.

New for 2008 are monthly curling tournaments and classes taught by Nick Kitinski of Hollywood Curling Club from California.

"The Ice Skate Coral is a welcome addition which brings a lot of value to our resort. We envisioned the [Ice Skate] Coral primarily as a place for an evening after ski activity but guys keep coming out at all weird hours around the clock. That's great," says William E. Langdon the head of BMSA Athletic Partnership Program.

The inherited infrastructure is scheduled for a major facelift next summer when the new Rudy Galindo Center opens doors.

Named after the groundbreaking figure skater, the Rudy Galindo Center will house all modern amenities including a locker room, a skate rental shop and a concession stand.



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