Event Central Supports the LLS Central PA Ski4Life 2015

It was a chilly, but beautiful winter day on Saturday, February 7 – and a perfect day to hit the slopes and ski for a good cause!

The 11th Annual Ski4Life, hosted by the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, took place at Ski Roundtop Mountain Resort. Skiers from all across Central PA gathered for a 6-hour ski and snowboard marathon – and most importantly – to raise money to support the LLS’s missions to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life for patients and their families.

Event Central was …

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Ski Swaps & Tents mean Ski Season is Right Around the Corner

Four area ski and board shops have announced dates and arranged equipment rentals for annual Buy, Sell, and Swap Events.  The huge crowds attending Ski Swaps give each store a boost in pre-season traffic to show the full line of gear, accessories, clothes, etc available for the 2009 – 2010 Ski Season.   Typical Ski Swaps are held adjacent to each store, and many will feature tents and tables for boots provided by Event Central of Mechanicsburg.

skiswap3 Rows of Boots and Skis in the 40 x 80 Pole Tent adjacent to Ski Store

Central PA Area  Ski  &  Snow Board   

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Central PA Golf Courses Prepare for the Summer Season

Many Central PA Golf Courses utilize tenting to expand their revenue and service base during the pleasant weather of the spring, summer and early fall.  The events range from corporate golf outings to wedding receptions to non-profit fundraisers.  In some cases, the tent compliments the indoor space that is used year round, while in others, the tenting is the only banquet space of any size for the facility.    LIBERTY FORGE – LOWER ALLEN Liberty Forge Golf Course Crew were busy today topping the tent adjacent to the Driving  Range on Lisburn Rd near Lower Allen Park.  This tent is used…
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Ski Roundtop announces it’s Last Day – Sunday Mar 22



Ski Roundtop announced their closing date last night, and it is starting to sink nspin. . . . . I am going to have to go back to work soon.  It’s almost time to put away my Ski Patrol  Uniform, and resume my full time event management roll.

This was an exceptional year of weather for the PA Ski areas.  It is unusual to have such consistent cold temperatures, and ideal snow-making temperatures just when you need them.  I started skiing as a young child, but only got back to it 12 years ago, when Mike joined the Good …

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