Economy lodging brand will fund transportation for 200+ children in Midwest to hit the slopes
For the second year in a row, Motel 6 is working to make winter sports more accessible to children and individuals across the U.S. through two partnerships that aim to ease the financial burdens of skiing and snowboarding.
Through its partnership with the Share Winter Foundation, an organization dedicated to improving the lives, health and fitness of children through winter sports, Motel 6 is funding the transportation to and from ski resorts for over 200 children from six Midwest-based organizations: Corbeau Ski Club, Pocono Family YMCA, Positive Altitudes, Boys and Girls Club of the Wausau Area Inc., BGC Oshkosh and Boardslide Mission.
“The Share Winter Foundation is entirely funded by grants so we would not be able to do what we do without partners like Motel 6. Transportation is one of the greatest hurdles to youth snow sports participation, so we are grateful for their continued support of our organization.”
– Constance Beverley, CEO of Share Winter Foundation
Motel 6 and Studio 6 have more than 280 locations near ski resorts in the U.S. and Canada, helping families travel within their budgets. To save on lift tickets when hitting the slopes, My6 members can receive 10% off adult and kid Indy Pass tickets, a multi-resort season pass with access to over 80 ski areas across North America, with the code MOTEL6INDY23.
Learn more about the Share Winter Foundation and Indy Pass discounts here. For tips on how to plan a budget-friendly ski trip from a longtime ski enthusiast with over 50 years of experience road-tripping to ski resorts, click here. To book a stay at a Motel 6 or Studio 6 property, visit www.motel6.com or www.staystudio6.com.