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Vail Resorts Billboard in Park City, UT Eloquently Vandalized by Disgruntled Local

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The vandalized Park City billboard. Credit: Jay Hamburger | Park Record

Such a well constructed and coherent argument here from a disgruntled Park City, UT local. A Vail Resorts billboard was vandalized over the closing weekend of the ski season at Park City Mountain Resort with the graffiti:

“Vail Sucks Coummity Last 4719”.

The billboard, on Park Avenue north of the Main Street core, advertises the Epic Pass season-pass product. The vandal used spray paint to write the words “Vail Sucks” and “Coummity Last.” One can only guess what was going through their head, but it is more than likely “Coummity” is a misspelling of “community.” The number “4719” on the billboard in spray paint is an apparent reference to the Sunday closing date of PCMR.

There is frustration among some local business owners regarding the closing date. Many believe there is sufficient snow on the slopes to remain open at a time the number of out-of-state skiers and snowboarders would be expected to drop sharply, reducing lift lines and the number of skiers and snowboarders on the runs. The closing date was set months ago.


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