Win a Slice of Legendary Keystone, CO, and Support the Epic Promise Foundation

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Bid for a chance to own one of Keystone’s iconic ski trail signs through the virtual auction on Friday, April 8. Credit: Resort Facebook

Keystone Resort, CO is giving away historic town memorabilia in a virtual silent auction on Friday, April 8th.

Participants in the silent auction will be able to bid on 40 epic trail signs from all over the resort. Each sign has left an iconic legacy at the resort, and each sign is ready to retire in someone’s home. All signs will start at a minimum bid of $25. 

All proceeds from the auction will be going back to Vail Resorts’ Epic Promise Foundation. The foundation was established with the mission of providing Vail Resorts employees and their families with financial support in times of need. Since 2016, the foundation has supported 704 employees with emergency relief funds. These funds have been used to help employees pay for unplanned medical bills, disasters, and life conflicts that could not be avoided. The foundation has also provided scholarship grants for employees pursuing a degree at a community college or university. 

The bidding will start promptly at 12 pm MST. Keystone Resorts is recommending that people who want to take a piece of Keystone home with them register early for the auction. If participants do not register early, then the auction might not immediately open. To ensure your chances at first pick, play it safe and register early

Visit the auction website to find out more information about the items being auctioned off. You may see some trail signs you recognize! If none of the auction items are drawing your eye, you can still donate to the Epic Promise Foundation to support Vail Resorts employees in times of need during the event. 

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2 thoughts on “Win a Slice of Legendary Keystone, CO, and Support the Epic Promise Foundation

  1. Just wondering why you have a photo of Jay Peak trail sign? No stock photos of Keystone available?

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