Monday, April 20, 2020

Pallavicini and Molly Hogan Chairlifts

We are moving forward with our plans to replace Molly Hogan and Pallavicini Chairlifts for a number of reasons. 1) We signed a contract to do so, 2) We have already paid for about 40% of the lifts, 3) The lifts are substantially manufactured and sitting out in Grand Junction and 4) By doing so, we can put about 8-10 more people to work this summer.

The COVID-19 Pandemic certainly tweaked our plans for selling off the actual chairs. We have every intention of doing a lottery to sell chairs and doing auctions to sell a few more. Those auction will be used to help three local non-profits (The Summit Foundation, Summit Community Care Clinic and the Family Intercultural Resource Center) as well a couple of our employees with medical needs.

In the coming weeks, we will be developing a new timeline for the chair sales. There will be lots of notice before we do anything. Pay attention to our social media channels for Pali updates. Click on the link below to sign up for email updates.


Much of the new Pallavicini Lift in Grand Junction