Play Hooky and Ski Week across America

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LOS ANGELES – February 28th, 2013- Sales for lift tickets celebrating National Play Hooky and Ski Week went on sale today. If you tired of work, burnt out at school or you are looking for a chance to get away, hit the slopes and to do so with the best savings of the year, then this is a prime opportunity to get your skis out for the second half of what has been an extremely snowy season.

Brought to you by Liftopia, the largest online marketplace for ski lift tickets, rentals and lessons, More than 100 resorts across North America are offering extraordinary deals on lift tickets offering skiers discounts up to 84%. With deals in Utah, Colorado, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Washington and Oregon, no mountain is too far not to take a day off, explore and ski.

“With continuous snowstorms hitting many resorts across the country, the second half of winter is shaping up to be a good one for skiers and boarders. Now is the perfect time to forget work and school, pull out the excuses and plan a mountain getaway,” said Ron Schneidermann, co-founder and CMO of Liftopia. “Our ‘National Play Hooky & Ski Week’ sale is a favorite among our customers — but possibly not their employers — due to the killer savings, fewer crowds, and more fresh powder that can be found when hitting the slopes mid-week.”  

For a complete list of participating ski resorts and savings, go to www.liftopia.com.

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Matt Payne has lived and worked as both a television writer and producer in Los Angeles for nearly ten years.  Matt grew up in Oklahoma City and began his career with a degree in Film and Video Studies from the University of Oklahoma.  Since then, he has worked as part of writing staffs for such hits as 24 andWithout A Trace. Most recently Matt wrote and produced episodes of CBS’s The Defenders starring Jim Belushi and Jerry O’Connell and Memphis Beat, starring Jason Lee, which is set to air on TNT in August of 2011.

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