First Tuesday Breakfast Club kicks off winter at North Lake Tahoe

Submitted to the Sierra Sun

The first day of winter might not mark calendars until Dec. 21 but in North Lake Tahoe, the season begins as soon as ski resort chairs start spinning.

To celebrate all things winter, the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association/Chamber of Commerce has themed the November edition of First Tuesday Breakfast Club around local resorts and tourism partners, with an emphasis on community engagement and business opportunities for the 2019-20 season.

Kicking off the morning is an informational presentation about Visit California’s winter advertising campaign and the best way for local businesses and resorts to engage with and be featured on their platforms. Immediately following are five-minute presentations from area ski resorts, highlighting new programs, events and upgrades ahead of the winter season. Attendees will hear from Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Sugar Bowl Resort, Royal Gorge Cross Country, Homewood Mountain Resort, Diamond Peak Resort, Boreal Mountain Resort, Granlibakken Tahoe Resort, Tahoe Donner, and Tahoe XC.

As the snow-sports industry remains one of North Tahoe’s largest economic drivers, all businesses and community leaders are invited to First Tuesday Breakfast Club on Nov. 5 from 7:30-8:45 a.m. to hear first-hand about new programs, events and marketing efforts being done to drive visitation to the region this season.

First Tuesday Breakfast Club is a community forum presented by the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association/Chamber of Commerce. The format of each meeting includes a hot breakfast buffet, speaker presentations and a brief opportunity for stump speeches. Tuesday Breakfast Club takes place on the first Tuesday of each month from 7:30-8:45 a.m. at Granlibakken Tahoe Resort. Online ticket-sales end at 4 p.m. on the Monday before every Breakfast Club. Payment by cash, check or credit cards are accepted at the door.

Source: North Lake Tahoe Resort Association

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