Jay Peak welcomes all media who want to visit the mountain to see firsthand what sets it apart from other resorts. Jay Peak will issue complimentary tickets and exclusive access to members of the media who are on assignment from an accredited news or publishing outlet, and writers who have a verifiable body of work.
Please do not show up on a Saturday without calling in advance as there is a fantastic chance you will not be issued a media ticket. (You might even find yourself wrapped in duct tape and lashed to the outside of the tram.) Also, please have a seat, take a deep breath, and really think about what you're doing before calling and asking for media access during any holiday period. Repeat that process if you're seriously considering asking for media access for family members or "significant" others. Seriously....really, really think about what you are doing.
Now, if you're still looking to pay us a genuine press visit, use that scroll finger to get to the bottom of this page to find out how.
Jay Peak Resort Announces $20 Million Construction Season
Final Phase of Revitalization Project to Include Movie Theater, Outdoor Recreation Fields
May 24, 2017 (Jay, VT)- Jay Peak Resort today announced it will resume the final phase of its revitalization initiative.
Jay Peak Resort Expands Employee Benefits, Perks
Resort Continues Expansion of New Benefits Program to Include Cash and Other Incentives
July 24, 2017 (Jay, VT)- Jay Peak Resort today announced additional benefits and perks to its ever-expanding list of incentives it’s offering to employees.
Jay Peak Resort Employee-Housing Initiative Continues on Schedule
New Employee Housing Part of Ongoing Expansion of Worker Benefits
July 10, 2017 (Jay, VT)- Jay Peak’s employee housing project continues on schedule. That was the word from resort officials today as crews continued work on a new 12-plex of mountain cottages located on the Stateside area of the resort.
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SPECIAL LOVE FOR...Pay-to-players.
Those who fancy themselves "Executive Producers", "Managing Editors" or "Directors", but are in fact sales folks for their various publications and/or broadcast shows.....please walk down to the Registrar's Office of your local community college and enroll in Journalism Ethics and Standards 101. While we are a bunch of attention-seeking PR monkeys over here in the Communications office, we don't "share our partner list", "explore cooperative advertising opportunites", or pay $47,000 production fees in exchange for "editorial coverage." If it is cash you seek, drop a line to our Marketing Department at 802-988-2611. Just stay on the line until you hear the prompt for "Marketing."
CALLING ALL BLOGGERS.
Well....not really. We love to see our name on the interweb, and if you're one of these savvy folks who have carved out a rabid following, drop us a line. But when you do, have your data ready, like how many unique visitors your site receives on a day, month and a year; how many unique page views you get; how much time said visitors are spending on said pages; and where (geographically) these visitors are coming from. (Just don't ever use any version of the phrases "curate content" or "authentic voice.") Be ready to share that PDF that Google Analytics will generate for you.
ARE YOU AN "EXPERT" IN SOCIAL MEDIA AND/OR WANT TO HELP US OPTIMIZE OUR WEB PRESENCE?
Awesome, but it is not the Communications department you seek. We have a very limited skill set; that's why we're in PR. We don't make those large strategic decisions to hire such experts. If you want to pitch your skills, dial 802-988-2611 and wait for the prompt for "Social Media Expertise."
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CONTACT TO COLD CALL TO SELL SOMETHING....ANYTHING?
Don't bother with the guy below. He has zero dollars, even less sense, and would spend every dime on Sip of Sunshine if the resort ever made the mistake of giving him a budget. Plus he has caller ID and has an intense fear of phone numbers he doesn't recognize.
So...if you've made it this far and are feeling good that you don't fall into any of the above buckets, drop JJ Toland an email at email@example.com.