T.L.They don't want any of the VR resorts to have social media. I had heard Wilmot's was scrapped asap.
I totally get the no helmet thing if it's an employee in uniform but if it was a guest with no helmet that's pretty weak.
An uncurated social media page is a far greater liability than most realize. During the discovery phase of any awsuit the first thing they're going to do is archive ever single social media post with a hashtag related to that resorts park. They'll use every single possible thing against you and all they have to do is convince a jury that doesn't want to be there anyway.
It's a shame that that's the world we live in now but it is. We just can't get a way with the stuff we used to.
Yeah I know a lot of mountains got rid of theirs. The shitty thing is we have one, are allowed to use it, it's just not getting utilized. I think that's the worst thing. We could, we just don't.
It was all non employees, I get it, but it was kind of lame to not even find that out for weeks. Just got a new camera after some doucher broke into my car and stole all my shit in Sac this summer. Might take it out tomorrow and try and get a couple pictures.
Idk, I think it just comes down to taking pride in where you work. I got an offer last year for $3 more an hour 5 min closer to home but didn't move. I don't mind anything not being the best ever, but things should be the best possible within reason.
That said, when I was going up to check guns the other morning they had a few rails installed already and they had a creative feature going up top. Hoping I can cut ties with snowmaking in the next week and get back to parks.
We blew snow for 6 or 7 days in the main park without turning them off. Also been blowing snow for the pipe for a bit so hopefully that's a thing in a couple weeks. Things are looking good, I just wish we'd tell people. Parks are off to a good start even though social media makes it look like some 50 foot tall mountain with a pvc pipe has a better park.