Lake Tahoe to Get Much Needed Snowfall After Record Drought

Concord, California (EastBayDaily) — It's no secret that Lake Tahoe is experiencing one of the worst seasons on record thus far. However, the sentiment around Lake Tahoe is that one decent storm could turn the season around. That's exactly what most meteorologists are predicting is coming this Thursday through Sunday. The approaching storm will by no means make up for a season of no snowfall but for many it will provide a much needed break from man made snow.

It’s been a slow year so far for snow at Lake Tahoe ski resorts, but this may actually be a plus as conditions are perfect for new skiers and snowboarders as they have perfect weather to work with. All beginner runs are open with resorts offering great rates for beginner packages. There are also no worries for beginners about being stuck in a crowd of people or having bad weather for their first skiing or snowboarding experience.

Bay Area Ski Bus is giving back to the community by donating $1 per rider throughout the remainder of ski season. Bay Area Ski Bus is expected to raise upwards of $20,000 with half the proceeds going to High Fives Foundation and the other half going to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Bay Area Ski Bus helps coordinate ski trip tours, running more than 350 trips per year. They are committed to serving people and have decided to show this commitment by giving back with their charity donations. Bay Area Ski Bus feels that the two charities chosen are in line with their business and would be perfect recipients.

Contact Bay Area Ski Bus at 925-680-4386 or visit http://www.bayareaskibus.com to find rates and specials.

About the Company: Bay Area Ski Bus opened its doors in 1996 and today runs more than 350 trips per year. Management has more than 40 years of combined experience producing tours and events. They focus on the details, so their customers can focus on having fun. Their quality and service is unmatched. Bay Area Ski Bus drives their customers to Tahoe Resorts in luxury comfort. When customers ride with Bay Area Ski Bus, they can get to know other riders and enjoy a peaceful relaxing drive to the mountains. They also get some snacks on the way, and lift tickets are handed out right there on the spot. Customers who bring a friend can also earn referral points. For more information, visit their website at http://www.bayareaskibus.com/.

Contacts

Kevin Larroque

925-233-6320