TRUCKEE, Calif. --Ski Butlers Tahoe has partnered with the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation for their 2012-13 Community Involvement and Round-Up programs.
"Ski Butlers Core Value No. 7 is Make a Difference in the Community," said Wynn Meyer, general manager of Ski Butlers Tahoe. "High Fives is a perfect fit for us to give back to the community that has given us so much."
Ski Butlers team members will be paid to volunteer at High Fives for two hours each month and will be encouraged to volunteer more on their own. Ski Butlers will also donate money to the High Fives through a new program called Round-Up. Customers will be given the option to "round up their bill" to the nearest dollar or donate a flat amount of $5, $10, or $20.
Ski Butlers was founded in 2004 in Park City, Utah, and now serves more than 30 North American resorts in California, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and British Columbia, Canada. Ski Butlers award-winning service makes renting ski and snowboard equipment convenient and hassle-free.
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