Sleeping Giant Ramping Up Covid19 Precautions
10/21/20
Cody, WY 82414, USA

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Sleeping Giant will be publishing its Covid-19 plan in the coming weeks but management plans to follow the best global practices to protect guests and staff.

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PRESS RELEASE

Sleeping Giant Ramping Up Covid19 Precautions

October 22, 2020. Cody, Wyoming. As Sleeping Giant prepares to open on December 4th, we have begun putting together our Covid19 plan for the 2022/21 ski season. As part of the process Sleeping Giant invited Park County Health officer Dr. Aaron Billin to speak with staff to provide insight on the current pandemic and help advise us on our Covid-19 plan.

Sleeping Giant will be publishing its Covid-19 plan in the coming weeks but management plans to follow the best global practices to protect guests and staff. In addition to standard measures like requiring staff and patrons to wear face coverings when indoors, hand washing stations and providing free masks to all guests, Sleeping Giant is also undergoing a major IT upgrade that will expand wifi allowing for streamlined ticket ordering and printing through new ticketing kiosks, online ski rental and preordering of food. This season the restaurant will focus on ready meals and grab and go options. We will also be opening several new outdoor heated seating and plans are in the works to open a tailgating area in the parking lot to provide plenty of space for family groups that want to bring their own food. All of these measures will greatly help reduce lodge congestion. We are also working to appoint an independent COVID19 Czar to help us maintain top class standards for safety this winter.

“Huge thanks to Park County Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin for coming up to talk to the Sleeping Giant team about best practices for dealing with C19 and advising us on our Covid plan for this ski season. Luckily skiing, outdoor activity, is itself pretty safe, but we want to take all reasonable steps to protect our guests and staff and create environment that makes it easy for them to recreate while minimizing risk factors. We really hope our guests will help us out by ordering their passes early and getting them printed out before the season starts.” said Owner Nick Piazza.

All guests are encouraged to purchase or print off your season pass now in person at Sunlight Sports to cut down on lodge congestion at the beginning of the season. Early Bird rates for season passes end on November 1.

For more information contact:

Mike Gimmeson(General Manager): (307)587-3125 mgimmeson@skisg.com

Dean Madley(Marketing): dmadley@skisg.com

www.skisg.com