National Ski Council Federation Holds Annual Meeting at Zermatt Resort, Midway Utah

For immediate release 9/4/18

The National Ski Council Federation held its 2018 Annual Meeting Aug. 23-27, 2018, at Zermatt Resort, Midway, Utah.  

Participating were 38 council delegates, along with Federation officers and committee chairs representing 21 councils whose member clubs span the United States. Twenty-three ski industry representatives participated in the meeting.

“Our annual meeting provides ski council delegates and industry representatives the opportunity to come together to discuss issues that are important to our organizations and the ski industry,” said Lisa Beregi, NSCF president. “It was wonderful to have so many council representatives and industry partners attend and participate in this year’s meeting,”

Participants discussed a variety of topics of interest to ski clubs and councils and the ski industry. Topics included travel issues, the consolidation of resort ownership, attracting new club members, and use of social media.

Building on our successful virtual silent auction, the 2018 auction will be open October 1 and will run for 45 days. It will be accessible from the NSCF website, NSCF is grateful to our many contributors of items.  

We appreciate Zermatt Resort and Maxine Jensen, Director, International Tourism and Travel, for providing a wonderful venue for our meeting.

About the National Ski Council Federation: The National Ski Council Federation (NSCF), founded in 1998, is a not-for-profit organization made up of 29 ski councils composed of 640 ski clubs with more than 300,000 members throughout United States. The Federation’s purpose is to strengthen councils, with industry participation so they may better serve their ski clubs through improved communication, education and benefits. The Federation conducts active programs in public affairs, communications, council development, racing, ski industry relations and skier outreach.