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Homewood Thanks Healthcare Workers With Free Skiing

Just a little huck to say thanks. Homewood Mountain Resort photo.

It's no secret that healthcare workers have had a hell of a year battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Homewood Mountain Resort in Lake Tahoe recognizes this and decided to do a little something to say "thank you." As a token of their gratitude, they've offered first tracks and free lift tickets to the first 200 health care workers with proof of current employment. To make the deal even sweeter, they're also offering breakfast to those lucky 200 people on February 28. We think a little fresh powder and some hot pancakes are a pretty good way to show health care workers some love. All the details can be found on the Homewood website here.

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