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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Romney to address ski-resort association in May

Group likes his Olympic, business perspectives

The Salt Lake Tribune

The National Ski Areas Association likes Mitt Romney's perspective and has arranged for the Republican presidential candidate and former organizer of Salt Lake City's Olympics to be keynote speaker at its annual meeting in May.

"Not only does he possess a unique perspective of the ski industry, given his work in organizing the [2002] Winter Olympics, but we're confident that [former Massachusetts] Gov. Romney's pro-business, small-government message will resonate with a number of our member ski area owners and operators," said NSAA President Michael Berry.

He said Romney's appearance at the national convention and trade show, May 2-5 in Orlando, Fla., will occur shortly after the scheduled spring publication of No Apology: The Case for American Greatness . In that book, Romney is expected to address 21st Century challenges facing the United States.

-- Mike Gorrell

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