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First Annual JHMR Eco Night Raises Over $2,200 for Hole Food Rescue

Posted on - 2014-01-18

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Anna Cole

First Annual JHMR Eco Night Raises over $2,200 for Hole Food Rescue
(January 18, 2014), Teton Village, WY – Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is happy to announce that the first annual Eco Night in Teton Village raised over $2,200 for Hole Food Rescue.  The evening’s festivities included an après at Nick Wilson’s, a free movie screening of Chasing Ice and a raffle.
“The evening was a great success,” stated JHMR Communications Manager, Anna Cole.  “It was fantastic to see so many people come out to support our local environmental non-profits and enjoy Chasing Ice.” Between the beer sales, raffle tickets and donations over $2,200 was collected for Hole Food Rescue.  “It was really exciting to partner with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for this event.  As employee of JHMR it’s great working for a company that is so supportive, and I am looking forward to a long standing collaboration,” commented Alison Dunford, the Founder and Executive Director of Hole Food Rescue. 

JHMR extends a special thank you to Vertical Harvest, Teton Valley Recycling, Energy Conservation Works, Jackson Hole Eco Fair, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Recycle Old Material (ROM), Energy Smart Home Energy Audits, Beyond Green radio show, Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition, Snake River Brewing and Hole Food Rescue for participating.  Thanks also to the raffle sponsors: Ace Hardware, Jackson Moore Lighting, Terra Resort, High Country Outfitters, Jackson Hole Paragliding, Skinny Skis
Lower Valley Energy, Teton Village Sports, Simply Mac, Jackson Hole Sports and Teton Gravity Research. 

Every Time, Everyday, Everybody: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) is committed to integrating environmental issues into all aspects of our business by conserving natural resources and mitigating climate change. Operating in the midst of one of the world’s most pristine natural environments, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is proud to be entering the seventh year of registration with ISO 14001, the world’s most popular standard for quality management, and JHMR remains only one of three resorts in North America with this registration. As a founding member of NSAA’s Climate Challenge, a voluntary program dedicated to helping participating ski areas reduce GHG emissions, JHMR continues as registered member to reach resource reduction goals.