Bravo Vail on Withdrawing Trademark Application

Jay Hamburger and the Park Record is reporting Vail is withdrawing its trademark application. The reason, according to the press release was “This has clearly become a distraction that is pulling our collective focus away from the important work that lies ahead for our city on critical issues, such as affordable housing, parking and transit …

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Dana Williams’ Impassioned Speech at the Park City Vail Protest

During yesterday’s Park City Vail Resorts trademark protest, former Park City mayor Dana Williams gave an impassioned 3 minute speech on how our community has a good case against Vail Resorts trademarking the name “Park City.” He told us that “we could always make a deal” but that we should not let them trademark “Park City” …

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Pictures from Today’s Park City “Vail = Fail” Protest

At least 200 hundred people attended today’s protest against Vail trademarking the Park City name… Maybe 201, if we include Vail CEO, Rob Katz, who was in town to meet with Park City Municipal leaders, and came out and talked to protesters (in a friendly way). Later today we’ll have the video of Dana Williams …

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Too Big to Vail

News in Park City has been skewed towards the fight between Vail Resorts (MTN), the city of Park City, and local businesses that include the “Park City” name. Some clever bastards even added a TM to Park City Hill (Bravo…For those about to rock…we salute you). Word even has it that the Chairman of Vail, …

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