SkiChannel.com recently wrote an article about Black Tie Ski Rentals, which was titled “Black Tie Ski Rentals Save Travelers Time & Money.” In the story, reporter Alex Fricchione illustrates the value of businesses that make our lives earlier. The story notes, “Any product, service, or company that can streamline an otherwise time-consuming, expensive, or frustrating process is undeniably valuable. This is especially true in the ski and snowboard industry, which can unfortunately be overwhelmed with inconvenient and costly operations. However, Black Tie Ski Rentals simplify the ski vacation experience for individuals, couples, and families alike.”
The story continues, “Traveling can be the toughest part of any ski vacation, especially when that means transporting equipment. Skiers and snowboarders flying to a powder-filled escape may find their vacation getting off to a rocky start. According to information amassed by and published on the popular airfare tracking website AirfareWatchDog.com, the average traveler looking to check a ski bag could be docked anywhere from $75 to as much as $400 per bag, depending on the airline and how far overweight the luggage is. Now, add that price to the charge for an oversized bag (another $50 to $300) and you’re looking at serious, vacation crippling losses in the funding department without even arriving at your destination. Of course, if you’re a savvy flier you could do that hurried repack-at-the-check-in-desk thing in an attempt to skirt the charges. The reality is, in most cases, there is simply no amount of repacking that can reduce the weight of your most necessary equipment.”
Black Tie Ski Rentals takes the worry out of baggage fees by bringing equipment directly to travelers’ condominiums, hotel rooms and vacation homes. The story continues, “Black Tie makes that scenario (convenient delivery) a reality, in turn reducing the hassle and frustration of ski rentals all together. If you have on-snow equipment troubles, call the local Black Tie rep.”
The story also goes on to talk about about how the popularity of ski rental delivery services continues to grow as Black Tie recently reported its third year of record revenue growth.
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