Person reselling PCMR lift tickets ordered off the premises |

Person reselling PCMR lift tickets ordered off the premises

by Jay Hamburger THE PARK RECORD

Park City Mountain Resort officials ordered a man off the premises in mid-December after the person was twice seen attempting to sell lift tickets on the secondary market, the resort said.

The resort reported the incident to the Park City Police Department at 11 a.m. on Dec. 15. Police logs classified the case as trespassing.

Andy Miller, a PCMR spokesperson, said a resort security guard patrolling the Resort Center plaza saw the man attempting to sell the lift tickets. The practice is prohibited at the resort.

Miller said the security guard escorted the man off the PCMR property to Empire Avenue. The security guard told the man not to return and the police would be called if he did, Miller said.

Approximately 45 minutes later, the same security guard saw the man on the plaza attempting to sell the lift tickets, Miller said, adding that the man was wearing a different outfit at that time. The security guard then called the police, he said.

Miller said the man was attempting to sell benefit-day lift tickets. He was not sure what the man’s asking price was.

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"The reselling of tickets is something we take seriously," Miller said.

PCMR will send the man a letter telling him he is prohibited from resort property, Miller said.

Miller said the resort is concerned a ticket reseller might be asking more than PCMR charges for a lift ticket at the ticket booths. He said it is rare that the resort must call the police when someone returns after being told to leave.