The approaching Audi FIS Ski World Cup is partnering with Pacific Union International, Inc., receiving a significant sponsorship for the event that will be held on March 9-12, 2017 at Squaw Valley. As the leading real estate brokerage for Lake Tahoe’s most stunning residences, Pacific Union’s support in the community where its team lives and works is paramount.
“This is a rare opportunity to witness the best in sport in our own neighborhood,” Pacific Union CEO Mark A. McLaughlin says. “This elite competition is the return of World Cup ski racing to California after 19 years, and we are proud to support the superb athletes and volunteers who are making the extraordinary happen in Squaw Valley.”
Pacific Union is offering a limited number of top-tier tickets to the most exclusive guest venues — the VIP and Club level viewing areas at the base of the challenging Red Dog run — for sale to the brokerage’s clients for $450 and $1,400, respectively. The packages include two-day lift tickets, VIP amenities, parking privileges, exclusive hospitality, and private receptions, including access to lodging reservations in Squaw Valley.
On Friday, March 10 the highly anticipated competition includes Women’s Giant Slalom will occur and the Women’s Slalom on Saturday, March 11. Olympic champion, Mikaela Shiffrin, will be ripping up the terrain on the legendary Red Dog run, the site of the 1969 World Cup and the 1960 Winter Olympics.
Pacific Union is San Francisco Bay Area’s premier luxury real estate brand operating in nine regions. With more than 25 Bay Area offices and nearly 700 of the region’s top-performing real estate professionals, Pacific Union merged with Los Angeles-based brokerage John Aaroe Group in December 2016.
For tickets and more information go to skiworldcup.