Join the Young Professionals Group for a weekend getaway at Alyeska Resort! Join us for a special "SKI-EO" Breakfast, hit the slopes, relax in the spa, and sightsee in Girdwood.
STEPS TO REGISTER:
You can opt to stay one or both nights at Alyeska Resort with YPG pricing of $169/night. To book, call (907) 754-2111 ext. 1. Reference YPG Ski-EO
or Block Code YPA28H
. Reservations are recommended as the resort normally sells out that weekend.
(Overnight stay is not required to participate in any other activities.
Join us and Kara Moriarty
, President & CEO, Alaska Oil & Gas Association, and Alex Hofeling
, President of TOTE Maritime Alaska for the special "SKI-EO" Breakfast. $25 for Anchorage Chamber members and $35 for non-members. REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Kara Moriarty, President/CEO, Alaska Oil & Gas Association
Kara came to Alaska from her home state of South Dakota to teach elementary school in Atqasuk, an Inupiaq village in the North Slope Borough. After working in Washington, DC for then South Dakota Congressman, now U.S. Senator John Thune, she moved back to Alaska and lived in Fairbanks for seven years. She has served as legislative staff in Juneau to Senator Gary Wilken and was the President/CEO of the Fairbanks Chamber for four years. She joined the AOGA staff in April 2005 and has been the head of the association since 2012. She is a member of the Anchorage ATHENA Society, a recipient of Alaska's Top 40 Under 40 Award and was the Honorary Iceman at Eielson Air Force Base. She is a member of the Lumen Christi School Board and the Downtown Rotary Club of Anchorage and serves on the Executive Committee of the Resource Development Council. In her spare time, she can be found serving as a taxi driver for her three children, Joseph, Maggie and Garrett to their many church, school and sporting events. She and her husband Gerry, an Alaska Airlines pilot, also enjoy their personal plane and exploring Alaska with the kids.
Alex Hofeling, President, TOTE Maritime Alaska
Alex Hofeling brings over 26 years of experience in the domestic maritime industry, including 5 years of service in the United States Coast Guard. Alex joined TOTE Maritime Alaska in 2013, serving as Regional Sales Manager, then moving to the Director of Marketing position in 2017, before taking over the Vice President and General Manager of Alaska role in 2019.
Serving as Vice President and General Manager, Alex served as the face of TOTE in the state of Alaska, working closely with the Port, labor partners, customers, and the community to ensure that TOTE continues to offer reliable, best-in-class service to the Last Frontier state. In 2021 Alex was promoted to President of TOTE Maritime Alaska, overseeing the entirety of operations.
Discounted lift tickets ($55) can be purchased at the ticket office - you must be on our "SKI-EO" Breakfast registrant list by Friday, January 21st.
Not much of a skier? You can opt to book services at the spa, carpool to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, or just enjoy the weekend in Girdwood.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28TH
4 pm Check-in at your leisure any time after 4 pm if you're staying at the Resort
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29TH
7 pm Meet at the Sitzmark Bar & Grill
10 am - Noon
This is a CEO luncheon-style featuring a local CEO in the Kahiltna Court. REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Noon to 6 pm Optional Breakouts
SUNDAY, JANUARY 29TH
- the mountain is calling!
- relax in the spa
- explore Girdwood
- take a trip to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (see below for details)
10 am to 4 pm Take a trip to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (see below for details)
11 am Check out at your leisure by 11 am if you're staying at the Resort
11 am NFL Playoff Game at Chair 5
| Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
anytime between 10 am and 4 pm (last entry at 3PM
Mention YPG upon arrival and get the special rate of $11/person. BONUS
, kick-sleds are FREE with admission and a great option for a unique winter adventure! The center has 12 kick-sleds of various sizes and are available on a first-come first-serve basis.
, 20% off the Walk on the Wild Side Tour ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Walk on the Wild Side Tour (WOW) - 2pm Daily
Have a look at the inner ? workings of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center! Enjoy this 90-minute tour where your naturalist guide walks you through the Center, offering history and stories of resident wildlife ? and you?ll get to feed an animal! This tour offers the best opportunity to get up-close and personal with Alaska?s wildlife! Maximum of 10 persons per tour, for ages 10 and up. Offered year-round at 2 pm daily. Be sure to book early! $125.00 per person, includes admission.
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Here is a link to the Glacier Valley Transit map and schedule