Willis Donates Ski Resort In Idaho To A Non-Profit GroupBy Marhgil Macuha on Nov 24, 2012 in Amazing, Entertainment, Hollywood, United States, World •
Bruce Willis donated his whole ski resort in Idaho to a non-profit group, several international news sites reported on Friday, November 23, 2012.
According to reports, Willis donated the resort to the recently formed non-profit group Soldier Mountain Ski Area, Inc. The group, whose one of the board members is the grandson of Soldier Mountain founder Bob Frostenson, will assume ownership and operations of the resort.
“I couldn’t be more pleased with the organization that will be responsible for the management of the Soldier Mountain Ski Area. The community came together, established the SMSA organization, and now assures its continued success. It was exciting to see that the very people who ski at Soldier care so much about its future. I wish them the very best,” Willis was quoted as saying in the reports.
According to the group’s spokesperson, Justin Nyquist, as quoted in different reports, Willis‘ move was a “total donation,” which means that the group will assume complete control of the ski resort and its operation without having to pay a dime.
The resort was owned by Willis since the late ’90s. It has been in operation since 1948, reports said.
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