Chris Lenois, spokesperson for Mt. Snow in the southern part of the state, said that while the turnout did not meet their expectations, a couple of factors contributed to having an "okay" week. One was that people had already booked their vacation, had the time off, so they came, made the best of it and enjoyed what terrain was open. Secondly the resort had plenty of off-slope family activities planned to keep the kids busy and the parents happy. Killington's Tom Horrocks reported that the first few days of vacation week were slow, but business rebounded a couple of days after Christmas and ended up overall as a good week. Bonnie MacPherson of Okemo said that although skier visits were down for the week, numbers on lessons, rental, food and beverage and real estate were all up – indicating that the people who were there had money to spend. Overall revenues were good for the week she stated.