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U.S. Ski & Snowboard, Utah Ski Resorts Collect Ski Goggles For Medical Workers


Since the Tokyo Olympics have been postponed, and all Utah ski resorts are closed, which means a lot of people in the Park City area might not need their ski goggles anymore. Doctors and nurses could use them, especially since personal protective gear — like face visors and shields — are in short supply.

That’s why U.S. Ski and Snowboard based in Park City is spreading the word about donating your ski goggles. They set up a donation point outside their building. In the past week alone, hundreds of goggles have been donated.

 Read the full story at KSLTV.com

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