Community partners offer new ways to support the Pikes Peak Summit Complex

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – As Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain gets closer to reaching its $15 million fundraising goal for the new Pikes Peak Summit Complex, community partners Ent Credit Union and King Soopers are offering new ways to support the project.

Ent launches “Show Some Love” digital valentine campaign

From Feb. 1-14, Ent is offering a digital valentine to anyone who donates $25 or more to the #MyMountain fundraising campaign. 

“We’re such an outdoorsy community, we wanted to find a way to show some love to everyone’s favorite mountain – Pikes Peak,” said Jennifer Sussman, Ent Chief Marketing Officer. “So we decided to offer a digital valentine to anyone who donates $25 or more to #MyMountain, giving donors a more original expression of love for Valentine’s Day.” 

All participants in the campaign will be automatically entered to win an annual Pikes Peak 14er Pass to Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain.

“Ent continues to generously accept My Mountain donations over the phone and at its southern Colorado service centers, but this digital valentine campaign shows a whole new level of love,” said Jack Glavan, Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain manager. “The community support for the new Summit Complex has been tremendous and is reflective of what this mountain means to the Pikes Peak region and visitors worldwide.”

King Soopers Community Rewards program

The Pikes Peak Summit Complex was recently accepted into the King Soopers Community Rewards program. Through this program, loyalty card members can link their account to the Pikes Peak Summit Complex ID (VN950). Once linked, King Soopers will donate to Pikes Peak every time they shop.

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