Pleasant Valley Ski Resort terminals

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This page lists Pleasant Valley Ski Resort terminals.

Resort Manager's Terminal[edit | edit source]

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Pleasant Valley Ski Resort

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Manager's Terminal - No Unauthorized Personel

Intra-Resort Mail 01.10.76[edit | edit source]

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To: Carl Beltran, Facilities Coordinator
From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager

Carl, we've had a terribly mild winter, so I was wondering if you could consider running the snow-makers overnight for the next three weeks. Guests at the resort have been complaining that the powder just isn't ideal for skiing, and we don't want them heading home thinking about going someplace else next time. I realize this will put a strain on the units, but we must do everything we can to make our guests feel like they're at the premiere resort for Appalachia.

Intra-Resort Mail 03.28.76[edit | edit source]

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To: Sarah Seigfried, Public Relations
From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager

I got your mail, Sarah. Believe me, I am well-aware that the slopes we have at Pleasant Valley are not exactly Olympics-caliber, but we must make do with what we have.

That's why I would like to get some input into changing "Trail C" to something more exciting. That trail certainly isn't challenging, but I think if we upscale the marketing on it, we can give the impression that it's "dangerous." I was toying around with ideas and I came up with "Cutthroat Crag." Do you think you could mock-up a flyer pushing this new idea and go over it with me tomorrow?

Intra-Resort Mail 08.19.76[edit | edit source]

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To: Carl Beltran, Facilities Coordinator
From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager

Did you switch on the snow-makers, or did we have a freak blizzard last night? The entire area is covered in fresh powder, which is unusual - well, almost impossible for this time of year. Either way, the timing couldn't be better. We have a VIP guest who just rented out the entire facility to take advantage of the fresh snow.

I'm going to need you to get on the phone and get everyone in here right away. We need to be up-and-running in two days. I know that doesn't leave your team with much time, but do the best you can, and I'll see that everyone gets a bonus.

Intra-Resort Mail 11.30.76[edit | edit source]

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To: Sarah Seigfried, Public Relations
From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager

As I'm sure you're aware, the "Pheasants on the Run" event had mixed results. I'm not sure how you talked me into this event, but having guests ski down Shenanigan trying to hunt pheasant was not only ridiculous, but dangerous.

That being said, we did have the highest attendance and ski rental sales on Thanksgiving in the last several years. Oh, and before I forget, could you please send a Get Well Soon bouquet to the poor guest that accidentally wiped out when her ski caught one of the 5-pounders? Thanks.

Intra-Resort Mail 02.18.77[edit | edit source]

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To: Carl Beltran, Facilities Coordinator
From: Karen Gerrard, Operations Manager

I'm only going to say this once, so you might want to print out this mail and tack it to your wall.

I rode the lifts this morning and was absolutely appalled at their condition. Not only were they noisy and vibrated terribly, but they were filthy as well. I found empty champagne bottles shoved between the seats on my car, and some rich spoiled brat carved his initials into the plastic. This is unacceptable. You and your team have a week to get the lifts back into peak condition or you'll be hunting for a job somewhere else!