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The Summit at Big Sky

The Annual Community ReportTaylor Middleton, September 4, 2015

Gross Domestic Product

Source: U.S Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis 2

Consumer Price Index

Source: U.S Department of Labor & U.S. Congressional Budget Office2015 Percentage Jan July, Nominal GDP based on actual prices3

U.S. Unemployment Rate

Bureau of Labor Statistics / US Department of Labor4Montana Unemployment 4.0%Gallatin County 2.8%

Census Data US population growth of 1.7% since 20106Census Data Montana population growth of 1.6% since 20107Census Data Gallatin County grew by 3.5% to 92,000 since 2010Madison County grew by .5% to 7,800 since 20108Census Data United States: 281,421,906308,745,538Montana:902,195 989,415Big Sky:1,2212,3089Big Sky Water & Sewer District SFE Permits Issued Provided by Big Sky County Water & Sewer District No. 363Average Household in Big Sky is 2 SFEs 2015 Through July = 6810Northwestern Energy New Electric Meters Total Meters in Big Sky 3480 Provided by Northwestern Energy 2015 Partial Year through August, (22 + 19 pending)11Big Sky School DistrictOphir and LPHS Lone Peak High School Opened 2011-1212Big Sky Resort Number of Employees 13Big Sky Fire Department Incident Call VolumeData provided by BSFD 2015 Partial Year August = 632 calls14Highway Vehicle Count Data: Montana Department of Transportation. Annual Average. 15

SP & MLB Integration & Terrain

Big Sky Resort = 5,750 Acres4,350 Vertical29 LiftsMoonlight Basin 1,900 Acres7 lifts (6 chairs, 1 surface)

Spanish Peaks 207 Acres2 Chairlifts

16USA Skier Visits Provided by National Ski Areas Association17Big Sky Resort Skier VisitsTram 95/96, MLB 02/03, Interconnect 05/06) 18Bozeman Yellowstone International AirportEnplanements Provided by MT Dept of Transportation Aeronautics DivisionEnplanements are currently up 5.3% from last year through July 151914 Non-Stop Cities Summer, 12 Cities Winter

Summer Only: Portland, La GuardiaFuture?Dallas, Boston

20The Powerful Big Sky Resort Brands

21Big Sky CommunityResort Tax DollarsProvided by Big Sky Resort Area Tax District (Fiscal Year July 1 June 30) 22Resort Tax % of Winter Revenue (November-April) 233 Pillars of Successful Ski TownsOutstanding Recreation

Vibrant Community

Effective Transportation24