While there’s no snow on Vermont’s Bromley Mountain yet, there is a virtual arcade of rides and attractions to choose from.
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“It’s 23 rides and attractions in total,” Michael Van-Eyck of Bromley told WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
Van-Eyck says Bromley was among the first to expand its four season operation.
“Bromley is sort of the pioneer of summer attractions in Vermont,” he said "
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