Getting Started as an Ambassador

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Photo via Liberty Mountain, PA.

 

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Want to become an Ambassador of Snow Sports? It's easy! Simply help a beginner sign up for a professionally-taught beginner lesson or lesson package at a nearby ski or snowboard area. You might be someone with experience or a newcomer yourself.

One more thing. You need to register for the Bring a Friend Challenge. By doing so, you could win some great prizes from Head, Burton, Rossignol, Lange, Elan/Alpina, Krimson Klover, Polarmax, Seirus, Transpack and Zeal Optics. If you're already a seasoned skier or snowboarder, be an awesome role model. Share your knowledge and love of snow sports with them - and leave the teaching up to a pro. The Challenge runs from Monday, December 5, 2016 through Tuesday February 28, 2017.

Don't forget to tell your beginner friend or family member about our #firstdayfaces social media contest

Follow the simple instructions for the Bring a Friend Challenge and you automatically become an Ambassador. You could become our Ambassador of the Year with details available soon. Meet our 2015/2016 Snowboard Ambassador Cindy Rust and our 2016 Ski Ambassador Dr. Ari Gutman. Our 2014 Ambassador is Scott Kolts.

Also meet our industry Leadership Team headed up by Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame icon Glen Plake. These Industry Ambassadors love snow sports and do their best to share their passion. Other Team members are: Olympics Gold Medal Winner Kelly Clark, World Class Skier Kim Reichhelm, PSIA instructors Heidi Ettlinger, Allison Ace, Kevin Jordan, Eric Lipton, Bob Neff, and Ron Shepard, U.S. Forest Service representative Kate Jerman and retired P.E. teacher/ski enthusiast Paula Summit. All are featured on this web site.  

 

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