GO PINK WITH WATERVILLE VALLEY
SUPERBOWL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Proceeds benefit Boarding for Breast Cancer
WATERVILLE VALLEY, NH – Waterville Valley Resort is turning their slopes pink on Superbowl Sunday and invites skiers and snowboarders to join them in raising funds for Boarding for Breast Cancer. The day kicks off with an Oakley Pink Rail Jam at 12:00 pm. Registration for the Pink Jam is 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. and includes a lift ticket, goodie bags stuffed with event sponsor swag and a raffle ticket for a pink product toss. The $40 registration fee, ($25 for Threedom pass holders), will go towards the resort’s donation to B4BC.
Pink auction tickets will be sold throughout the day for the Ultimate Women’s Set-ups donated by Burton, Flow, Salomon, Atomic, Roxy, Forum, Rome, Rossignol and products from Thule, Oakley, Smith Optics, Spyder, Merrell, Eastern Boarder, NH Old School and Volcom. Willing tickets will be drawn at T-Bars by KISS Radio celebrities. Waterville Valley employees are also participating by pledging an hour or more of their pay to B4BC. Last year over 180 employees pledged adding to the grand total of $8,000 raised.
B4BC was started in 1996 by professional snowboarders Tina Basich and Shannon Dunn, Black Sun Productions owner Lisa Hudson and W.i.g. (Women in General) magazine publisher Kathleen Gasperini after friend Monica Steward passed away from complications of breast cancer after a two year battle. For more information on going pink at Waterville Valley, visit www.waterville.com or call 1-800-GO VALLEY. For more info on Boarding for Breast Cancer, please visit www.b4bc.org.
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Waterville Valley is located two hours north of Boston at One Ski Area Road, in Waterville Valley, NH. Known for its superior terrain park and learning facilities, Waterville Valley is part of the Booth Creek family of resorts that include: Cranmore Mountain Resort, Loon Mountain, Northstar-at-Tahoe, Sierra-at-Tahoe and the Summit-at-Snoqualmie.