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Ambassador Program:

 

Become an Ambassador – Share the Passion

Ambassadors come from all walks of life. Peers respect them. They are passionate about skiing and/or snowboarding!

Ambassadors go beyond helping newcomers sign up for ski or snowboard lessons from instructors.They serve as role models by sharing information about why they love snow sports, how they got involved and why it is important to learn from trained professionals. In short, they are leaders. 

They use their own unique ways to communicate why snow sports are fun, a chance to try something new, provide enjoyable exercise, and an opportunity to spend time with friends or family members.

Anyone 13 years old an up can be an Ambassador simply by helping one newcomer learn by taking lessons from a professional instructor.All you have to do is sign up for the Bring a Friend Challenge. 

You Can Win Prizes by helping newcomers sign up for lessons!

You can become an Ambassador simply registering for the Bring a Friend Challenge. You canuwin prizes just for helping one newcomer sign up for beginner lessons from a trained instructor. Helping at least three newcomers and you'll be a Super Ambassador with even more chances to win. It's worth it!

Top Ambassadors 

At the end of the season, our top three Ambassadors will be honored by the snow sports industry with their own page on the skiandsnowboardmonth.org Web site. 

 Ambassador of the Year - Awesome Rewards!

One outstanding role model will be named Ambassador of the Year and will receive a season pass at a selected venue for the 2014-15 winter.

AND...... a pair of skis from HEAD Wintersports  or a snowboard set up from FLOW Snowboarding.  

BE A LEADER! 

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Start Here:

Sign up for the Bring a Friend Challenge. You will become an Ambassador with a chance to win Challenge prizes by helping at least ONE person sign up for lessons from a professional instructor. Details are at bringafriend.org.

Help at least three newcomers sign up for lessons and you will get your own web page on the Learn to Ski and Snowboard web site. The more newcomers you sign up the better are your chances of becoming our Ambassador of the Year and opportunities to win some of our partners products. Help us spread the word about skiing and snowboarding through social media. We will provide you with a hash tag when we get your Application Form. Other ways to enhance your chances:

 2) "Like" our Facebook page. 

3) Tweet positive thoughts about skiing and/or snowboarding and cheer on newcomers with a hash tag provided by program organizers. The more you tweet the more hances you have to win.

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4) Post positive thoughts about skiing and/or snowboarding on your Facebook page and other social media outlets.

5) Send a photo of you and each newcomer to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  along with the name of the venue where the lessons took place. 

Remember: In addition to your Challenge registration, you need to fill out the Ambassador/Champions ApplicationForm.

Option: Enter the Why I Love to Ski or Ride Video Contest (details coming soon).

The more newcomers you help introduce the more likely you could be named Ambassador of the Year!

 Our Leadership Team

The Leadership Team includes our very first ambassador Glen Plake, ski icon and member of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame; Daron Rahlves, Hall of Famer and World Cup Champion,Bode Miller, Olympocs Gold Medal Winner, Kevin Jordan, Heidi Ettlinger and Allison Ace, PSIA Instructors/coaches and Paula Summit, retired P.E. teacher.

Our sponsor The North Face has its own Role Model program. Check it out!

 Photos courtesy of Liberty Mountain (PA) and Hunter Mountain (NY)

 

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