Sims Pro Series Camp at Echo Mountain

Snowboarders have the chance to step up their game this season when Echo Mountain hosts its third annual Sims Pro Series Camp, the spring season’s first chance to clinic with some of snowboarding’s most elite professional talent!  The two day weekend camp offers personalized snowboarding instruction by Sims’ pro riders Steve Fisher and Erich Dummer as well as Echo’s own team riders. The registration fee includes lift tickets, two full days of training and lunch from The Smiling Moose Deli and Beau Jo’s.  Attendees are invited to check out the latest Sims product at the Sims display where Sims Pro Snowboarders will be signing autographs and giving away thousands of dollars worth of free Sims “swag” including t-shirts, hoodie sweatshirts, stickers and gifts.  Camp attendees will also be eligible for giveaways including Sims snowboards each day at the camp’s raffle.  To round out the weekend event, a jam session will be held at the end of day two for campers to showcase their new skills and win great prizes.

Snowboarders of all ability levels, age eight and up, are welcome to come out and join the Sims’ pro riders Steve Fischer and Erich Dummer along with Echo Mountain team riders. Pre-registration is available now at www.echomt.com. Space is limited so early registration is recommended. Keep up on all things Echo Mountain by following us on Twitter or Facebook and catch updates on our blog. Click the icons below to check us out.

-Echo Staff
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~ by echomountain on February 27, 2010.

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