Boarding for Breast Cancer

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Boarding for Breast Cancer

Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire will turn pink on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 7.  The resort invites skiers and snowboarders to hit the slopes and raise funds for Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC), a non-profit, youth-focused foundation aimed at increasing breast cancer awareness, the importance of early detection, and the value of an active lifestyle.  
Boarding for Breast Cancer - Pink Rail Jam prizes
There will be a Pink Rail Jam at 12 noon on Sunday (registration is from 8-10 a.m. at Waterville Valley ski area's event yurt).  The $40 registration fee includes a terrain park lift ticket, goodie bags stuffed with event sponsor swag, and a raffle ticket for the pink raffle.  Pink raffle tickets will be sold throughout the weekend on both Saturday and Sunday for the "Ultimate Women's Set-ups" donated by Burton, Flow, Salomon, Atomic, Roxy, Forum, Rome, Nitro Rossignol and products from Thule, Oakley, Smith Optics, Spyder, Merrell, Eastern Boarder, NH Old School and Volcom.  Raffle tickets cost $2 a piece or six for $10.  You do not need to be present to win!

The resort will donate all registration fees collected to B4BC.  Waterville Valley Resort employees are also participating by pledging an hour or more of their pay to B4BC.  

Learn more about Boarding for Breast Cancer online.

Cheers!  Jan
Jan Stearns, Waterville Valley Realty
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Comments (2)

Frank Kliewer
Woodinville, WA

Good event Jan. I bet you've got lots of the necessary white stuff, maybe enough for an Olympic event. The very best to you and the event.

Feb 06, 2010 09:25 AM
Jan Stearns
Jan Stearns, Waterville Valley Realty, Waterville Valley, NH - Waterville Valley, NH
Marketing Director for Waterville Valley Realty

Frank:  Hopefully the B4BC will raise a lot of money...skiing and riding are great, although we would love to have some of the snow dumping on the mid-Atlantic states move up here!  Bet Vancouverites are saying the same thing!



Feb 06, 2010 09:31 AM