20 Oct Event: Women 2 Women with Blizzard Tecnica
Ladies event! All ages are welcome on Thursday, Nov 2nd from 4:00pm – 8:00pm at Sturtevant’s.
This is your opportunity to ask questions, say what you think and share your vision on what gets you excited about skiing.
Don’t miss this event. Learning and Q&A with Italian style Prosecco and Parmesan hosted by Blizzard Tecnica! Our president Tracy Gibbons hosts athlete Keely Kelleher, founder of Keely’s Ski Camp, former World Cup and U.S. Ski Team member. Open to all ages. Please join others who share your passion for snow sports.
- You may be the WINNER of the raffle for skis and boots from Blizzard Tecnica. Raffle ticket proceeds benefit She Jumps.
- Hang out with women of all ages who love snow sports.
- We’ll have gear talk covering your issues and questions about boots and skis.
- You can even bring in your boots or skis for help.
- Check out skis and boots from a company who supports women and girls in skiing like no other company.
Tracy is part of the W2W focus group and their mission is designing better products for women…not just “shrink it and pink it”.
What gets you motivated to get up early, pack up your car and head to the hill? Do you like it when your skis, boots and outfit match? Do you love the idea of fresh powder and big mountain skiing? Or are you happy when you have a good day meeting up with your friends and kids for après ski?
COMMENTS FROM THE WOMEN TO WOMEN TEAM
“We’re focused on making better products specifically for women and sharing our experiences that we hope will encourage women to get out and enjoy this sport that brings us so much in our lives.” Claire Brown, Publisher at SkiRacing.com
“We want to be seen as “skiers and athletes” not “female skiers and female athletes.” Leslie Baker-Brown, Blizzard Tecnica US Marketing Manager.
“I realize the importance of introducing this sport to other women and especially young girls.” Jaclyn Paaso. Freeride World Tour Competitor.
“Exploring, climbing, seeking and skiing, teach us about not only ourselves but about life and how to navigate a world filled with distractions.” Brenna Kelleher, PSIA National Alpine Team
Pictures from the group’s visit to Portillo, Chile.