Celebrate the snow and the beauty of pink all at once on February 11, 2006 at Cranmore Mountain’s Darkside Park. February 11th will be Fire On The Mountain and Burning Boards 2nd annual Pink Ribbon Jibbin’; a rail jam competition to benefit breast cancer awareness.
With major sponsors such as Fire on the Mountain and Burning Boards of Dover, New Hampshire, K2 ski and snowboard, Smith Sport Optics, Cranmore Mountain’s Darkside Park and Boarding for Breast Cancer you too can help ride for a cure. All proceeds will go to Boarding for Breast Cancer, a breast cancer awareness group.
The competition is simple. It will be a rail jam format for all. It doesn’t matter your age, size, gender, or if it’s on skis or a snowboard we just want you to hit the rails, including the ever popular Smith Limo rail. With prizes including skis, snowboards, jackets, and goggles from your favorite sponsors and an easy entry fee of just 20 dollars in riding sponsors or a simple 10 dollar donation from each rider, you too can help in a great and powerful cause. Each rider on top of their entry fee (20 dollars in sponsors or a 10 dollar donation) will have to purchase a lift ticket. The ticket will be around 20 dollars or if you ride with a Threedom Pass…you can use that.
Competitors should check in at noon to register for the event, and the actual competition will take place at 5:00 PM under the lights. For those who don’t want to ski or ride, feel free to hang out on the hill and watch some of your own friends or family hit the rails, participate in great raffles, grab plenty of free stuff, and enjoy the benefits of many other great sponsors that will be on the hill, including Red Bull and many more to come. Once the competition is complete everyone on the hill has an invitation to the after party to keep the cure rocking.
Tell your family, tell your friends and ride for a cure at the Pink Ribbon Jibbin’ on February 11, 2006. For questions or for rider sponsor sheets, please call 603-742-1019 or drop an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your time, your help, and your riding…Pink, it’s you.