Snowsports Related Booths
(In the Newport Commons)

Why Booths?

The Newport Swap already has nearly every type of snow sport gear that you may want or need but we have also always had booths that offer related services. For instance local and sometimes remote Ski Areas marketing their area and programs and also selling Seasons Passes, training and other services. Local snowsports schools such as Bellevue Ski School offering snowsport training. Sometimes club like the Newport Snowsports Club and Charities like SOS Outreach who service disadvantaged snow sliders. We offer this to provide full service for our loyal customers.

 

The Summit at Snoqualmie

The Summit is with us again hiring employees including instructors, showing us the advantages of their 4 areas, their training program and how to purchase days or a seasons pass.

They will also be providing some goodies to take home and perhaps mountain coupons.

Crystal Mountain

Crystal will have representatives on site from the Snowsports Center and Retail Shops. They will be conducting interviews for anyone looking for winter employment opportunities. Swing by, say hello and grab a sticker.
1- Retail staff will be working the swap and recruiting for winter employment
2- Snowsports staff will be recruiting for winter employment
3- Marketing will be at a table near the entrance answering questions, selling ticket packages, handing out stickers and spreading the Crystal Mountain stoke.
Discounts on multi-day GO Cards will also be available at the Crystal table.

Big White

Big White Ski Resort in British Columbia, Canada will be joining us this year. Stop by their booth to learn more about this very family friendly resort thatís family owned and operated and long known as Canadaís Favourite Family Resort. This ski-in, ski-out resort with world famous, dry Champagne Powder is a favourite for many Newport families.

 

 

Bellevue Ski School

This school has long been associated with the Bellevue School District. They have excellent ski and snowboard training for Elementary, Middle and High School students. The students in this program can take a bus up to the mountain on weekends.

They are associated with ULLR Snow Sports. Ullr Snow Sports offers ski and snowboard lessons at The Summit at Snoqualmie. Sharing the enjoyment of the mountain experience for 55 years!

Husky Winter Sports

Husky Winter Sports is a nonprofit ski school operated by the UW Husky Winter Sports ski club. Husky Winter Sports is a ski and snowboard school operated under Ullr Snowsports at the Summit at Snoqualmie. All of our instructors are UW students who have undergone a rigorous training and hiring process, and who receive ongoing training throughout the season. Husky Winter Sports offers quality skiing and snowboarding instruction for a very competitive price. Our instructors are unpaid, so you know they love what they do, and it helps keep costs down for you!

SOS OUTREACH

SOS Outreach has been "Inspiring Youth to Make Positive Decisions for Healthy and Successful Lives" for many years. They serve 5,000 at-risk youth between the ages of 8 and 18 annually. As a youth development nonprofit, they use year-round, outdoor sports to engage under served students in long-term mentor based relationships. Their core value curriculum integrates outdoor experiential learning, character development, community service, values-based leadership development, social justice advocacy, and peer mentoring.

 

CityLeague

CityLeague Team Ski Racing is drag racing at its best. It's fun and competitive for Skiers and Boarders of all abilities. Your team competes in a seven-week series, including a qualifying night, running January through early to mid-March. Teams are made up of mixed ability racers and can have up to 12 adults (minimum age of 16). Six people on your team race two runs per night and are paired with opponents of equal speed and ability.

Hope on the Slopes

Hope on the Slopes, Ski & Ride for a Cure has raised more than $4 million dollars for the American Cancer Society since 2003!

About the Cause - The simple fact is that about 12 million people living in the United States today have had some type of cancer. Half of all men and one-third of all women in the U.S. will develop cancer during their lifetimes. This terrible disease impacts the lives of millions of people every day.

Organizations like the American Cancer Society and Hope on the Slopes, Ski & Ride for a Cure are dedicated to helping make a difference. We need your support to solve the problem.

Crystal Mountain Alpine Club (CMAC)

CMAC is a nonprofit, predominately volunteer organization founded in 1963. CMAC is for skiers of all ages who enjoy competitive ski racing as well as advanced free skiing. Our coaching staff is dedicated to helping racers at all levels achieve their personal ski racing goals.