By: TransWorld Business
February 6, 2014
Industry Wraps Up Snow Show in Denver and Heads to Copper Mountain to Get On-the-Snow
Editors’ Note: For a more in-depth look at what happened at the show, be sure to flip through our entire report from the first two busy days at the show, including product photos, a breakdown of emerging trends we saw on the show floor, and a look at who was walking the show.
DENVER, Colo. (Feb. 2, 2014) – After four days of seeing and hearing about the latest innovations and fashion trends for 2014/15 at the 2014 SIA Snow Show and Sourcing Snow, the industry is heading out for the On-Snow Demo/Ski-Ride Fest at Copper Mountain Resort (Feb. 3-4). With close to 30 inches of new snow, they’re ready to celebrate today’s groundhog prediction- six more weeks of winter.
“This is an exciting moment for everyone in snow sports,” said David Ingemie, SIA president. “Walking the Show this year, you couldn’t help but appreciate the huge amount of time and talent required to forge innovation on this scale. And there isn’t one ski or snowboard athlete going to Sochi that hasn’t benefited from our industry’s collective determination to innovate.”
Check out the video recap from this weekend’s show: