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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – June 12, 2018 DPS Skis recently named Jamie Starr vice president of global marketing. Dan Benshoff, who has served as the brand’s marketing director and executive producer of DPS Cinematic for the past two and a half years, will pivot into the newly created role of digital director. “Jamie brings […]
Top Honors Awarded in New England
In case you missed the email, here are Nick’s Notes from February 2, 2018.
“We couldn’t do our buy without the two days of this demo.” — heard on the chairlift from two Colorado retailers.
SIA is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Adams as chairman of the board. It also welcomes four other seasoned snowsports industry veterans as members to the board and says goodbye and thank you to members who are moving on.
Group to host anniversary party at Patagonia store in downtown Denver.
Focus to be on interactive sessions, context, and digging deep into ways to better utilize Inntopia’s Marketing Cloud, Commerce, and Business Intelligence products.
We combined our 148 years combined Snow Show experience to bring you our Top Ten show survival tips.
January, 4, 2018 Dear SIA Member, The Board of Directors and the management of SnowSports Industries America, Incorporated (“SIA”) cordially invite you to attend the Annual Meeting of the members of SIA. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 5:00 pm at the Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th Street, Denver, CO, […]
This will be the fifth iteration of the Mantra, first breaking onto the scene in 2005 and becoming a best-seller globally for its high-end sportiness as an all-mountain freeride ski. The M5 is built on this success, says Volkl.