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Snowsports Industries America posts news and information about the snowsports industry - as well as press releases, brand stories and other member-focused blogs here in our news portal. For information about how to be seen in this portal, contact Todd Walton, director of communications and marketing, at email@example.com.
For SIA’s Monthly Research Update, our industry experts cultivated data about Facebook users with interests in skiing, snowboarding, and XC Skiing. We look forward to seeing how you can apply this to your business!
Multi-year agreement begins with TEAMS ’18, October 1-4, in Louisville, Kentucky.
Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show Offers Robust Education Sessions Throughout Show, January 24–27 SIA Industry & Intelligence and OIA Outdoor University programs are packed for inaugural combined outdoor and snowsports tradeshow in Denver. Park City, Utah, and Boulder, Colo., January 8, 2018: Snowsports Industries America (SIA), the non-profit trade association for the winter sports industry, and Outdoor Industry […]
Ski Utah is a membership association representing Utah’s $1.4 billion-dollar wintersports industry, including 14 alpine ski resorts and a membership of over 250 industry partners.
With Snowbird opening tomorrow (11/22), Park City opening Thursday (11/23), and Brian Head Resort opening Friday (11/24), Ski Utah is excited to start another great season. See a full list of resort opening dates here.
Richard Barrak Marshall, 85, of Portland, Oregon, formerly of Farmington, NM, died in the comfort of his home surrounded by family on Saturday morning, Oct. 28, 2017. He was born in North Providence, R.I., on April 4, 1932, the son of James and Eva (Lister) Marshall. He was a 1950 graduate of Gould Academy where […]
Yesterday, Protect Our Winters published a link to a new EPA study that estimates that we will lose about 30% of skier/snowboarder visits and snow sports revenue by 2050 due to climate change. The findings are alarming and potentially dangerous for the snow sports industry but there are some issues with the research and the conclusions regarding […]
On behalf of SIA, DLA Piper has been keeping close tabs on the Border Adjustment Tax issue in Washington, D.C. As it may impact a number of SIA members, we want to provide this brief update: It is very early in the process and there are no concrete proposals at this point. Nevertheless, lobbying for and against […]
Back to the 80’s. In 1983, Dallas was the number one show on CBS; Risky Business hit it big at the box office and a gallon of milk cost $1.25. For a nostalgic look at how retail used to be, look no further than Frederick Wiseman’s 1983 documentary The Store. The Store follows the daily […]