HUNTER, New York — Burton Snowboards and Hunter Mountain will co-sponsor a three-day Learn-to-Ride spring camp specifically for women. The camp will be held on March 14-16, 2008 and will be open to any female riders.
The package includes a lift ticket, rental equipment, lunch and camp admittance, and is offered in various levels. Participants can partake in the camp for a single day, or have lodging provided as part of the package. The lodging package will include two days of instruction, one day of free riding.
The camp will provide staff members trained to teach female-specific lessons and techniques. Women involved in the camp will also be provided with the opportunity to demo new Burton equipment. The camp has a maximum capacity of 50, and people will be registered first-come, first-serve.
“We’re psyched to offer another program with Burton,” says Jeremiah Dixon, Snowboard Director at Hunter Mountain. “Burton’s been offering tons of ways for people to learn to ride, and this gives women a huge opportunity to learn from the best in the industry.”
For further information on the Burton Women’s Learn-to-Ride program, please contact Jeremiah Dixon at 800-HunterMtn x2353, or by e-mail at [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email]. Please also visit the website at HunterMtn.com or Burton.com.