10 Days and Counting to the 1st Annual SkiSoutheast.com Summit and We Have More Great News to Share!

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There’s only ten days left until at least 72 or so of us will be migrating towards Snowshoe Mountain for the 1st Annual SkiSoutheast.com Summit!  The fun that is planned just keeps adding up! If you haven’t confirmed your plans to join us for a weekend of great fun, make those reservations today! Snowshoe is discounting any on-mountain lodging by $100; they are throwing a Free Wings Apres Ski Party for our attendees; they are giving all who attend that party a FREE Sunday Lift ticket and now there’s even more reasons to join us!

Snowshoe’s President and COO, Bill Rock has committed his team including VP Ed Galford and Marketing staffers Brad Larsen and Laura Parquette to get our Summit Attendees on the mountain for some FIRST TRACKS Sunday morning from 8:30am-9am before anyone else hits the mountain!  First Tracks are always great…but even better when so few of us will be allowed on the mountain for 30 minutes before anyone else is out there! We’ll definately capture some great video and photos.

Then a bit later in the morning, WCNCs Meteorologist Brad Panovich will be doing a remote weather forecast from Snowshoe and we want to get as many of our Summit Attendees at that broadcast! Let’s make it fun and the more the merrier!

We’ve now posted a schedule of planned activities and you can see that by visiting the Official SkiSoutheast.com Summit Page.Summit Page Schedule – Click Here


A lot of you guys have emailed us that you have never visited Snowshoe Mountain and you’re in for a treat. They received 11" of snow last week and another 6" of snow yesterday, with more on the way through Saturday.  They will be a great shape for our trip with as many as 58 trails open, terrain parks, night skiing, snow tubing, snowmobiling and more available.


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