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SIA Spring Fest Coming to Park City April 5-7

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Snowsports Industries America (SIA), in conjunction with Thin Air Innovation Festival and hosted at Park City Mountain, has created a new event, SIA Spring Fest, a celebration of winter bringing together the global snow industry including suppliers, retailers, shop employees, resorts, media and consumers for three days of education, entertainment, business and on-snow fun.  


*Engaging panel discussions featuring inspiring speakers from inside and outside the winter industry on today’s relevant topics.
*On-snow demo for all winter sports enthusiasts to test-drive 2019 product.    This will be the first time that consumers can try next year’s ski and snowboard product on snow at a world-class resort!
*Parties, bands and networking opportunities each day.

SIA Spring Fest Details

“This is the must attend event of the season. Whether you’re an industry professional or winter enthusiast, SIA is creating a platform where brands, enthusiasts, retailers, industry professionals and consumers can come together in one place to celebrate the winter lifestyle, culture and the community as a whole,” says Nick Sargent, president of SIA. “Moreover, by partnering with the Thin Air Innovation Festival, we can gather inspiration from other industries and generate new ideas across the winter industry. This is a new take on collaboration and innovation for our community.”

SIA Spring Fest @ Thin Air Park City is April 5 – 7, 2018 in Park City, Utah and will include parties, panel discussions, demos and more. More information is available here: 
There are a limited number of sponsorships and exhibitor demo spaces still available. Contact Kyle Kennedy for more information on prices and availability.

Cost to the industry is $400 without Epic Pass and $350 with Epic Pass and includes all panel discussions, receptions, breakfasts, and parties.

Cost to the public is $50 and includes two days of ski/snowboard demos and access to the majority of the Thin Air panel discussions. More information can be found HERE.



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