BBC Board-A-Thon at Stratton Mountain, VT,
Date: Saturday, January 23, 1999
Location: Stratton Mountain, VT
Check-in Time: 8:00 - 10:00 am
Check-in Location: The Roost
Start of Board-A-Thon: 10:00 am
Join the fun and spend a day riding or skiing on the mountain while supporting
breast cancer research, education, and awareness!
All you have to do is collect pledges, register for the event, and enjoy
activities on and off the snow!
Proceeds from BBC Board-A-Thon go to The Breast Cancer Fund and The Susan G.
Komen Foundation, two national and local breast cancer research and education
Complete a registration form (click here to download reg form - I am going to
email this to you in the next few days), fax it to Stratton at (802)-
297-4125 or mail it to: BBC Board-A-Thon - c/o Stratton Mountain - RR1 Box 145
- Stratton Mountain, VT 05155, then bring it to the event. Donít forget to
invite a friend to join you!
2. Collect Pledges
It's easy! Set a goal for yourself and start collecting donations from
friends, family, and co-workers. Remember, each donation you collect will
help breast cancer research, awareness, and education!
3. Turn In Your Donations
At the BBC Board-A-Thon, turn in your donations at registration on the morning
of the event. Everyone who raises over $100 will receive a free BBC
Board-A-Thon t-shirt and top fund-raisers will receive great incentive prizes
including lift tickets and ski and snowboard products.
4. Enjoy The Event
Bring family and friends! Fun events and activities will take place
throughout the day. These will include a barbecue, donation demos, freeriding or
freeskiing, a halfpipe jam session, live music, a breast cancer awareness
exhibit and more! Enjoy the camaraderie and spirit of this important cause!
BBC is proud to announce Convert by Columbia Sportswear as the Presenting
Sponsor of the Stratton Mountain Board-A-Thon. Fitness Magazine, Fairdale
Farms, and Trex Medical are backing the Stratton event as Supporting Sponsors.
Photos from the inaugural BBC Board-A-Thon was held at Stratton Mountain, VT,
on March 28, 1998.