Need a winter get away? Look to the Yakima Valley for a contest to win a very special trip!
The winner (and 3 friends) will receive a private day of skiing with world class skier, Andy Mahre, on his home mountain, White Pass Ski Area in February, 2014.
“White Pass has some of the best skiing in the region and the home mountain to the famous Mahre family,” says John Cooper, President & CEO of the Yakima Valley Visitors & Convention Bureau. “You have families and top notch professionals that ski there during the season.”
Lift tickets, ski equipment rental, food and beverage, a gas card, Downtown Yakima lodging and VIP Wine Tasting of Yakima Valley award-winning wines will all be included as part of the private ski day giveaway with Andy.
Andy has skied professionally for over 9 years. He grew up in Naches, 16 miles from Yakima, WA and his home mountain is nearby White Pass on Highway 12. Andy is a kind, mellow, humble guy raised by Olympic greatness. His father Steve Mahre being a silver medalist in the 1984 Olympics only slightly behind his twin brother and Andy’s uncle Phil Mahre, Olympic gold medalist. All of the Mahre’s call White Pass home.
“Hukana Some Powder!” Andy is featured in many Warren Miller productions as well as ski movies by Poorboyz Productions, Matchstick Productions, Teton Gravity Research, and Nimbus Independent.
He is only 29 years old and currently sponsored by the greats in skiing -K2, Eddie Bauer/First Ascent, Dakine, Marker, and Evo. The Yakima Valley is very proud of this local phenomenon and invite you to enter to win a day skiing with Andy on his home mountain, White Pass!
Enter for a chance to ski with World Class Skier, Andy Mahre, at www.WinterInTheValley.com
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