Sunday, September 5, 2010

Ski Utah is looking for Powderhound blogger

Ski Utah is looking for someone to blog once or twice a week this winter about skiing and boarding, presumably describing places they’ve been that will make readers’ mouths water.
The Ski Utah Yeti is looking to add a new member to his blogging team. The Ultimate Powderhound has a strong ability to communicate their passion for Utah snow sports and a unique perspective on Utah’s 13 ski resorts. As a new member of the blogging team, The Ultimate Powderhound will be awarded a Ski Utah Silver Pass which enables them to ski 30 days at all 13 Utah ski resorts, a $2,400 value!. The job also comes with a nickname — Ultimate Powderhound.
Predicting fierce competition for the position and the pass, Ski Utah President Nathan Rafferty said applicants "should prove their ability to communicate their resort experiences through writing and video production".
To apply fill out the short application form and submit a 30 second video on why you are the Ultimate Powderhound. Entries will be judged on popularity of their video and their application response. Deadline for entry is September 17th. For more information email Ski Utah Communications Director Jessica Kunzer.
The western edge of the Rocky Mountains, the Wasatch Range towers over Utah's Great Salt Lake and the vast desert basin beyond, create an ultimate playground for powder addicts. Utah's self-proclaimed "greatest snow on Earth" is not only a slogan. The claim is back up with an average of 500 inches (12,7 metres) of the planet's lightest and driest powder annually. Home to 13 world-class alpine ski resorts, Utah can't be beat for its terrain and consistency of the lightest, deepest powder around. From the rugged powder choked steeps of Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon, home to Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude, to the immaculately manicured slopes of Park City, where you can find Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort, and The Canyons, Utah has it all.

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