TPW Announces Title Sponsorship for USASA Southern Vermont Snowboard and Freeski Series

The series sponsored by TPW will begin on December 20 in Killington and end on March 6 in Okemo

November 10, 2015

 

Bondville, Vermont – TPW has become the first title sponsor for the Southern Vermont Snowboard and Freeski Series (SVS) with competitions at Killington, Stratton, Mount Snow, Okemo, Magic, and Bromley mountains this upcoming season.

SVS is the regional series for the United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) competitions, with select events featuring national qualifiers.

"We love having TPW be a part of this series," said Ross Powers, the series new co-director along with Paul Kelly. "Scott Palmer did an amazing job with this locally grown series. We’re psyched to work with the premier southern Vermont Mountains and keep the tradition alive of creating some of the top athletes in our sport."

The series sponsored by TPW will begin on December 20 in Killington and end on March 6 in Okemo. To check out the full schedule, which also features stops at Stratton, Bromley, Magic, and Mount Snow, visit SouthernVermontSeries.com.

"Ross and TPW both have deep roots in Southern Vermont,” noted Paul W. Carroccio, President and CEO of the family-owned firm specializing in real estate sales, vacation rentals, community management, and property services based in Bondville with locations that include Stratton, Mount Snow, Killington, Okemo, and Manchester Center. “Ross and I played Little League baseball together, skied and snowboarded at the same hills growing up, and are now raising our families in the same communities where we grew up. To bring our two passions together—coaching and teaching kids to snowboard and ski, and a growing Vermont family business—by supporting this great development program for our youth is a no brainer! Now, competitors and their parents can participate in the series with a ‘We Know Just the PlaceTM’ peace of mind in a trusted property manager and vacation home provider in TPW."

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