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Imagine a ski vacation where everyone in the family is having fun and learning to ski – including your child with autism. Programs such as Extreme Sports Camp’s Autism Skis program based out of Snowmass, Colorado, teach children and adults across the autism spectrum and of any athletic ability how to ski or snowboard.
Warren Miller Entertainment is proud to partner up with Warren Miller Athlete Chris Anthony and his Youth Initiative Project. Do you have a 4th or 5th Grader? Set up a school visit with Chris Anthony. In his school visits, Chris calls upon segments from Warren Miller films he has appeared in over the last 24 years to take kids on a global journey with a simple message: if you can dream it, than set a goal for yourself and reach for it.
Want to share your passion for skiing and snowboarding? Would you like to let others know how much fun they can have on snow?
We invite you to enter the Warren Miller Entertainment Video Awards for the Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month/Bring a Friend initiative. Help us show the joy and exhilaration of skiing and/or snowboarding through your visual expression.
Your entry will be posted on our special Facebook page. Your friends and others will be able to "vote" on your work. We also have a panel of three judges who will choose their favorites.
For more than 63 years, Warren Miller Entertainment has entertained millions of winter sports enthusiasts with an annual film that celebrates the world’s best skiers and riders in the most breathtaking and unique locations. For us and our millions of fans around the world, winter hasn’t truly begun until the latest Warren Miller film is released.
This year’s Warren Miller Entertainment flick, Flow State, is poised to do more than just get snow-lovers amped for the coming season. A new partnership between Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month (LSSM) and WME’s Film Tour aims to bring greater exposure to this beginners’ initiative to introduce more athletes to snowsports.
SheJumps.org announces GET THE GIRLS OUT, a campaign to bring the community of female skiers and snowboarders together on mountains across the country, if not the world, for one day. On February 11, 2012 women all over the country will be encouraged to utilize the resource of the SheJumps community to celebrate their love for the mountain lifestyle by taking the mountain by storm with new and old friends in a safe and supportive atmosphere.