FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Press Media Kit

San Francisco, California, January 28, 2017.

Dear Journalist:

Founded in 1999, the 2016-17 season is Snowpals’ 18th anniversary of bringing SF Bay Area skiers and snowboarders together to share snow sports experiences. Snowpals.org is an online community based ski and snowboard club with social events and snow sports activities.  We connect Bay Area winter sports enthusiasts who share a common interest in snow sports, helping individuals connect to make friends and network while enjoying the best of Lake Tahoe in the winter. Snowpals currently consists of 7,800+ members as of Jan. 28, 2017, and our group continues to grow every year.

At Snowpals, people can:

  1. Find and/or offer rideshares & carpools: from San Francisco Bay Area to Lake Tahoe  (a free community ridesharing service).
  2. Get breaking news and information on Lake Tahoe area deals, promotions and discounts for: lift tickets, ski resort season passes, restaurants, retails, hotels, lodging, ski bus services, and travel packages.
  3. Engage in Snowpals’ SF Bay Area monthly social mixers and snow sports related events and activities.
  4. Find or advertise Lake Tahoe area vacation rentals and ski leases.
  5. Get advice from our members on all things relating to Lake Tahoe: first hand snow conditions, ski resort insider tips, apres ski recommendations, nightlife, places to eat and stay, and much more.

Please feel free to contact us for any assistance with angles or interviews. We also have a wide selection of digital images available for editorial use.

We’d also like to encourage you to experience Snowpals’ events firsthand, and look forward to coordinating complimentary press engagement for media on assignment.

Read about Team Snowpals to learn more about the people behind the founding and management of Snowpals.

If you have any questions, please e-mail tim [at] snowpals.org.

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Digital images available for editorial use:

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