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Squaw Alpine Extends Military Season Pass | Press Release
Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadow Extends Military Season Pass to All Military Personnel, Benefitting Military to the Mountain Program [Olympic Valley, Calif.] March 22, 2019 – Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows proudly supports the men and women of the U.S. armed forces and has expanded its military season pass program to not only include active duty military but also...
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2019 Mothership Classic Event | Press Release
ARCADE BELTS TO HOST 5TH ANNUAL MOTHERSHIP CLASSIC AT SQUAW VALLEY TO RAISE FUNDS FOR TAHOE-BASED NON-PROFIT Register HERE [Olympic Valley, Calif.] March 20, 2019–With all of the new Tahoe snow, Squaw Valley skiers’ and snowboarders’ spirits are sure to be high in their quest to raise funds for the High Fives Foundation. The 5th...
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2019 Fat Ski-a-Thon | Press Release
MAD RIVER VALLEY SKIING COMMUNITY RAISES OVER $210K AT SUGARBUSH SKI-A-THON FOR HIGH FIVES FOUNDATION Funds raised will help injured outdoor sports athletes recover from their respective injuries and return to the sports they love Full Release & Photos --> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hPvSNAJ0g-QA3zvDpI0kEO6Gptya10GL?usp=sharing  Warren, VT, March 12, 2019 – The High Fives Foundation shared the slopes with over...
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2019 Military to the Mountain Press Release
High Fives presents, 2019 Military to the Mountain TRUCKEE, CALIF. BASED NON-PROFIT PUSHES INJURED US VETERANS OUT OF THEIR COMFORT ZONE AND INTO THE MOUNTAINS Truckee, Calif., February 21, 2019 – “You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt The High Fives Foundation in Truckee, Calif., the City of Reno Parks,...
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SUGARBUSH RESORT TO HOST ANNUAL FAT SKI-A-THON
SUGARBUSH RESORT IN WARREN, VT. TO HOST ANNUAL SKI-A-THON TO RAISE FUNDS FOR INJURED ATHLETES Support and register here! Warren, VT, February 8, 2019 – On March 3, 2019, the High Fives Foundation from Truckee, Calif. will team up with GoPro and Vermont North Ski Shops to share the slopes of Sugarbush Resort in Warren,...
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High Fives Across America | Press Release
High Fives Across America 3,100 Mile Bike Ride Benefitting High Fives Foundation Learn more and support to the cause HERE In June of 2019, Erol Senel and Price Burlington will begin a 3,100 mile bike ride across the country in opposite directions. Senel will begin in Milford, N.H. and finish in Truckee, Calif., while Burlington...
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HIGH FIVES x RUMPL RELEASE LIMITED EDITION SHAMMY TOWEL
HIGH FIVES FOUNDATION AND RUMPL RELEASE LIMITED EDITION SHAMMY TOWEL Maker of Technical Blankets Unveils Greatest Towel Ever Designed with proceeds benefiting wounded athletes; Insanely Absorbent, Warm, Packable and Repels Sand Shop HERE In September 2018, the High Fives Foundation took athletes with life-altering injuries to Santa Cruz for an adaptive surf trip. Also along...
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8TH ANNUAL TAHOE CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT RECAP
116 golfers participated in 18 holes of scramble golf raising funds and awareness for the High Fives Foundation! Photo Credit by Levon Ayres We made a rainy day at The Golf Club at Gray's Crossing, May 16th, turn great! Smiles & High Fives were endless as we raised over $21,000 for injured outdoor action sports...
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NEWS RELEASE | 3RD ANNUAL RETRO SHRED-A-THON
3rd ANNUAL RETRO SHRED-A-THON AT COPPER MOUNTAIN RESORT RAISES OVER $30K FOR INJURED ATHLETES IN NEED PHOTO: Retro Shred-a-Thon participants were all smiles as they prepared to lap Copper Mountain Resort’s American Eagle lift in the name of fun and philanthropy. Photo Credit: Nico Nordin, High Fives Foundation.   Frisco, Colo. April 22, 2018 -- With a...
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POST 2018 FAT SKI-A-THON | NEWS RELEASE
MAD RIVER VALLEY SKIING COMMUNITY RAISES NEARLY $200K AT SUGARBUSH SKI-A-THON FOR HIGH FIVES FOUNDATION Funds raised will help injured outdoor sports athletes return to the sports they love. View the fundraiser HERE Warren, VT, March 15, 2018 – The High Fives Foundation shared the slopes with 170 skiers and snowboarders at Sugarbush Resort’s Valley...
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