haha i wondered why it said it wasnt new. my first e-mail is at the bottom.
Yeah, as the two sports have merged with twin tip skis and the general
community being more integrated, we decided to get into the skiing side of
things. Currently the staff is going to be a bit more knowledgeable about
boarding, but we are all going to be well schooled in skiing by the time
next season gets underway. Lots of the staff have skied in the past, and
most of us got on a pair at least a couple of times last year to get ready.
Currently there isn't much winter gear in the showroom, but stop by in
September or October and there will be lots of ski stuff as well as all of
the snowboard gear you could ever imagine. We also expanded the showroom
last year- lots more space to display gear.
Thanks for the email.
On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 1:38 PM, Jon Portinga
I recently saw that you have started to carry skis in your shop. I was
wondering what your intentions are in this area. Are you simply selling them
since the market in this area has increased a whole lot or because you would
like to be more involved in this area? Will the house become more of a
winter sports and summer sports shop rather than a boardshop?
Back when i used to snowboard i came to the house and it was amazing.
super friendly and knowledgeable staff. i think his name was ryan he walked
me through the whole process answered any questions i had and helped me pick
out a whole package. it was freaking awesome. i'm curious to know if you
would have anyone like this for the skiing side of things.
i think that if you would support the ski industry by putting on a few
skiing events or contests and stuff of that nature it would show the ski
community how enthusiastic you are about skiing. they would simply have to
be just skiing events if you could somehow mix the two together even that
would be pretty awesome.
Sorry i suck at communicating so if what i just said doesnt make any sense to you youre not alone.
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