Bula Adds Charles Gagnier and Wiley Miller to Freeski Roster
(Montreal, Quebec) â€“ November 6, 2007, Bula, the leading manufacturer of cold weather accessories, is proud to announce the latest additions to their world-class snow athlete roster, Charles Gagnier and Wiley Miller. They join an impressive Bula lineup that includes freeskiers JF Cusson, Colby James West, Phil Belanger, Lynsey Dyer, Frank Raymond, Â Kaya Turski and JD Zicat.
Gagnier, a 22 year old from Quebec, has attained X-Games and US Open glory thanks to an innovative, big-air slope style. Gagnier is looking forward to charging strong on the freeski competitions circuit and filming a complete inventive segment with the Poorboyz crew in the upcoming season.
Miller resides in Salt Lake City, UT, where he attends school while training and riding. Known for being a great all-around rider, Miller excels in the backcountry, park and rails. Most recently, he grabbed the IF3 (International Freeeski Film Festival)â€™s â€œRider of the Yearâ€. Miller is looking forward to competing in the US Open and filming with the Level 1 crew in the 2007/2008 season.
â€œCharles and Wiley represent the future of menâ€™s freeski,â€ said JF DuRocher, director of marketing and team manager of Bula. â€œThey both have a dynamic presence on the slopes and are a perfect match for the free-spirited Bula lifestyle. We welcome Charles and Wiley into the Bula family and look forward to supporting their season.â€
About Bula Snow Accessories:
â€˜Bulaâ€™, a Fijian expression meaning â€œhello, peace and cheersâ€™, is also the brand name for the premier snow sports accessory brand and manufacturer of winter headwear, socks, and base layers. Bulaâ€™s motto, â€œTo live the good lifeâ€ permeates all that we do, and is reflected in a product line that offers a wide variety of styles stressing high quality at a great price. Bulaâ€™s design team comes from a storied background within the industry with strong roots to snowboard, ski and beach culture.Â To learn more visit: http://www.bulabula.com.