Rossland, British Columbia (January 20, 2008) – Organizers of Girls Day Out female ski camps announce that the Girls Day Out at Sun Peaks resort will be changed from a dual camp of Terrain park and big mountain, to an exclusive Big Mountain focused camp. Girls Day Out will be held on the weekend of February 9th and 10th at Sun Peaks Resort near Kamloops B.C.
The event will now culminate with a shopping session/social hour that showcases 2008 female ski products and featured female artists, jewelers, photographers. Other new event additions will include: a ski mechanical workshop, motivational speakers, lunch, sessions with a professional photographers, coaching from professional skiers, Rossignol demo ski’s and personalized photography session.
Attendees will spend two-action packed days skiing, making new friends, being educated and inspired by other female skiers. Community building and goal setting exercises will be implanted to help all attendees become aware of their personal potential. The 2007 Girls Day Out provided an outlet for participants to share stories about boyfriends, surviving cancer, powder days and life as a female skier.
Registration for events can be done on http://www.girlsdoski.comand is open to intermediate and expert female skiers ages 13-50. The cost for the Sun Peaks session is $95.00 and also Girls Day Out will offer event priced lift tickets for teens (13-18) and adult (19-50), and are available upon request.
The Girls Do Ski Company is the presenter of Girls Day Out events which is owned and operated by Leah Evans. Leah is a female big mountain skier and a native to Red Mountain ski resort, in Rossland B.C.Leah’s inspiration to form Girls Day Out came from being a competitor on the Canadian Freeskiing tour and a columnist for biglines.com (a snow riding community website). Having a direct relationship with the media and athletes she was exposed to the minimal media coverage and established programs there were for female big mountain skiers. Leah’s goal is to provide young females with anoutlet in which they can have access to female industry mentors and role models and for these girls to realize their full potential. Leah plans to expand Girls Day Out with the help of Rossignol and collaborate with musical talents and other female snowboarding camps next year. For further information about Leah and Girls Day Out events visit http://www.girlsdoski.com.