FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 24, 2008Girls Do Ski and Rossignol announce True Colours Contest Winner!Girls Do Ski and Rossignol set out to find ladies who are staying true to there passion on and off skis. We created a contest for female skiers and had them submit one lifestyle photograph, one action photograph and a brief description of how they have stayed true to there passion. After 4 months and numerous entries received a panel of female industry personal deliberated that - Karley Denoon of Fernie, B.C., Canada, shone the brightest!Karley at 2007 Fernie girls day outPhoto Credit: Francois MarseilleRossland, B.C. (April 24, 2008) – The True colours contest was created in hopes of finding a female who amplified and showcased a level of commitment to something passionate and inspiring within her life. All submission where received electronically via http://www.girlsdoski.com , thus allowing an array of females from different backgrounds, geographical locations and age groups to enter the contest. Upon the contest closing date our judges went straight to work, sorting through the numerous applications. The judging panel included female figure heads from Rossignol, shejumps.com and other selected IFSA freeskiing tour competitors. With much deliberation Karley was crowned the True Colours finalist and winner of the extravagant prize package that included:Rossignol Skis Rossignol BindingsRossignol Hat Rossignol Soft shell Rossignol Shirt Oakley Stockholm Snow Goggles Oakley Sunglasses Interview on shejumps.com Thank you to all the females that participated in the True Colours contest, once again we would like to congratulate to Karley Denoon. To view Karley’s winning True Colours submission please visit http://www.girlsdoski.com. Media contact: Leah Evans                                                                               Director of Public Relations and Coordinator Girls Do Ski Telephone: (250) 512 1531                                                                 E-mail: leah@girlsdoski.com


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