Nov 18, 2010

GIVEAWAY DAY 2 - Snowbird Lift Tickets, 20x30 Print, Skullcandy ($700!)

TODAY's GIVEAWAY: $700 worth!!


Today we will give away to THREE PEOPLE, so keep the nominations coming in.
FIRST NAME DRAWN:
20X30 Signed Print ("Mineral Basin from the Tram" - currently in Skiing Magazine)
+ 2 Snowbird Lift Tickets (Total value of $470)
SECOND NAME DRAWN: -New Photo/Video website from Smugmug (Pro Account - $150)
THIRD NAME DRAWN:  -Skullcandy Earbuds FMJ - ($70)







































Here's how you win:


1) Think of a start-up company or non-profit organization in the fitness, outdoor or sports industry for the Photo Shoot.
2) Write their name in the comments section of the daily giveaway (below).
3) Win cool gear!

Huge thanks to the Snowbird, Skullcandy and Smugmug

34 comments:

Landon said...

Aaron is a great trainer and also does some pretty cool trips for his clients.

http://www.chickenorpig.com/aaron_ogden_personal_trainer.html

Jake Spurlock said...

Check out the guys at Camofire.com, notably, my buddy Kendall Card.

Emiel said...
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Sue Workman said...

Ability Found is a locally based non-profit organization that provides medical and rehabilitation equipment free of charge to disabled children and adults who can not otherwise afford it. Great charity!!

www.abilityfound.org

George Loch said...

I actually do have a great recommendation. My wife has been training with Heath and Mahogany Thurston and they are excellent athletes and offer fantastic training services. Here is their blog: http://heaththurston.blogspot.com/

cmeek said...

shejumps.org - headed by pro skier Lynsey Dyer. They are hosting an avalanche training clinic at Alta on December 13th.

SHEJUMPS exists for three tiers of women with the intention of empowering the whole.

Those are: 1) Elite female athletes looking for a network 2.) Already actives looking for a community 3.) And never-evers, girls and women who would otherwise never have the chance to experience the benefits of an active outdoor lifestyle.

For elite level female athletes, we are a voice and a place to give back. We work to recognize the "jumps" (i.e. risks) women are taking to follow their passions and the accomplishments of those who are an inspiration to others. We also offer a network for girls and women looking to get into the sports industry with intentions of elevating females in sport and mainstream media. With the goal of offering young girls real role models, these athletes are often times called upon to be “coaches” in events that support the development of all women involved.

For already active women, we have groups all over the country getting together for everything from day ski tours to overnight canyoneering adventures. We welcome you to develop your own group and post your outings on our "Jump In!" page. From this group, we will ask for volunteers for events and activities that support our mission of increasing the participation of women in the outdoors.

For never-evers, we create activities and events that directly help those who might never otherwise have the chance to experience the benefits of challenging oneself in the outdoors.

C.S. said...

Tread Lightly!
http://www.treadlightly.org/
Utah Non Profit helping to educate citizens on being responsible and respectful outdoors.

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Rich Man said...

Take a look at Klymit, they are a small Utah company doing some unique things for outdoor gear. Their new argon-gas-filled sleeping pad is awesome, and weights almost nothing.

Photo Bug said...

Voile is a great local company that designs their own skis and boards

voileequipment.com

Traci said...

Chuck Stiggins - www.cscca.org

Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association

michele said...

splore is a nonprofit that does outdoor recreation trips/clinics for people with disabilities.

http://www.splore.org/

Weston said...

"Good Knight Games" (http://www.goodknightgames.biz/)
A local company that is fairly new. The owners (with support of their families) have put everything into getting this company going.

Cory Clark said...

Redline Races is a startup company that is run by some family friends. they focus on race directing and timing services throughout the mountain west. They are also trying to expand into clothing lines, focusing on essentials runners can't live without. They donate proceeds from each race charity organizations including, Childrens Hospital, Project Hope and the Livestrong foundations.

http://www.redlineraces.com/Redline_Races/Home.html

Erin Lenore said...

I second shejumps.org

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Ryan Watkins said...

Weber Pathways, http://www.weberpathways.org/

They build trails throughout Weber County for all ability levels. I know one volunteer who spends almost every Tuesday with his crew building trails. It's also about time you get up here and ride some of them

haoleglobetrotter said...

Atticus!
they keep outdoor enthusiasts going with coffee and tea all day everyday!

mblitch said...

How abo relay for life with the American Cancer Society. There is a team in Tampa called team gogo that could use help.

Elk Hunter said...

How about Mat Gover with EXL Fitness. He's a great trainer and takes time on a regular basis to not only train, but also to do adventurous outdoor activities with his trainees. He's awesome!

Jen Kelsey said...

Professional Therapies (www.professionaltherapies.com) specializes in pediatric physical therapy. These guys are wonderful (I’m a special educator working with early intervention). They are always helping parents and other therapists by offering free monthly webinars and consultations to people who need help. They specialize in providing therapy within the community (not a clinic setting), so yes fitness and yes outdoors! – just with children having special needs :)

Over the years they have developed a pediatric elbow brace called The Bamboo Brace that helps children with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities to improve their function and get moving. Amazing little product that can help SO many kids. They have just started marketing it this year and I know they could really use some professional help doing this!!

Jason said...

I nominate charity: water. Amazing organization. http://charitywater.org

Seth said...

Boy Scouts of America could benefit from your skills. For example, compare the Army, Navy etc campaigns from the years past to the great stuff they have now — BSA could equally benefit. I believe the president lives in SLC.

Also, what would your dream project be?
Maybe some of us could help pull some strings to get certain projects rolling for you.

Jason McGrew said...

http://www.athleterecoveryfund.com/

To provide professional athletes in BMX, FMX and Skateboarding with financial support after a severe injury and granting funds for rehabilitation, equipment, long-term disability and educational scholarships.

A wonderful program that has helped tons!

Justin Thorstrom said...

http://www.redrockrelay.com/

You won’t find a more scenic running adventure any where in the world. The Red Rock "snow to sun" journey begins at 11k feet on the Giant Steps Lift at Brian Head Ski Resort. It ends at 3k feet at the entrance to Zion National Park. What is in between? 180 miles of the most beautiful country you've ever set running shoes on. Take a tour through the site for maps, photos, and information.

Chase said...

Satch Skateboards - A new local company that produces skate decks and clothing, soon snowboarding gear http://www.facebook.com/pages/Satch/122442531106520

B.Doran said...
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B.Doran said...

Under Preshure .... recent startup screen printer company here in Salt Lake

Kevin Winzeler Photography said...

And the WINNERS are:

1) Jeffrey Gold - print & snowbird
2) mblitch - Smugmug site
3) Jason McGrew - Skullcandy

Congrats folks!

Keep your thinking caps on! Tomorrow will be the biggest day yet with over $1100 worth of goods. Great ideas so far!

Adam Coppola said...

Give a Bike: 50 State Tour

Biking through all 50 states on a charity ride to help give bikes to rehabilitating veterans and underprivileged youth. www.giveabike.com

Great idea Kevin!

Sambo said...

Let's be honest, there aren't that many great bars to eat on the go...until I found the Bonk Breaker.
www.bonkbreaker.com

I met the guy in Salt Lake and he has a cool story. If anything, anyone else reading these comments you now know there's an alternative.

Sambo said...

SaltCitySprints.com

These guys provide a great way to roller race and Todd is an up an coming bicycle frame builder.

Jennifer said...

GOALØ! Fantastic new company specializing in outdoor solar power/batteries and accessories for hardcore adventuring! (www.GOALØ.com) The company funds TIFIE a non-profit that does amazing work in the Congo!

Anonymous said...

wise not the one who knows a lot, but one whose knowledge is helpful =)