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Big Bear Mountain Resorts offers free rentals in January
Published on Tue, Jan 15, 2013 (1:33 p.m.)Big Bear Mountain Resorts offers FREE rentals in January
Learn to Ski or Snowboard at Snow Summit & Bear Mountain
(Big Bear Lake, CA – January 15, 2013) –January is National Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month! As Southern California’s Learning Headquarters and in conjunction with NSAA’s Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month, Snow Summit and Bear Mountain are offering FREE rentals to first time skiers and snowboarders ages 8 and older, with the purchase of a beginner lesson package.
“Learning to ski and snowboard creates unforgettable experiences as well as develops confidence and skills,” says Chris Riddle, Vice President of Marketing at Big Bear Mountain Resorts. “We are offering free rentals in January to encourage those that have yet to try skiing and snowboarding to get out and have fun on the slopes.”
Big Bear Mountain Resorts offers a variety of lesson options including parent and child group lessons, all-day camps or personal private lessons. With beginner lessons and packages beginning at $59, learning to ski and snowboard has never been more affordable!
• The “BIG” Deal - Valued up to $248!
• 2 and 4-Hour Value Packages
Guests can find lesson prizes on Bear Mountain’s Facebook and Twitter as well as Snow Summit’s Facebook and Twitter throughout the month! Lesson reservations are required. Book now online.
About BBMR – Real Snow. Real Close. Real Deal.
Big Bear Mountain Resorts (BBMR) includes Snow Summit and Bear Mountain. Together, BBMR has the region’s most progressive terrain parks, most dependable snow conditions, the largest full-service learning programs and a multitude of premier services – just a tank of gas away roundtrip from most areas in Southern California. For more information, please visit www.bigbearmountainresorts.com. BBMR is an equal opportunity service provider operating under a San Bernardino National Forest special use permit.
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