Entrants will be asked to submit an essay and explain in 500 words or less, what sets their classroom or group apart from other programs, why they feel their group should win and what they envision doing if they received the snowshoes.
“We’re excited to provide these organizations with the necessary tools and resources to get youngsters out on the snow during the winter,” said Sarah Rose, marketing manager, Tubbs Snowshoes.
Snowshoeing, one of the most accessible winter sports, is ideal for getting kids and teens outside when cooler weather sets in. “It’s important to stay active in the wintertime and snowshoeing is great option because it’s as simple as walking, and it’s a fun way to explore the snow,” said Rose.
In exchange for the snowshoes and programming, Tubbs will ask the winning organizations for a monthly trip report throughout the winter to share with the Tubbs community.
For specific details on the essay topic, winner selection and how to submit a contest entry please click here (http://news.tubbssnowshoes.com/
Note: Contest only applicable to public or private schools and outdoor outreach non-profit, youth related organizations, elementary and middle school aged kids preferred. Each organization must be able to submit a Tax ID number.
About Tubbs Snowshoes
Tubbs Snowshoes is a leading manufacturer of lightweight, versatile snowshoes for men, women and children with patented binding and crampon systems that simplify and enhance performance for backcountry exploration, day hiking, and trail walking. Founded in 1906, Tubbs Snowshoes is recognized as the sport's pioneer with a heritage of technological innovation, and market development initiatives that promote winter adventure, exercise and family fun, including Tubbs Romp to Stomp out Breast Cancer Series®, Tubbs TrailNet®, and Tubbs Winter Fit for Kids programs. Tubbs is a member of the K2 Sports family of world-leading wintersports and outdoor recreational brands. For more information about Tubbs’ product line, calendar of events, and great places to snowshoe, visit www.tubbssnowshoes.com.