ENews from www.nsp.org 12/04/2002
Here's The Deal
NSP members can now benefit from the first wave of professional pricing offer from Elan, Dolomite, Moore Medical, and Rudy Project Technical Eyewear. Login to NSP Member Services; you'll find a 'Promotional Offers' link on the left-hand column under Member Services. Click on this link to see the latest offerings from NSP suppliers.
Subaru VIP Program Goes Online.
Getting member pricing on any model new, unused Subaru has never been easier. You can now apply to the Subaru VIP Program directly through the NSP website. Login to NSP Member Services; you'll find a 'Promotional Offers' link on the left hand column under Member Services. Click on that link and you'll find information about how to take advantage of this outstanding member benefit.
Tracking your vertical?
The new Suunto S6 graphs your daily vert, so you can better analyze your days on snow. Plus, S6 tracks per run speed in miles per hour---all in a new, easy-to-use format and smaller size. For product details click on the Snow Sports section of www.suunto.com. The Suunto S6 is available through the NSP Winter Catalog print and online catalogs.
Are You Avvy Savvy?
The National Avalanche Foundation will conduct the 18th National Avalanche School, October 26-31, 2003 at the Reno Hilton, Reno, Nevada. Long known for its' comprehensive curriculum, the school offers instruction by the nation's top avalanche professionals. This course lasts six days and is only held every other year, so don't miss out. Start planning now to attend next year's school. Visit www.avalancheschool.org for more information, or call (303) 987-1111.
Couloir Magazine is extending special pricing to NSP members: $5 off the regular
subscription rate of $15. That is a 60% savings off the cover price for a full-season
of Couloir (five issues). Login to NSP Member Services; you'll find a 'Promotional
Offers' link on the left hand column under Member Services. This will get you
to the details of Couloir's offer.
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