Mt Buller gets behind its local talent
MT BULLER is thrilled to expand their ambassador program in 2014 to support developing ski and snowboarding talent.
Mt Buller will provide free access to the mountain for 12 exciting young skiers and snowboarders this season to compliment the hard work and commitment of everyone at Team Buller Riders (TBR) and Transition Snowboarding Camps (TSC).
Buller Ski Lifts communications manager David McNamara said it was a pleasure to play a part in the development of these exciting young athletes and continue the legacy of the ambassador program.
“Mt Buller is blessed with so much young talent and we are very excited to help them develop their promising careers.
“We will be working with all of them through the current season and will assist with building their media profiles and sourcing PR opportunities for these athletes,” Mr McNamara said.
Mt Buller will also work closely with their Olympic athletes and other professionals who call the mountain home.
“We have once again reached out to athletes at the next level and we are thrilled to be working with senior ambassadors, Lauren Staveley (Snowboard Cross), Emily Bamford (Ski Racer), Mitchell Gourley (Paralympian Skier), Michael Rishworth (Ski Racer), Katya Crema (Ski Cross) and Robbie Walker (Slopestyle) in 2014.
“There really is such a rich vein of skiing and snowboarding talent that calls Mt Buller home and it is our responsibility to ensure they get the support they need to achieve their individual goals.”