Mt Buller gets be­hind its lo­cal talent

Alpine News - - On The Slopes -

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.”

PHOTO: Buller Ski Lifts

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