Bay Area Snow Park One Step Closer To A Reality

Bay Area Snow Park One Step Closer To A Reality


Bay Area Snow Park One Step Closer To A Reality


Bay Area Snow Park has launched a Kickstarter campaign to make skiing in the Bay Area a reality. Here is more on what they are hoping to achieve.

Letter to our supporters,

It is with great excitement I present the Bay Area Snow Park for your consideration. Bay Area Snow Park is revolutionary idea in the snow sports industry.This page proposes a preliminary framework to the supporters of this campaign toward the achievement of a common goal.

The Bay Area Snow Park Project will attract millions of Bay Area residents and Tourists.The project has tremendous growth potential -evidenced by social media attention and over 25 thousand unique visitors on our social media network history.With our community support, we have identified an ideal site in San Jose and we will present for the City Council’s review.

Our proposal has sound fiscal management, self-sustainable development of a community snow park.The snow park will attract families in California and tourists from all over the world to San Jose. San Jose Snow Park integrates with the City’s expansion policy of recreational activities at Singleton Property.In summary, San Jose Snow Park will bring investment, profits, increased business revenues, and family activities to the City of San Jose.

We anticipate $1 million and $18 million for project completion, including retail and restaurant sites in our stretch goal. The project is sized to the amount of funding raised from this crowd-source funding campaign. With the support of the City of San Jose and the millions of snow sport enthusiasts we will bring this project to life. The business model is setup to return a percentage of profit back to local high schools through college scholarship awards for the winner of our after school ski programs, demonstrating our commitment to partnering with local schools.

I would like to dedicate this project to the supporters of local snow sports. Please join me supporting implementation of Bay Area Snow Park in 2014.

Martin Benik


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GOAL:   Raise funding through the community to show support for building a Snow School in San Jose.

How big will the slope be?

The size of the park will be dictated by the amount money we raise! We can build a small park or larger and set the standard for the nation.

$1MM approx. 25,000sqft of slope ~200ft long and ~100ft wide.

$4MM approx. 90,000sqft slope ~400ft long and ~200ft wide.

$10MM approx 150,000sqft slope ~ 650 long and ~200ft wide.

Our stretch goal:

$18MM approx 200,000sqft slope ~800 long and ~220ft wide.

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