Celebrate International Ski Patrol Day (2/10/2022)

Celebrate International Ski Patrol Day (2/10/2022)

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Celebrate International Ski Patrol Day (2/10/2022)

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Credit: Helly Hansen

Helly Hansen is inviting all winter sports lovers to recognize their local ski patrol members for International Ski Patrol Day tomorrow, February 10th.

They are asking for all to post to their social channels using #skipatrolday to spread the positivity and thanks for the hardworking patrollers across the country.

Helly Hansen will also donate 5% of all online sales from February 10th-February 14th to various ski patrol organizations across the globe.

I’m all for recognizing ski patrollers for their hard-work, so posting about Helly’s International Ski Patrol Day was a no-brainer. We simply couldn’t have modern ski resorts without the blood, sweat, and tears of ski patrollers.

They put their lives on the line so that we can enjoy sliding on snow. The least we can do is recognize them for a day with a nice post on our social feeds.

You can learn more about International Ski Patrol Day here.

Check out the full press release and details from Helly Hansen below!

Helly Hansen Celebrates Ski Patrollers Worldwide on International Ski Patrol Day 2022

Inviting all mountain-goers to honor and recognize their local ski patrol 

Seattle, WA (February 7, 2022) – On February 10, 2022, Helly Hansen, the global ski and outdoor brand  trusted by professionals, will take part in the first annual International Ski Patrol Day to recognize ski patrollers  and their extraordinary work to keep resorts open, safe and fun for people of all ages and skill levels. All  mountain-goers are encouraged to come together on this day and show their appreciation for patrollers; from  sharing a high-five or a pizza to Thank You messages and donations, there’s endless opportunities on how to  celebrate International Ski Patrol Day. 

“Helly Hansen is proud to outfit over 55,000 professionals globally, including ski patrollers and skiers, and we  see International Ski Patrol Day as an opportunity to say, ‘thank you’ to all patrollers for their dedication to  keeping people safe on the mountain,” says Brady Barry, US Marketing Manager at Helly Hansen. “We’re  excited to see the outpouring of appreciation from skiers and snowboarders from all around the world.” In support of ski patrollers everywhere, Helly Hansen will donate 5% of all its e-comm sales from February 10-14,  2022, to various ski patrol organizations internationally.

Helly Hansen encourages you to share how you are celebrating ski patrollers through your own social channels  on ISPD using #skipatrolday and visit https://www.hellyhansen.com/ski-patrol to learn more about how to  participate in the inaugural International Ski Patrol Day.

Featured Image Credit: FACEBOOK/Helly Hansen

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