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Registration for Cutter’s Camp Fall Refresher Closes in a Week

SAM Magazine—West Dover, Vt., Oct. 25, 2017—Terrain park builders have until Nov. 1 to register for the few remaining spots still available for Cutter’s Camp Fall Refresher at Mount Snow, Vt., Nov. 6-8. This is the first time the event has taken place just before winter begins, and aims to provide campers with actionable lessons and best practices that can be applied to their park programs right away. 

“The new dates will provide us the opportunity to start the season with fresh energy, and get our newly-hired park teams the information they need to succeed," said Elia Hamilton, Peak Resorts director of freestyle terrain.

The Fall Refresher will feature the new “Terrain Park Pre-Season Game Plan” session, which will take campers through the in-depth, interactive scenario of pre-season preparation and management practices, all aimed at laying the groundwork for a successful season, starting from day one.

Other sessions include “Top 10 Terrain Park Risks,” “Strategic Park Planning,” “The Serious Business of Progression,” and many more. Plus, breakout PODS will cover several park-relevant topics, such as events, social media, snow science and snowmaking, and vehicle maintenance.

“We’ve lined up a tremendous roster of experts from a variety of fields who will share their knowledge with participants, all with the goal of improving and growing everyone’s park program,” said SAM publisher Olivia Rowan. “Equally as valuable as the educational sessions is the constant collaboration among terrain park pros in attendance. That has been the hallmark of Cutter’s Camp for the last 15 years.”

Registration is all-inclusive of lodging, meals, sessions and workshops, drink tickets, networking activities, and a welcome bag. A limited number of spots are still available. Registration closes Nov. 1.

To see all the session highlights, schedule-at-a-glance, and to register for Cutter’s Camp Fall Refresher at Mount Snow, visit www.cutterscamp.com

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