Cutter's Camp Opens Registration...And Celebrates 10th Anniversary

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01/18/2012

SAM Magazine-Woodbury, Conn., Jan. 18, 2012-Terrain parks have come a long way over the past decade and Cutter's Camp has been at the forefront of this movement by creating a program where best practices are shared, technology discussed, and ideas exchanged. But freestyle terrain is ever-changing and improving, so we still have much to discuss. To that end, Cutter's Camp has opened registration for both of this year's sessions, at Mount Snow, Vt., April 2-6, and Timberline, Mt. Hood, Ore., May 14-18. Space will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is processed on SAM's website at www.cutterscamp.com

For the past ten years, Cutter's Camp has created an open dialogue on freestyle terrain and provided a resource where terrain park managers and staff can get together and discuss park safety, risk management, design, construction, machinery, marketing, events, operations and management. A big part of Cutter's has always been the sharing of information between resorts from around the world. The Camp is based on the belief that, whatever a resort's budget, equipment, or snow conditions, the key to a safe and successful park is to have knowledgeable, informed and well-trained staff.

The Camp at Timberline Lodge offers a one-of-a-kind location on Mt. Hood, open year-round with a team committed to being on the cutting edge of freestyle terrain development. The Camp at Mount Snow/Carinthia offers a central northeast location with the same level of dedication to freestyle terrain. The Mount Snow Camp will use Carinthia's five parks, superpipe, extensive snowmaking and machinery to guarantee a quality program both on and off the hill.

2012 Camp highlights include:
• Park Managers Round Table
• Park Operator 101
• Latest Tools and Trends to Plan, Design and Budget Your Parks'
• Risk Management and Liability: Past, Present and Future Trends
• Demos of the latest grooming machines and BagJump
• and much more.

Sponsors of this year's Camp include Destoy Terrain Parks, Bag Jump Action Sports, Burton, HKD Snowmakers, PistenBully, Prinoth, Skull Candy, and Wells Fargo Special Risks.

Join us for an informative, eye-opening program.

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