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Indy Pass Is Partnering With The Share Winter Foundation


Looking to bring more and more people to the mountains is something that can be supported by just about every snowsports and mountain sports enthusiast around. Today, Indy Pass announced a partnership with the Share Winter Foundation to provide complimentary Indy Spring Passes, marketing support, and fundraising for the grant-making organization.

The Share Winter Foundation works to help improve the lives, health, and fitness of youth through winter sports. Last season, the organization helped fund over 45,000 youth programs across the United States.

"Share Winter is thrilled to partner with Indy Pass and is grateful for this opportunity to provide access to the unique resorts within the Indy Pass family. Indy Pass's commitment to our mission, our programs, and our youth is a major step forward for our effort to create a more inclusive and welcoming snow sports community," said Constance Beverley, CEO Share Winter Foundation

A partnership that includes the Indy Pass will not only help in getting the next generation of snowsports enthusiasts on to the mountain, but it will also give the kids a chance to see mountains that are a little more off the beaten path. The Indy Pass partnered mountains are, as the name of the pass implies, independently owned and/or operated mountains that exist outside of the corporate mountain world.

“The snow sports community is working to diversify its audience to better match the makeup of Gen-Z and the US population in general. We believe that Share Winter has the right approach," said Doug Fish, Founder of the Indy Pass. "By introducing the joys of skiing and riding to kids across the country they are having a meaningful, positive impact on young lives and the sport.”

The Indy Pass allows for purchasers to ski for two days at 55 participating resorts across the United States and Canada. If one were able to hit all of the Indy Pass hills, that would be 110 days of skiing and riding all for $199 for adults or $99 for children.

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