Foundation
 

New England Snow Ball


Thursday, September 29, 2016
Royale Boston

279 Tremont St. 
Boston, MA 02116

For more information about the 2016 New England Snow Ball, please email Foundation@ussa.org
 
More details coming soon!
 

Event Sponsor Levels

Gold Medal Supporter – $25,000
Tax deductible $22,600 (ticket value per guest = $150)
16 event tickets with VIP access
Recognition during event program, on the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation and Snow Ball websites and two social media mentions

Silver Medal Supporter – $15,000
Tax deductible $13,200 (ticket value per guest = $150)
12 event tickets with VIP access
Recognition during event program, on the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation and Snow Ball websites and one social media mentions

Bronze Medal Supporter – $5,000
Tax deductible $4,250 (ticket value per guest = $150)
5 event tickets with VIP access
Recognition during event program, on the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation and Snow Ball websites
Limit of 2 Bronze Medal Supporter per purchaser

Individual Sponsor: $500
Tax deductible amount: $350
1 event ticket
Opportunity to purchase VIP for additional $150
Limit four per individual purchaser

Coach Ticket:  $500
Tax deductible amount: $350
One event ticket
Opportunity to purchase VIP for additional $150
Coaches Track Clinic
Limit four per individual purchaser

Club and Coach Development Track Clinic: $25
Club and Coach Development Track Clinic Only
Thursday, September 29
Tentative timing: 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Hotel Commonwealth
Does not include Snow Ball event ticket
The "Club and Coach Development Track" will officially count towards required USSA continuing education credits

Raffle Ticket: $75
Club and Academy Engagement Program - $50 for U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation and $25 for participating Club or Academy
Enter for your chance to win U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team goodies, which may include a USSA Gold Pass or VIP Experience at the 2017 Ladies World Cup in Killington, VT

 

Event Sponsors

Thank you to our generous 2015 event sponsors!

Gold Sponsors
The Macomber Family Foundation | Adage Capital Management | Putnam | Bob & Laura Reynolds |
Mike Krupka
 

Silver Sponsors
Paul Fremont-Smith | Wyc Grousbeck | Tom Karam 

 
Bronze Sponsors
Markit | Loon Race Team | Killington Mountain School | WVBBTS | Phill & Liz Gross | Proctor Academy |
YES | Joe Auerbach
 

Development Team Sponsors
Loon Freestyle | Thomas Niedermeyer | Ian Sanderson | CBRE | Andy McLane | Has Vitzthum | Sugarbush |
National Winter Sports Education | Wachusett Mountain | Cough Capital | Bank of America & Merrill Lynch |
Meg Reynolds & Skip McKee | George & Carrie Pantazelos | Franconia Ski Club | Turtle Ridge Foundation |
The Carney Family Foundation | Beckedorff - DiGangi Family | T2


Club Team 
Bradley Rauch | Homer Foundation | World Cup Supply | Greg & Gisela Bondick | Mastercam | Brett Batchelder | 
New York State Ski Racing Association

 

Event Committee

Event Chair:  Phill & Liz Gross* | Bob & Laura Reynolds*
Event Committee:  Brett Batchelder | Carolyn Beckedorff | Amanda Black | Jeff Crowley | Betsy Danziger | Jamie Fagan | Paul Fremont-Smith | Jon Gonthier | David Ingemie | Chip LaCasse | Dr. Karin Leschly |
Jory Macomber | Mark McKenna | Andy & Linda McLane* | Laird Pendleton | Eric Reddy | Armins Rusis* | Tiger Shaw | Edie Thys Morgan* | Ian Sanderson | Hans Vizthum | Trisha Worthington
*Trustee, U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation

 

Photos

Click here to see more photo's from the 2015 New England Snow Ball. 

 

 

 

Impact

USSA has a proud tradition of being supported by funding from generous Americans like YOU!

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)3 and proceeds from the New England Snow Ball will support athletes in all disciplines of the U.S. Ski Team, U.S. Snowboarding and U.S. Freeskiing, the only teams on the international circuit that receive no federal funding. More specifically, 100% of the monies raised will help fund year-round athlete training, competition, development and educational needs in the crucial years leading up to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. 

USSA provides leadership and direction for tens of thousands of young skiers and snowboarders who share an Olympic dream while maintaining a strong adherence to the core values of team, loyalty, integrity, respect, perseverance and accountability. No athlete becomes an Olympian on their own! It requires a network of dedicated coaches, teammates and supporters. 

Developed to prepare U.S. athletes for national and international competition, the USSA provides structure for competitive skiing and snowboarding. Over the course of an athlete's career, the USSA can provide up to $2 million of support through travel, coaching staff, sports science and medicine, education and rehabilitation.  This extraordinary tradition is shared with few countries in the world. We have created programs to match donations of all sizes. Just like every second, every step, and every shot counts in the Olympics, So does every contribution to our team. Thank you!