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Breckenridge to host 2008 National Brotherhood of Skiers

Daily Staff Report
Vail CO, Colorado

BRECKENRIDGE, CO – The Breckenridge Resort Chamber and the Breckenridge Ski Resort announced the selection of Breckenridge, Colorado to host the National Brotherhood of Skiers (NBS) – known as the largest winter sports organization in the United States – for their 2008 Annual Meeting and Challenge Cup (AMCC) to be held January 12-19.

The AMCC is the NBS biennial convention and fundraiser, which is expected to bring more than 1,000 individuals representing 77 clubs from across the country for this week-long winter sports event. The 2008 AMCC will be the cornerstone of the NBS 35th anniversary celebration.

The quaint Victorian mountain town of Breckenridge combined with the 2,300 acres of terrain that make-up Breckenridge Ski Resort will be the setting for all of the NBS annual convention events and activities including opening ceremonies, races, receptions, parties, annual and regional meetings, fundraisers and more.

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The NBS was founded in 1973 and chartered in 1974 by 13 African American ski clubs. Since that time, the organization has grown to over 77 clubs with a membership of more than 8,000 adults and youth.

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