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Vail Snow Daze hosts third annual Snow Jam Under the Lights Dec. 10

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VAIL, Colorado Vail Snow Daze will host its third annual Snow Jam Rail Jam Under the Lights Dec. 10 at Golden Peak base area on Vail Mountain. The Snow Jam competition will commence at 4 p.m. with the SOS Outreach Open Jam, followed by the Finals Pro-Am Jam with invited professional riders and the top riders from the SOS Open Division competing for a share of the $3,000 cash purse. Public registration for the SOS Open is now available online at http://www.vailsnowdaze.com and open to riders of all ages of intermediate and above ability and features both male and female ski and snowboard divisions. This years Snow Jam has really been ramped up, said Jeff Brausch of Highline Sports & Entertainment. With SOS Outreach on-board this Snow Daze event, were thrilled to open the competition to include amateur riders. Its going to be a perfect mix of amateur and pro riders.The Snow Jam entry fee is only $20 in advance and is now open to the public online at http://www.vailsnowdaze.com. On-site entry is $25 and opens to the public at 3 p.m. on event day with entry capped at 75 competitors. All entry fees benefit SOS Outreach, a Vail-based non-profit with the mission to build character and self-esteem in youth through snowsports. Snow Jam is free for spectators and is a full sensory experience with thousands of free give-aways, fire spinners, live DJs Bobby Collins and Peter Blick, a viewing of the Warren Millers Directors Cut as well as food and beverage service. Next Wednesday is going to be an action-packed night, said James Deighan of Highline. With a $3,000 purse, the Snow Jam comp will be wildly exciting and with all the music, Warren Miller film and tons giveaways, the crowd will have non-stop entertainment. For more information, visit http://www.vailsnowdaze.com.


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