Rock star snow, rock star parking

Now is your chance to ski like a rock star at Whitewater Ski Resort.

Now is your chance to ski like a rock star.

On Friday the doors will open to the greatest snow on earth as Whitewater Ski Resort officially opens for the season. And for the first time in history, Whitewater is raffling off a Rock Star parking spot right in front of the day lodge.

As the winner, you will experience the luxury and prestige of cruising up to the front of the line every morning and slipping into your specially marked, reserved Rock Star parking spot. Just put your boots on and rip it up. If you want to hit the snooze button or savour another latte, indulge yourself. The Rock Star parking spot will be held for you until 12:30 p.m. every single day.  Now that’s celebrity status.

And just like a real rock star, you get the satisfaction of helping to support two great causes. One hundred per cent of the proceeds will go the Whitewater Ski Team and Avalanche Awareness Beyond the Boundaries.

What are the odds? Stupendous. Only 2,000 tickets are available as this offer is exclusive to season pass holders. Tickets are $10 each and available for purchase at the Whitewater downtown office on Victoria Street or up at the lodge where you are going to be all weekend, skiing like a rock star.

 

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