Bagjump joins Tailgate Alaska as an official partner

Bagjump is proud to announce their sponsorship of Flow Tailgate Alaska 2012!  Tailgate Alaska in Valdez is the ultimate ski and snowboard destination and it deserves the ultimate down day activity.  Enter Bagjump, the world’s leader in impact absorbing technology.

Tailgate Alaska has been at the forefront of progression in the world of skiing and snowboarding; at Bagjump, nourishing the progression of action sports is in our DNA.  For this reason, our new partnership with Tailgate Alaska is a natural fit.  Tailgate Alaska founder, Mark Sullivan, quotes, "Bagjump will give us the best down day activity we have ever had.  We are stoked to have it available to Tailgate Alaska participants."

Bagjump Action Sports is operated by life long snowboarders, who are devoted to supporting all aspects of the sport.  Bagjump CEO, Martin Rasinger, quotes, "We, at Bagjump, understand and respect the sacrifice of all athletes dedicated enough to make the journey to Alaska.  Bagjump is grateful for the opportunity to support an event that caters to these adventures and tenacious athletes."

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