Win a free session to High Cascade Snowboard Camp

Erik & Bjorn Leines want to send you to High Cascade Snowboard Camp for the session of a lifetime.

CELTEK (Founded by Pro Snowboarders Erik & Bjorn Leines) and HCSC have had a long-standing partnership that goes back many years.  Erik and Bjorn started going to snowboard camp at the ages of 11 and 13.  Some of the most amazing times were had while snowboarding up at Mt. Hood, OR.  Being able to snowboard in the summer is an amazing experience with temperatures reaching up to 70°.

CELTEK has put together a Facebook contest that gives one lucky winner a free session to HCSC.  This will be your chance to ride with CELTEK team riders who spend a good amount of their summer shredding at High Cascade including: Chris Grenier, Dan Brisse, Ted Borland, Sam Taxwood, Griffin Seibert, Brandon Hobush & more. You may enter by submitting a photo of yourself wearing any pair of CELTEK gloves. Visit facebook.com/celtekclan for more information and to enter for your chance to win.

High Cascade Snowboard Camp is the perfect way to escape your summer boredom.  Don’t be a slacker and do what you normally do… Facebook and enter this amazing contest.

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