Perfect Moments of Shred: A Photo Fundraiser for the A-Rob Plant a Seed Foundation

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Join us Thursday, September 29th at the Bomb Snow World Headquarters for an amazing night of snowboarding-inspired photography as we celebrate “Perfect Moments Of Shred,” a fundraiser for the A-ROB Plant A Seed Foundation.

The show will feature a curated collection of iconic images from snowboarding’s most esteemed photographers that have never been available for public purchase. This limited edition series features work by internationally respected shooters: Jeff Curtes, Frode Sandbech, Andy Wright, Matt Georges, Jenna Low and Scott Serfas, just to name a few.

Proceeds from the event will help support the recently launched A-ROB Plant A Seed Foundation, a Whitefish-based, non-profit started after Aaron Robinson’s untimely death while snowboarding in Chile this past summer. The Foundation will help carry out Aaron’s dream of providing financially disadvantaged children the opportunity to experience and develop their own passion and love for snowboarding.

Join us from 6-11pm on Thursday, September 29th at 410 N. Broadway (next door to the Bozeman Brewery). Dress up attire (left to your interpretation) is encouraged. A silent auction including a YES board and Spark R&D bindings will be held during the show as well.

Thanks to all of our generous sponsors: Volcom, Airblaster, Spark R+D, Jeff Hawe Photography, Mystery Ranch, Bomb Snow, World Boards, YES and K2 Snowboards.

For more info check out: BombSnow.com

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