RAMP Sports launches new website for 2013/14

RAMP Sports is debuting a brand new site for the 13/14 season, geared towards making the task of buying the perfect board a much easier one.

“When we set out to build our new site we realized that most of outdoor industry companies sites are either informational or sales driven and we needed both,” said Mike Kilchenstein, Founder and CESnow of RAMP Sports. “With this in mind we set out to build a site that not only tells the story of RAMP Sports, but also helps you build a complete gear package for the upcoming winter season.”

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For more on RAMP Sports and their revamped site, check out the press release below:

Park City, UT (September 13, 2013)– RAMP Sports is pleased to announce the launch of its new website for the upcoming winter sports buying season. The new site has been designed from the ground up to enhance the shopping experience and help tell the story of RAMP Sports in a more experiential manner.

The website is the result of a collaboration between Park City, Utah, based Flint Digital and RAMP’s in-house designer and Creative Director Polly Hopkins. The new site, optimized for mobile/tablet browsing, will allow users to create complete ski or snowboard packages with a choice to add on bindings, poles, or helmets, increasing the discount offered with each additional purchase added.

“We’re really exited to have a new site that allows our customers to learn more about RAMP, while at the same time making it easier to shop, especially from a mobile or tablet device,” said Polly Hopkins, Creative & Marketing Director of RAMP Sports. “It was a great experience to be able to collaborate with Flint Digital to continue RAMP’s commitment to the local community and economy and we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.”

The website, which is now live can be found at www.RAMPSports.com where you can also find their complete line of ’13/’14 U.S.-made skis and snowboards for sale.

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