Cheers to 10 Years of SNOW!

Cheers to 10 Years of SNOW!

Please join us in celebrating our 10 year anniversary of SNOW Operating.  It was in 2013 that Hession Designs transitioned to become SNOW Operating and kicked off an exciting decade of growth.

“When I started this company I could only have dreamed about where it would go and the many amazing individuals and teams we’d get to collaborate with.  To everyone who played a part in SNOW Operating’s formation and growth over the years, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.  Our mission is to enhance the lives of our team, guests and partners by building lasting connections.  I know you have all enhanced my life, and I hope we have done the same for you.  We will keep living our mission into the next decade and beyond, and I can’t wait to see what the next 10 years hold.” said Joe Hession Founder of SNOW Operating and CEO of SNOW Partners.

SNOW Operating was founded with the desire to help grow the ski and snowboard industry.  Since its start SNOW Operating has worked with more than 60 resort teams around the world, helped to introduce hundreds of thousands of new participants to the sports through Terrain Based Learning®, helped in the design of skis and snowcats, started or acquired 4 additional companies, and forged countless personal connections.

“We are tremendously grateful to our resort partners who so graciously have allowed us to collaborate with their teams over the years. Together we have grown our businesses and our industry, by creating friction-free experiences that truly capture the fun of our sports.” said Eric Lipton, COO of SNOW Operating.

We will be celebrating our anniversary at the NSAA National Convention and Tradeshow next week in Savannah, GA.  For those who will be in attendance, we invite you to stop by our booth to share a drink or a story with us.  For all those that we’ve worked with who won’t be in attendance, we hope to hear from you soon, and send you all a very heartfelt thank you for parts you have played in our journey so far.


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