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Contest offers Big White season package

ENCOMPASS Benefits and Big White partner to support local youth

Do you know an incredible young person between the ages of 13 to 17 who deserves to win a whole winter snowboarding or skiing up at Big White?

Big White Ski Resort has partnered with ENCOMPASS Benefits & HR Solutions to make one teenager’s dream come true this winter season with the ENCOMPASS Benefits Big White Ski Pass Contest.

The contest is nomination-based and designed to recognize youth that are in financial need and have made an effort to shine in their community.

The lucky winner can look forward to receiving an amazing Big White 2017/2018 season package including one youth season pass (2017/2018), bus pass, ski or snowboard equipment and a group lesson for the 2017/2018 season!

“Big White Ski Resort believes in making skiing and snowboarding accessible to everyone. As Canada’s Favourite Family Resort, we are proud to give this gift to one incredible young person in our community,” says Michael J. Ballingall, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Big White Ski Resort. “We hope that the winner will be able to develop a lifelong love affair with skiing and snowboarding.”

The contest began on November 1, 2017, and the nomination deadline is 11:59pm on December 3, 2017. One winner will be announced and contacted in early December. All nominees must meet the following criteria:

• Be between the ages of 13-17

• Have experienced skiing/snowboarding three or more times

• Show good character

• Demonstrate community commitment

• Have financial need

To nominate a youth, the nominator must fill out the nomination form and submit it by email to bigwhitecontest@encompassbenefits.com by December 3, 2017.

This is the third year that Big White Ski Resort and ENCOMPASS Benefits have partnered on the ENCOMPASS Benefits Big White Ski Pass Contest.

For more information about the contest, visit: http://www.encompassbenefits.com/news/big-white-ski-pass-contest-2017/

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