Consistently reviewed as the top snowsports app in the country and called the “Frankenstein of all snow apps” by ESPN Freeskiing. SNOCRU allows users to meet and find friends in real time on the hill, view global snow forecasts, record runs vertical and speed, and find local restaurants, ATMs and even hospitals.
Download the free SNOCRU app and SNOCRU will donate $1 to Protect Our Winters for each new user December 3rd to December 9th.
To download the app and donate to Protect our Winters go to:
SNOCRU For iPhone
SNOCRU For Google
“Protect Our Winters is the perfect partner for SNOCRU,” explains founder Ed Lewis. “With the vitality of the SNOCRU community it makes perfect sense to support and share the POW message which is all about climate change and the impact diminishing snowpack has on all people skiers, riders and non-participants alike.”
“POW is excited to partner with SNOCRU and looking forward to connecting with their network,” comments Chris Steinkamp, Executive Director for Protect Our Winters. “As we enter the 2012- 2013 season we are encouraged by the energy emerging brands have in terms of working with POW and helping to educate consumers on the impacts of climate change and how crucial winter recreation sports are to our economy and watershed.”
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