Proceeds benefit the High Fives Foundation; a Tahoe-based 501(c)(3) non-profit supporting injured winter action sports athletes and CHARITYSMITH
(Truckee, Calif.) — High Fives Non-Profit Foundation and CHARITYSMITH will present the Squaw Valley Prom, Saturday, February 23, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. The event will take place at Squaw Valley’s Olympic House, in Olympic Valley, Calif. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the event.
Bust out your Zink sunscreen, beachwear and spring break attire as the Squaw Valley Prom drops in 1990s spring break style.
“The High Fives Foundation knows how to put the FUN into the word fundraiser,” said J.P. Lagos, Heckler Magazine.
Purchase your tickets today for the premier High Fives Foundation event of the season before it sells out. Tickets will be sold through February 23 at www.squawvalleyprom.com for $100 per couple and $200 stag (single).
The event will feature world-class musical entertainment, a GoPro video booth, a bigtruck Headwear “Sew on Site” store, an Image Factory photo booth, and a costume contest for the best-dressed “radical 1990s spring break attire.”
The multi-level event will include two DJ sets featuring world-class entertainers wearing the latest KOSS headphones. During the event, headliner DJ Chris Clouse with Ryan Lucero, special guests Carlo, The Silver Boombox Thief and DJ Trick Master Fly will bring the heat to the1990s Spring Break theme.
“The Squaw Valley Prom is hands down the best party to hit Squaw Valley since the 1960 Winter Olympics,” said Clayton Kenney, Red Bull, Portland (OR).
A marquee event for the High Fives Foundation, the Squaw Valley Prom is entering its ninth year and has seen tremendous growth and exposure since its inception.
To date, the High Fives Foundation has assisted 34 athletes from 10 states in eight respective funding categories which include: living expenses, insurance, travel, health, healing network, adaptive equipment, winter equipment, programs and stoke (positive energy, outlook and attitude).
Thank you to the very generous and supportive sponsors: Title sponsors: GoPro, KOSS Headphones and Squaw Valley.
Presenting Sponsors: Red Bull (official non-alcoholic beverage) and Coors Light (official adult beverage).
Supporting Sponsors: bigtruck Brand, Volkl Skis, Northwestern Mutual - Ryan Williams and Dress the Part(y).
About the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation: High Fives Foundation is a Tahoe-based 501.c.3 non- profit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for athletes who have suffered a life- altering injury while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community. Formed as a way to “pay-it-forward” by the founder from his own recovery to help injured athletes, the Foundation has helped 34 athletes to date since its inception in 2009, more information visit www.highfivesfoundation.org
National Society of Memorial Funds is a public charity based in Menlo Park, California. Established in 1994, CHARITYSMITH serves to provide an efficient framework for the creation and administration of memorial funds. www.CHARITYSMITH.org
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