Monthly Archives: July 2017

Press Release: Ascent360 Helps New Skiers Fall In Love With The Sport

Golden, CO, July 14th, 2017Ascent360 today announces how its Customer Data Platform (CDP) is helping ski areas across the country better connect with and convert more new skiers into lifetime season pass holders.  “Ascent360 allows us to jump into the customer marketing deep end,” said Tony Hickok, director of marketing for the 2017 conversion cup award winner Mission Ridge Ski Area in Wenatchee, Washington.  Ascent360’s customer-data-driven platform was ideal for Mission Ridge to quickly launch and scale the mountain’s customer-first Freedom Pass, offering an unprecedented learn to ski/ride program value with unlimited beginner lessons, lift access and rentals.  “It’s not an easy feat to create a culture of skiing for beginners, you must take calculated risks and place strong bets and that’s exactly what Ascent360 empowered our team to do with Freedom Pass.  Freedom Pass was developed to directly address and overcome four of the main factors that limit new skiers; cost, know-how, fear, and gear.  Ascent360 was the perfect automated marketing platform to help us reach out and speak to customers in the right manner, at the right time and with the right message.”

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Outdoor Retailer Coming to Our City in 2018!

Outdoor Retailer Moving to Denver in 2018

It’s an exciting time in the outdoor world in Denver! Outdoor Retailer announced the move of their tradeshow events from Salt Lake City, UT to Denver, CO in 2018. The show is contracted to be here for 5 years but will most likely last longer. The three shows will include OR + Snow Show on January 25-28, Summer Market on July 23-26, and Winter Market on November 8-11.

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Intern Spotlight: Michael Loyd

 Please join us in welcoming Michael Loyd to the Ascent360 team as our Summer Intern!

We are thrilled to welcome Summer Intern, Michael Loyd to the Ascent360 team! Michael currently attends the University of Oregon and is double-majoring in International Studies and Japanese and minoring in Business. His drive and ambition lead to him to become the captain and VP of the University of Oregon’s swim club where he plans recruitment and team building activities. Additionally, Michael is part of the business fraternity and plans to study abroad in Japan next year.

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