NSAA National Convention and Tradeshow, Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Arizona
Ascent360 will be headed to the NSAA National Convention in May! Are you interested in learning more about equipment, goods, safety, environment, and expanding the ski industry community? If so, then the NSAA National Convention and Tradeshow is the event for you or your company to attend. Learn about this ever changing business and how your company or brand can learn, adapt and grow to become a driving force within an industry so many are passionate about.
When: May 5-8, 2017
Where: Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, Arizona
If you plan on attending, please contact us for us to review our software with you, have a quick talk about what we could do for you, or to simply catch up over a cold beverage! We would be happy to fill you in on what we do for resorts like Mt. Hood, Wachussett and Stevens Pass, and how we could help you as well!
“The National Ski Areas Association is the trade association for ski area owners and operators. It represents 313 alpine resorts that account for more than 90 percent of the skier/snowboarder visits nationwide. Additionally, it has 414 supplier members who provide equipment, goods and services to the mountain resort industry.
NSAA analyzes and distributes ski industry statistics; produces annual conferences and tradeshows; produces a bimonthly industry publication and is active in state and federal government affairs. The association also provides educational programs and employee training materials on industry issues including OSHA, ADA and NEPA regulations and compliance; environmental laws and regulations; state regulatory requirements; aerial tramway safety; and resort operations and guest service.
NSAA was established in 1962 and was headquartered in New York, NY. In 1989 NSAA merged with SIA (SnowSports Industries America) and moved to McLean, Va. The merger was dissolved in 1992 and NSAA was relocated to Lakewood, Colo., because of its central geographic location. NSAA is located in the same office building as the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the National Ski Patrol in Lakewood, Colo., a suburb west of Denver.
The association’s primary objective is to meet the needs of ski area owners and operators nationwide and to foster, stimulate and promote growth in the industry. (NSAA.org)”