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2017 Antrim Ski Academy Ski Swap
November 25, 2017
November 24 & 25 • Grand Ballroom at The Lakeview Hotel
Summit Village • Shanty Creek Resorts
5780 Shanty Creek Road • Bellaire, MI 49615
The Antrim Ski Academy equipment & clothing sale is our biggest fundraiser
of the year and the proceeds go towards funding our scholarship program and helping to
support area high school ski teams.
Friday, November 24 • 5 – 8pm
Bring in your equipment and clothing for placement in Saturday’s sale. We will have experts on hand to help you price your items. Late check in will be available Saturday morning from 8 – 10am,
but we encourage you to utilize Friday nights check-in.
We accept downhill, cross country and snowboard equipment, ski racks, ice skates and roller blades. Bindings are accepted but must be mounted to a board. Clothing, accessories and helmets are also accepted. The club will only accept serviceable and sellable equipment. Please, no long straight skis. Antrim Ski Academy will take a 20% commission on all sold goods.
Saturday, November 25 • 9am – 5pm
We have lots of quality equipment available all day Saturday and have a good selection of kids skis and boots throughout the sale. If you can’t make it early, you will still have the opportunity to find some really good deals.
EQUIPMENT PICK UP
Saturday, November 25 • 5 – 6 pm
Any equipment not picked up will become the property of Antrim Ski Academy and may be disposed of. Sorry, no exceptions. We will mail out any checks that are not picked up.
PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT ARE USED FOR:
Funding 100% of our scholarship programs. Each season ASA accepts 10-15 scholarship students into our programs, at no cost to the scholarship recipients.
Purchase of new equipment for ASA, including gates, training gates, timers, etc.
Offsetting the costs of ski and snowboard clinics. The fees charged for most of our programs do not cover the direct costs of coaching and additional funds are required.
In exchange for assisting in running the swap, ASA donates a portion of the swap proceeds to area high school ski teams.