Mt. Borah Extends “Gear For A Year” Design Contest Deadline

FasterSkierSeptember 10, 2011

Coon Valley, WI. – Mt. Borah Custom Nordic has extended their “Gear For A Year” contest deadline from September 28th to November 28th. The new deadline will allow plenty of time for your team or club members to submit custom designs with the chance to win free custom Nordic team apparel for the upcoming season. It should be noted that there is no limit to the number of entries a team can submit, so encouraging everyone to participate will surely increase your chances to win. “Extending the contest deadline just made sense for us, all of our production is done in-house, so we are able to set aside the capacity to produce the suits and still deliver in time for the upcoming race season”, said John Dyste, national winter sports manager. Mt. Borah has also determined that it will allow all orders submitted before the deadline to be eligible for the contest, that winning team will simply receive a credit or refund on the items they have already ordered.

Gear For A Year is open to college, high school and junior nordic ski clubs across the US and Canada. Team members can review contest details and submit their exclusive designs at , both graphic design templates and easy sketch templates are available for quick download. On November 28th, Mt. Borah will announce the winning college, high school and junior nordic clubs. The winning teams will then work with Mt. Borah’s customer service department to determine sizing and other order details. For more information, please visit OR call 800-354-2825, M-F CST.

About Mt. Borah

In business since 1997, Mt. Borah has grown to become the premier manufacturer of high quality custom sublimated active apparel; including cycling, nordic, alpine, triathlon, running and corporate. All of Mt. Borah’s custom products are precision made at the company’s headquarters in Coon Valley, Wisconsin, where the latest technological advancements in apparel production are utilized. 


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