On February 28, 2019

Resort offers volunteers free lift tickets

Killington Resort will host the sixth annual Slash & Berm Burton Snowboards event March 8-10.

Snowboarders will gather at Killington’s Stash terrain park to take advantage of the natural terrain and all the creative elements the mountain has to offer to benefit the Burton Chill Foundation.

The action will start on Friday with a Shop Team Invite Only, banked slalom event. Shops will enter teams to compete for the Slash & Berm Banked Slalom title. Saturday’s event is open to all snowboarders and will be timed individually.

The action continues on Sunday with the newly formed Grom Bomb event to take place at the Mini Stash on Ramshead.

The resort is offering volunteers a free lift ticket to Killington/Pico for every shift they work. Lift tickets earned are valid one year from the date they are received. Lunch will be provided for each shift worked. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.

Volunteer opportunities include registration, gate checkers – outdoor job and runners – outdoor job.

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