The Queen Bee of fashion production and a ski bunny herself Kathy Benharris will be bringing the runway back to the expo by popular demand.
With 40,000 plus snow obsessed industry folks from around the country piling into the Seaport Area this week to catch all the latest resort deals and will also have the opportunity to see this seasons coolest slope style.
Benharris productions will once again be hosting multiple runway shows each day of the expo featuring brands like; Obneyer, Volkl, Scott, Spyder, Marmot and more. This is a can’t miss opportunity to get first hand styling tips for the weekend getaways to cozy up or meet someone new all thanks to the style you picked up from a winter outfit expert. You can visit www.skisnowexpo.com click on “Boston” to view a daily schedule for the runway action.
The 35th Annual Boston.com Ski & Snowboard Expo is where winter dreams come true. Skiers and snowboarders may not have gotten their “fix” of winter last year, but like any sports fan, there is a “wait’ll next year” optimism that has winter lovers ready to surge to the slopes this season. Expo boasts the best deals of the new winter. It kicks off on Nov. 10 and runs through Nov. 13 at Boston’s Seaport World Trade Center. The big event is presented by Subaru of New England. Boston.com Ski & Snowboard Expo has been produced for 35 years by BEWI Productions, Waltham, Mass. For a live-action video, click on www.skisnowexpo.com.
NEW Retail Support: Metro Boston retailer Country Ski & Sport has moved into the forefront with a huge pop-up store inside the Expo hall. It’s the perfect place to kick off the holiday shopping season. Country Ski & Sport has stores in Quincy, Westwood, and Hanson, Mass.
NEW Aerial Extravaganza: Flippenout, Boston’s own extreme trampoline show, takes center stage at this year’s Expo. Performances are scheduled throughout Expo’s four-day run, presented by the NFL and Killington Resort.
NEW Mountain Activity Center will incorporate the popular Slackers Slackline Demo and Competition arena, and energetic fun and games for youngsters of all ages.
NEW hours: In honor of the Veterans’ Day holiday, on Friday, Nov. 11, the Expo has expanded hours, with doors opening at 10 a.m.
Thursday, Nov. 10: 3-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11: 10 a.m.- 10 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 12: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Admission: $15 adults; Under 12 FREE. Paid admission includes one-year subscription to SKI or Skiing magazine plus a $10 gift card from Liftopia. Discounted tickets are available online at www.skisnowexpo.com and through the Boston Globe
Hundreds of ski resort and travel companies will be offering Expo-only specials and giveaways plus a range of lift tickets, season pass and vacation packages at some of the best prices of the coming winter. Tune into Twitter: https://twitter.com/BOSkiSnowExpo daily the week of Expo and discover the many specials that abound at Expo.
Expect hours of entertaining action, from athletic exhibitions to musical performances and interactive fun centers. Children-centric activities include kids’ learn-to-ski/snowboard arenas, games and entertainment.
Expo is the place to shop for winter savings andgives a whole new meaning to the word “deals,” including skis and snowboards, boots and bindings, to clothing and accessories. Expo exhibitors offer up shopping surprises down every aisle to kick off holiday gift buying. New England Patriots fans will find all the logo gear they could want at a special NFL booth in the Expo hall.
Fashion and aerial trampoline shows plus musical performances of top regional groups scheduled regularly every day and evening.
Ski businesses based in the greater Boston metro area that are having an impact on local economies AND on the snowsports business nationally, even internationally.
Nordic demo cross country skiing and snowshoeing plus laser rifle biathlon simulator.
Kids’ learn-to-ski and snowboard arenas by Waschusett Mt. and Burton Snowboards.
Fitness fun challenge conducted by Olympian Doug Lewis.
Slackline demo area, competition and fun zone for kids of all ages.