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We can't wait till tomorrow's World Cup game. Go USA! Show your support with a +1! +U.S. Soccer 
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So who wants to win a new RAMP bamboo longboard? SLUG Mag and RAMP are giving one away. You have till Friday to enter! #bamboolongboard   #madeinUSA  
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In this week's "Ask Mike" blog, our president answers the question, "How green is RAMP?" 
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Psssst, our 30-foot upcycled Yeti has something to say. #highaltitudehappiness   #earthday2014  
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Congrats to RAMP athlete Nadia Gonzales for her 1st place at USASA Nationals. Maddie Bowman spying from the side...gold medal on Nadia. +1 for to that! #highaltitudehappiness  
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Meaghan McKasy skiing Pipeline at +Snowbird Utah. 
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Do you know what it takes to design and test a ski or snowboard? In this week's "Ask Mike," our CEO lets you know. http://ow.ly/y8Qtj #madeinUSA  
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In this week's "Ask Mike," our president talks about our carbon offsets program and donating money from every ski and snowboard sale to Native Energy and REVERB. Take a look. #gogreen   #ecofriendlyskis   #ecofriendlysnowboards   #madeinUSA  
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The day has come! We are in the longboard business! In this week's "Ask Mike" blog, our president introduces our new line of bamboo longboards. Take a look. #bamboolongboards   #madeinUSA  
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How do our skis and snowboards hold up against the industry norm? In our president's (Michael Kilchenstein) first blog called "Ask Mike," he addresses ski and snowboard durability. Have a read... #madeinusa   #skismadeinusa   #snowboardsmadeinusa  
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Stop by your neighborhood ski manufacturer, RAMP Sports, and take a rare opportunity to tour our factory and learn about our high-tech, green ski/snowboard manufacturing. Pick up a marked down, locals special on a 13-14 ski or board. 

Open House: April 14-18. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tours will be held at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. 

Factory seconds skis $349. Snowboards $249

Demos skis $299. Snowboards $149

6407 Business Park Loop Road, Park City, UT. Look for our 30-foot yeti made out of upcycled ski scraps and balloons.

***While you're here, pick up some factory scrap and make art to enter to win a RAMP ski or board setup. #artofshred  More info here: http://www.rampsports.com/repurpose-recycle-factory-scrap
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Last night we had a little fun at RAMP. We put out our truck and rail, and then Chris D took a slide down the 30-foot Yeti's arm. See what happens... #yetiproject   #highaltitudehappiness  
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Using a revolutionary patent-pending process, RAMP manufactures bamboo skis, snowboards, and longboards. Award winning. Handmade in the USA.
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Now handmade in the U.S.A., RAMP is transforming the way skis and snowboards are manufactured. The Park City, Utah, based company uses a revolutionary patent-pending process that makes use of Earth friendly, U.S. made materials to produce the most technical products on the market. The new process allows for tremendous flexibility giving RAMP the ability to change shapes and designs by adjusting computer DXF files versus making a new mold. This allows for much more innovation and creativity. Many popular skis and snowboards are manufactured by people in Asia making $200 per month, while using less expensive materials with no environmental constraints. At RAMP, we feel certain that Americans would rather buy products using new technology, materials and processes that offset said cheap labor, clean best practices, and are made by people who love skiing and riding. This year, RAMP is building all new adult skis and snowboards in Utah and is about to begin production of longboards.

RAMP is the Riders Artists Musicians Project where artists, musicians and athletes come together to create an energetic company that works, lives, and makes skis in the mountains we love to recreate in. Our athletes have won X Games, Grand Prix, and Dew Tour medals on our equipment, and in our first year of U.S. production, our skis received 5 magazine medals.

We started our company because we felt skiers and riders wanted better value on equipment and a closer relationship with the brand they are buying from—with RAMP you can have both. We offer free demos daily out of our Park City warehouse. Swing by and take our skis and snowboards for a joyride! After all, our factory is a quick five to 10 minutes from three world-class ski resorts. We also have tech reps based around the U.S. and France, ready to set you up. For demo dates and locations, go to our demo calendar.

Making skis and snowboards in the mountains and putting smiles on peoples' faces, that's what we like to call HIGH ALTITUDE HAPPINESS. We invite you to interact with us personally, buy from us directly and represent us in your community. We are innovative in our efforts to be environmentally and socially responsible and will always over-deliver on service and value. #highaltitudehappiness
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