Neptune Mountaineering to host annual ski swap on October 19

October 14th, 2013 by

Boulder, Colorado’s Neptune Mountaineering has announced that its annual Ski Swap and Gear Sale will take place on Saturday, October 19, beginning at noon and running until 5 p.m., at its 633 Broadway Street location. Backcountry and nordic ski gear, climbing and backpacking equipment, as well as outdoor technical wear are all accepted pieces of equipment for the swap. For more information visit www.neptunemountaineering.com.

Press Release, Boulder, Colorado, October 11, 2013:

Neptune Mountaineering today announced its annual Ski Swap and Gear Sale taking place on Saturday, October 19 from noon to 5p.m. This sale allows the community to sell ski gear or pick up something new in the store for the upcoming season. Accepted gear for the swap includes backcountry and Nordic ski gear, climbing gear, backpacking equipment and outdoor technical wear. Neptune Mountaineering is located at 633 Broadway Street in Boulder, Colorado.

“This annual sale marks the beginning of an incredibly exciting season in the Boulder community. For us it says ski season is around the corner and we look forward to seeing so many familiar faces in our store year after year,” Eric Schmidt, General Manager of Neptune Mountaineering, said. “Allowing the community to bring in their own equipment is just another opportunity to personalize our customers shopping experience and we hope this years sale is bigger and better than ever.”

In addition to the ski swap and sale, Neptune Mountaineering will have lift tickets and season passes for the 2013-2014 season available from several resorts, including Loveland, Vail, Eldora, Crested Butte and Jackson Hole among others. Specials on ski equipment will be available throughout the weekend.

For more information about Neptune Mountaineering, visit www.neptunemountaineering.com.

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