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The World Cup Dreams Foundation, a fundraising organization designed to support the “nation’s best skiers,” is set to host a special fall event in Park City, Utah. Tickets are now on sale for the Rootin’ Tootin’ Hootenanny, scheduled for October 10, at the Hi Ute Ranch.
For a $75 donation, attendees will be invited to enjoy live music, barbeque, riding a mechanical bull, horseshoes and a silent auction in the company of U.S. Ski Team athletes at their summer home.
“Help raise vital funds for our members of the national alpine ski team for the 2009-10 season- and have fun you’re showing your support,” reads the organization’s online invitation.
The organization was founded by former U.S. Ski Team Members, Bryon Friedman and Erik Schlopy to “provide National Alpine Ski Team members with the financial resources needed to help them achieve their ski racing goals and compete at their highest level.”
For more information and tickets go to www.worldcupdreams.org.