ski_ispo puts out call for product nominees

ispo is looking for a few good products for the European Ski Award 2003, its ski ispo prize for the best ski innovation for winter 2003-04.

ispo is looking for a few good products for the European Ski Award 2003, its ski ispo prize for the best ski innovation for winter 2003-04. A panel of 11 European ski experts and editors will be judging five different categories: hardware, ski boots, bindings, apparel and others. Products will be judged on their functionality, quality, technical features, innovativeness, user-friendliness and design. The deadline for entries is Jan. 17, 2003. To be considered for the ski award, send a press release, product photo, product sample and a completed ski award application to: European Ski Award, attn: Tobias Groeber/ski_ispo, Messe Munchen GmbH, 81823 Munchen, Germany. Forms can be requested from Groeber at or fax (+49 89) 949-201 59. Awards will be presented at the ispo winter show at Charity Night on Feb. 1, 2003.



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