Spyder spins a web of freeriders

Spyder is looking for a few good web spinners -- skiers and snowboarders, that is -- for its newly formed Venom House Team.
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Spyder is looking for a few good web spinners -- skiers and snowboarders, that is -- for its newly formed Venom House Team. Representing Spyder's Venom brand of freeride outerwear, the team's purpose will be to promote freeriding at the local level. Freeriders of all skill levels can submit a resume, proposal, video footage or any form of sponsorship request by Oct. 31. If accepted onto the team, each member receives a Venom product sponsorship that starts on Dec. 1 and lasts for one season. Additionally, one team member will have the chance to attend a summer freeriding camp. For more details, visit www.spyder.com.

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