Rossignol, a stronghold for years in the snowboard scene from their former home in Vermont, has made the move west to Park City, Utah as part of The Quiksilver/Rossignol Group’s “The Mountain Center. With this progressive change of environment come many great new additions to their internal and pro rider teams. Rossignol is pleased to announce the addition of John Jackson, Wyatt Caldwell, and Drew Fuller, along with Alex Pashley as Team Manager.

John Jackson has spent the last few years filming with Standard Films, holding down the coveted opening and closing segments in their last two productions. John, basing from Crowley, CA is one of the most progressive shreds out there, bringing innovative freestyle to the backcountry. When asked what he thought about joining the Rossignol Team, John had this to say, “I am so pumped to be a part of this crew, I finally have a place to call home. I really look forward to working with this mix of riders and evolving my skill set on some quality product…. Plus, I now have an excuse to go out to Utah and work on my fishing skills!

Wyatt Caldwell hails from Sun Valley, Idaho but has spent the last few winters in Utah. Having Wyatt join the team really rounds out the Rossignol line-up. “I have spent quite a bit of time with Wyatt over the last year and believe that Wyatt is one of the most well-rounded riders out there, stated Alex Pashley, Rossignol’s new Team Manager. Caldwell went on to exclaim “I am so pumped to be a part of a company like Rossignol, and excel my riding potential allover the world on quality products”.

Drew Fuller has just come off his first year filming with Standard Films, throwing down a dynamic and mind-boggling segment. Drew holds it down in Sandy, Utah; with the Mountain Center being located in his backyard, Drew will be a huge part of the growth of this power-packed team. He had this to say: “Rossignol has so many amazing things going on: like the new offices up the street from me in Park City, the addition of John Jackson and the boys, and outstanding product that has stood the test of time. Their boards are the best I’ve ever ridden…and they just keep getting better!

“I couldn’t be more stoked. Just wait and see what we’ve got planned for this year, said Alex Pashley, who also made a big move from Salomon Team Manger to Rossignol Team Manager this fall. “I plan on announcing a few more additions in the next few days, so stay tuned. Get ready for some more exciting developments yet to come!

Luke Edgar, el capitan of Rossignol Snowboards, added “It’s all coming together and I couldn’t be more fired up. I’m so charged to have Pashley on board, getting the team, promotions, editorial and video firing. And now adding John, Wyatt and Drew to our team of Jeremy Jones, Erin Valverde, Benji Ritchie, JF Pelchat, Mathieu Crepel, Jonas Emery, and Reno B…it’s just mind-blowing to see so much talent come together, all ripping it up for Rossignol!