We would like to announce The Jibber’s Passport, a new alternative trail map program. The passport shaped maps are customized to various resorts for snowboarders and jibbing skiers. With some local information we can help them find cool terrain at unfamiliar resorts, without having to waste half the day. Using thumbnailed images of top and local pros riding the mountain’s popular terrain features, it is like a yearly snowboarding magazine on-hill. The images are layed out around a small version of the resort’s trail map, the trick is named and the location is listed and graphically pointed out. Our athlete roster includes many top pros from their respective areas and is growing all the time.

The Jibber’s Passport gives riders relevant information in an exciting new format, the resort gets a unique vehicle to spread their safety messages and the advertiser hits their target market on the mountain. The Passports are made available at all participating resort lift ticket windows, lift mazes and rental/sales shops.

Our website, www.thejibberspassport.com, is becoming an exciting new spot to click on. Look for lots of event photos from around the world, special deals from the resorts and sponsors as well as on-line versions of the various Passport’s. Our members only, Jibber’s Site, will host our 3-D ePassports. These will have more information about terrain not listed elsewhere, check them out before you travel. We will also be giving away tons of swag including sponsor products, resort lift tickets and autographed stuff from top pro riders. You can even buy your favorite photos on CD Rom, stamp your own personal page with your visited resort and win logo-wear for collecting different Passport’s.

With 15 resorts on board for the 2003-2004 season the list looks like this – Winter Park, A-Basin and Steamboat in Colorado, Squaw Valley, Boreal, Kirkwood, Alpine Meadows, Homewood and Sugar Bowl in Tahoe, Park City in Utah, Killington, Bromley and Mt. Snow in Vermont and Loon and Cannon in New Hampshire. Look for some international destinations soon.