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Arc’teryx Equipment a Division of Amer Sports Canada Inc.
110 - 2220 Dollarton Hwy
North Vancouver, BC
Canada V7H 1A8
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Arc’teryx and Whistler Blackcomb
We’re very happy to announce that, starting this winter, all Whistler Blackcomb Ski School staff uniforms will be sporting the iconic Arc’teryx logo – that’s approximately 750 full-time employees, teaching upward of 225,000 lessons each year.
Bartosz Barczynski, General Manager of the Adult Snow School Program at Whistler Blackcomb, says the Arc’teryx partnership is a perfect fit: “With an average snowfall of roughly 12-metres, or 40 feet per year, finding a uniform to keep our staff warm and dry was a priority. Our staff works outdoors in all types of conditions on a daily basis so we look for a quality product that can stand up to the elements.”
This new partnership builds on an existing collaborative relationship to design uniforms for the Whistler Blackcomb Ski Patrol, and makes Arc’teryx the presenting sponsor of the backcountry experience accessible via Whistler Blackcomb.
“We are thrilled to bring Arc’teryx on board and into our corporate partnership family,” says Stuart Rempel, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Whistler Blackcomb. “The Arc’teryx brand has extensive backcountry roots and values that align perfectly with Whistler Blackcomb.”
We’re also proud to continue on as the title sponsor of the prestigious Whistler-based Arc’teryx Deep Winter Photo Challenge, presented by GORE-TEX. An elite, professional photography competition, Deep Winter challenges six photographers to capture a slideshow story in three days that is worthy of title of “King of Storms” and a $5,000 prize.
“Partnering with Whistler Blackcomb is really exciting because it is one of North America’s most iconic big mountain resorts. The expansive backcountry terrain that can be accessed from the high alpine lifts aligns with the Arc’teryx brand. Arc’teryx and Whistler Blackcomb are both driven by quality and performance with roots in the Canadian Coast Mountains.” – Adam Ketcheson, VP of Marketing & B2C at Arc’teryx.