VAIL, CO, Feb. 23 /CNW/ - During Spring Break many students hit the slopes for a much needed break from studying. To fit in with their budget Skiset has announced their Spring Break special making it more affordable for college students to rent skis and snowboards at their favorite resort.
Spring Breakers regularly have all their transportation and lodging needs taken care of well in advance but often forget about renting their equipment beforehand and wait until they arrive in the resort. By booking in advance on Skiset's easy to use, customer friendly website Spring Breakers are guaranteed quality equipment and will save valuable money for that all important apres ski!
"We have a strong student following in Europe and we reward them with deep discounts. North America is just as important and our Spring Break special is only the start of specials for college students" explained Tony Lyle, Vice President North America for Skiset.
Skiset have set up a special promotion code for students to receive a minimum of 25% discount which increases up to 45% for those traveling to Europe. Students should visit http://www.skiset.us and use the promotion code: springbreak
"The economy has affected everyone, including students. We want them to enjoy Spring Break and not go Spring Broke. This is ski rental gone wild" said Sharlet Sage the new Skiset North America Sales Manager.
Skiset have more than 750 stores in 11 countries on 2 continents. In the United States students can rent equipment for Alta, Aspen Highlands, Aspen Mountain, Beaver Creek, Big Sky, Breckenridge, Brighton, Buttermilk, Canaan Valley, The Canyons, Crested Butte, Deer Valley, Heavenly Lake Tahoe, June Mountain, Killington, Kirkwood, Mammoth, Moonlight Basin, Park City, Powder Mountain, Sierra At Tahoe, Snowbasin, Snowbird, Snowmass, Snowshoe, Solitude, Steamboat, Sun Valley, Timberline, Vail, Winter Park, Wintergreen, and Winterplace.
In Canada Skiset have stores that cover Fernie, Kimberley, Lake Louise, Marmot Basin, Mt. Norquay, Panorama, Revelstoke, Sunshine, and Whistler Blackcomb.
For more information visit: http://www.skiset.us
Skiset was founded in 1994 by a group of former world champion skiers and independent ski rental store owners including Annie Famose, Patrick Lepeudry and Leo Lacroix. During the 2008/2009 winter season Skiset served nearly 2 million customers with a turnover of US$520 Million (EUR350 million).
For further information: For further information: Tony Lyle, Vice President, Skiset North America, email@example.com, +1-970-827-4020