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Gear up for winter at the WSU Ski Swap

PULLMAN – Looking to upgrade your winter sport equipment? The 33rd annual WSU Ski Swap on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 will provide people with the opportunity to purchase new equipment at discounted prices.

The event will feature vendors from all over the northwest. Onsite vendors will be selling snowboards, skis, boots,
apparel, gloves, goggles and more at discounted rates.

A percentage of the Ski Swap proceeds will benefit the WSU Ski Team. The Ski Swap will also provide community members with the opportunity to sell new and used gear.

Hollingbery Field House is located next to Martin Stadium and will be accessible on the Colorado Street entrance.  Free event parking is provided in the Yellow Parking lot south of Beasley Coliseum. The entry fee is $1 per person per day and all children under the age of 12 are free of charge.
To become a vendor or to learn more about attending, visit or contact the Outdoor Recreation Center at 335-1892.

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