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SIA President Dave Ingemie on the state of snow market

SIA President Dave Ingemie on the state of snow market

June 13, 2013 Shelby Stanger
A talk with SIA President Dave Ingemie about the state of snow sports, his thoughts on skier vs. snowboard participation, what he is hearing about orders for next season, and why he thinks snowboard companies may need to change how they market the sport.
SIA reverses decision on earlier show

SIA reverses decision on earlier show

April 28, 2011 Press Releases
Retailers and reps objected to the earlier show dates.
SIA President on earlier show dates

SIA President on earlier show dates

March 24, 2011 Shelby Stanger
We ask Dave Ingemie why SIA is moving up the dates and how the snow community is reacting. So far, the change is not being embraced by all it seems.
SIA settles into Denver

SIA settles into Denver

February 01, 2011 Tiffany Montgomery
"What a difference a year makes," was a common refrain at SIA this year.
Bright spots in early snow sales

Bright spots in early snow sales

December 09, 2010 Tiffany Montgomery
The SIA released snow sales data from August-October that showed several bright spots.
SIA, ASR share plans for next shows

SIA, ASR share plans for next shows

March 18, 2010 Shelby Stanger
ASR and SIA tell us how attendance turned out, what worked, what didn't at their last shows. Agenda and Surf Expo tomorrow.