Skier’s Choice Extends Partnership with Gravity Games
MARYVILLE, TN. (May 9, 2006) – Skier’s Choice, manufacturer of Supra &
Moomba brand boats, have renewed their marketing partnership with the
Gravity Games H2O for an additional two-year period.
With this partnership, Supra and Moomba boats will continue to be
exclusive towboats of the 2007 and 2008 Gravity Games. “Once again, we
are excited to be aligned with the Gravity Games,” said Michael Littman,
Skier’s Choice marketing director. “This event is one of the most
significant of all our event support programs. It’s a great place to
solicit feedback from pro riders for future product development. And
when taken in consideration with our sponsorships of the INT Amateur
Championships and the Collegiate National Championships, we are able to
offer consumers tournament tested boats at every competitive level.”
Held in Perth, Australia, Gravity Games H2O combines the world’s
greatest action sports athletes and international music acts into one
interactive and incredibly entertaining festival. Water sports such as
wakeboarding and kite boarding and on-land sports such as skateboarding,
BMX, in-line and FMX demonstrations will occur at the Gravity Games H2O.
“As Gravity Games H20 is part of the World Wakeboard Association World
Series, it is integral that we have the best boats on the market and
Supra boats are just that,” said Sean Nicholls, managing director of
Octagon Australia, promoter of Gravity Games H20. “We are excited that
Skier’s Choice’s 25 years of tournament experience, along with their
unsurpassed quest for rider excellence, are again alongside us as we
continue building the Gravity Games. Continuing a mutually beneficial
relationship with Skier’s Choice is vital and we look forward to what
the future holds!”
Supra team riders have had much success at the Gravity Games in recent
years. In 2005, Emily Copeland Durham climbed to the top step of the
women’s podium. In 2004 it was Trevor Hansen who took the men’s top
honor. “We have a phenomenal pro staff and are thrilled when they win.
Winning at Gravity Games is extra-special to us.” Littman said.