I have heard several of my friends mention that they have thought about becoming a snowboard rep. They look forward to having the freedom in a job that would allow them to do things like travel all over their designated area, riding the latest gear, not having set hours to work everyday and being in a laid back relaxed atmosphere working with laid back and relaxed people. We all dream of living the sweet life working in the snowboard industry, but how do you get in? I caught Andrew Pettis, one of the Midwest Forum reps, while he was here for some business and asked him if he had a second to describe what he does and answer a few questions for any of you who have ever thought about trying to get into a job like this. Basically we found out it’s a small community in this industry, so you have to get out there and make the right connections.

By | 2010-08-11T08:00:21+00:00 August 11th, 2010|Snowboarding|2 Comments

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  1. Spencer Thomson May 28, 2016 at 2:59 pm - Reply

    Am I really the only comment….. If so can you please help me make some connections. I am 19 a natural born salesman and I love snowboarding. My email is spencertsales@gmail,com

    • gufrocks June 1, 2016 at 12:23 pm - Reply

      Yo Spencer! You have to check out an awesome action sports industry job finder website called Malakye.com. You can search different sports, locations, and professions!

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