And Now – A Word From Our Sponsors


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | January 5, 2009      

Dynafit USA asked me to let all you WildSnowers know that Bob Misuraca of Bristol, New Hampshire won the pair of Dynafit ZZeus TF-X boots just as 2008 came to an end. He follows last years ZZero4C winner from Montana….both of whom were chosen using an online random/blind drawing system. Bob was one of over a thousand entries into the ZZeus Boot contest that Wildsnow.com and other websites promoted for Dynafit. Dynafit USA thanks all who entered, and hopes you’ll all continue to tune in to Dynafit and wildsnow.com for ongoing information and terrific contests.



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3 Responses to “And Now – A Word From Our Sponsors”

  1. Mike January 5th, 2009 6:12 pm

    Hi Lou,

    Thanks to you – I (as well as many others – I suspect) am the proud new owner and user of: Zzero4C Green Machines, TLT Vertical ST’s, and the 187 Manaslus!

    My previous 8 year old rig consisted of the gray/yellow Fritche Freerides. ..I’m totally loving my new lightweight, go-anywhere, performance rig!

    Thanks for all of the reviews and detailed information on these great offerings!

    -Mike

  2. Lou January 6th, 2009 3:30 am

    Nice “reader’s ride” Mike!

  3. Bob Misuraca July 23rd, 2009 8:46 am

    I JUST found out about this. Can you believe it? Fairpoint communications changed our email and I never got the notice until July, 2009. What can I do? They had to give them to someone else? Enjoy!

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