WildSnow.com Backcountry Skiing Bumper Sticker Is Seen Everywhere

Post by WildSnow.com blogger | May 8, 2007      

PM update: You guys are great, we’re flooded with emails for stickers. I ran out of envelopes and I’ve got writer’s cramp, and it all feels good. We’ll keep sending stickers out tomorrow. If you don’t see yours in a few days give it a few extra days before you email. We might run out of stickers but we’ve got another order in.

I guess we’ll have to get some coffee mugs made next (grin). By the way, son Louie did the whole sticker project, from design to finding a printer. Trying to get that youth influence in there!

Backcountry skiing bumper sticker from WildSnow.com
Prime crew of the Skylab 2 mission stand beside T-38 prior to take off. Note WildSnow.com bumper sticker to right on fuselage.

Backcountry skiing bumper sticker from WildSnow.com
WildSnow.com bumper sticker shown above. If you want one, send an email (use contact link in menu to left) with your ground address and we’ll drop one in the mail. Size is 8 1/2 x 1 3/8 inches. It’s free, our gift to you as thanks for a terrific season. North American addresses only please.



6 Responses to “WildSnow.com Backcountry Skiing Bumper Sticker Is Seen Everywhere”

  1. Paul May 8th, 2007 1:18 pm

    If you can get them made smaller you would see them on a lot of helmets.

    just a thought.

  2. Lou May 8th, 2007 1:31 pm

    Paul, we’ve got several sizes in the works. Stay tuned.

  3. Rando Swede May 8th, 2007 4:41 pm

    Great idea Lou. Glad to see you are flooded with requests. Your advertisers must be loving it too! When you start to offer coffee mugs and such you will need to have a link to your Shameless Commerce department… just like the Car Talk guys!

  4. steve May 8th, 2007 7:31 pm

    Fancy new header Lou!!!!!

  5. Michael McKinney February 26th, 2011 9:43 pm

    please send me a bumper sticker:

    Michael McKinney
    200 Kenwood St.
    Mahtomedi, MN 55115

  6. Ellen Kelly December 5th, 2013 7:30 pm

    please send me a sticker

    Box 154
    Balfour, BC

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