Racers get ready for the 43rd Annual Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup to support the Eastern Slope Ski Club, taking place at Attitash Mountain Resort on Friday, March 18.
Both men and women skiers are welcome to compete. This is a 21+ race. The registration fee is $65 in advance or $75 on race day and includes a lift ticket, guaranteed two runs on the course, an official race hat, a raffle ticket and a free dinner at the Awards Ceremony served by the Red Parka Pub in Ptarmigan’s Pub after racing concludes. Registration forms are available at the Red Parka Pub in Downtown Glen or online at redparkapub.com and here.
Last year, the Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup raised $8000 for ESSC through proceeds from race entries, raffle entries and live auction items. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or donating an auction item, please contact Terry O’Brien at 603-383-4344.
We are pleased to announce Crest Auto World has come on board as a major sponsor of this year’s 42nd Annual Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup. Other new sponsors include Gosling’s Rum and Sport Thoma Ski Shop.
This has been a very exciting planning season for this year’s race, taking place on Friday, March 20, at Attitash Mountain Resort. Two weeks ago, the Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup Committee pledged $500 to Starting Point: Services for Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence and $10 of each female racers registration fee to the non-profit’s Project Purple Ribbon. In addition, we’ll name a male and female Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup Champion with official Silver Bowl for each champion and a Perpetual Trophy for each.
Ladies and gentlemen, you will not want to miss this year’s event, get registered today!
The Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup Committee met on Monday, February 9, and made the decision to donate $500 of this year’s funds raised from the Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup race to Starting Point Services for Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence. In addition, $10 from every female registered racers fee will go to the cause.
Fittingly, the Committee agreed that this year’s race hats–which all registered racers and race crew members receive–will be purple, which is the symbolic color for domestic violence awareness.
Registration is now open to all male and female ski racers, age 21+. The 42nd Annual Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup Race takes place at Attitash Mountain Resort on Friday, March 20.
Registration for the 2015 Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup is now open! Now in its 42nd year, the RPPCC is the longest-running, pro-style dual giant slalom race in the United States. The past two year’s of racing have been dominated by local siblings, Alec and Ace Tarberry. Alec will be defending the title while Ace, who took the crown in 2013, should be close behind him as we head into the 2015 Challenge Cup, which takes place at Attitash Mountain Resort on March 20.
This year, we’re happy to have Goslings Rum, Heads Skis and Sport Thoma as major sponsors of the race. We are also proud to have Budweiser, Settlers’ Green Outlet Village, Valley Originals, SkiChair.com, Pepsi and Hurricane Racing continuing as major sponsors of this race.
Both men and women are welcome to compete. This is a 21+ race. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or donating an auction item, please contact us. All proceeds from the Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup benefit the Eastern Slope Ski Club. Last year’s race raised $8000 for the club, which provides ski equipment and helps in ski development programs in the Mt. Washington Valley, located in the White Mountains Region of New Hampshire.
Save the date, we are hosting the 42nd Annual Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup on March 20, 2015 at Attitash Mountain Resort.
Registration forms will be available soon!
Get a chance to win Leanne Smith‘s Olympic GS Suit from Sochi at the Red Parka Pub Challenge Cup this Friday, March 14 at Attitash Mountain Resort. It will be a part of the Awards Party taking place after the race. All the proceeds raised will go directly to the Eastern Slope Ski Club. Leanne Smith grew up in North Conway and was brought up in the ESSC Program, which gives all children in the Mt. Washington Valley a chance to participate in skiing at local mountains. Leanne Smith’s home mountain was Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway, New Hampshire. Sochi 2014 was her second Olympic appearance for alpine skiing.