6th Annual Winter Welcome by JH Sports supports TCSAR volunteers

JACKSON, Wyo. — What better way to get refreshed in 2022 than all this new snow … and a bunch of new gear from JH Sports? While Ullr takes care of the prodigious snowfall, Winter Welcome 2022 might just be able to take care of your gear needs, but you have to play along by purchasing raffle tickets in support of Teton County Search & Rescue (TCSAR) volunteers and backcountry safety.

The 6th Annual Winter Welcome returns for 2022 in a virtual format, with JH Sports giving away more than $20,000 worth of gear and prizes on Jan. 15. Raffle tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased online only up until noon on the 15th.

All proceeds go to support TCSAR volunteers, who collectively donate thousands of hours of their time every year to performing rescues, training and community events.

“TCSAR is an extremely vital part of this valley,” said Dan Razzolini, General Manager for JH Sports. “Whether it be education, community outreach, or saving lives—they do it all. JH Sports is proud to partner with them on this event.”

Prizes include a full ski or snowboard setup of your choice from JH Sports, snowboards from Never Summer and Lib Tech, skis from Dynastar, bindings from Look, a full week stay at the Teton Club, and much more, with additional items being added through this week.

As this is a virtual event, you don’t have to be present to win. So you have more time to ski or ride safe, stable powder. That, friends, is what we call a win-win-winter.

Thanks to JH Sports for putting on this event to help support TCSAR volunteers!

About The Author

Sponsored by Teton County Search and Rescue Foundation

You May Also Like
Events
7th annual WYSAW preps backcountry users for winter
Education
TCSAR Foundation ramps up in-person programming for backcountry safety
Community
TCSAR Foundation secures heli funding, rallies support for new class of volunteers
Nonprofit
Win big while supporting TCSAR
Events
Virtual workshops available for winter backcountry and avalanche safety
Nonprofit
The Fine Line podcast kicks off season five with night rescue in Phillips Canyon