Teton Adaptive Sports front and center on Wyoming ad

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Teton Adaptive Sports (TAS) is pleased to announce that the Wyoming Office of Tourism featured the Greater Teton area nonprofit organization at work in a commercial and on its website.

Two of the Sanchez children who have Down Syndrome learned they could climb alongside family members just the same. (Wyoming Office of Tourism)

The almost 2 1/2-minute commercial features board member Ryan Burke (who has been working with TAS in various capacities since its inception in 2005), along with program director Cherene Vanian, guiding the six-person Sanchez family on a climbing trip in the Grand Teton National Park while on vacation. Two of the children have Down Syndrome but soon learned that they can climb alongside their family members and have equal the fun and adventure as everyone else.

Take a peek at the short video entitled, Adventure is Limitless in Wyoming, to meet the Sanchez family and get a glimpse of what TAS does for people with disabilities living in the Greater Teton area and those visiting it. The beautifully produced short fits neatly into the Tourism organization’s ‘That’s WY’ campaign and is sure to tug at viewers’ heart strings.

An article called, Teton Adaptive Sports: Empowering everyone to get outside, is also found on the Wyoming Office of Tourism website. The brief article, featuring photos by former adaptive ski instructor Corey Connett and professional photographer Peter Lobozzo, focuses on how TAS helps people of all abilities to reap the same benefits of tourism in Wyoming as everyone.

Teton Adaptive Sports board member Ryan Burke is featured prominently in the new TV ad.

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