Sierra Watch is proud to unveil the custom topsheet of our brand new Keep Squaw True skis and snowboards designed and manufactured by Slant Skis right here in North Lake Tahoe. The special edition topsheets designed for The Movie to Keep Squaw True crowdfunding campaign feature the stunning photography of award winning local photographer Ming T. Poon:
Earn your pair of the custom made special edition Slant Hindsight Skis, an $850 value, or snowboard (more details coming soon) by becoming a fundraiser for our Crowdrise campaign to fund The Movie to Keep Squaw True and raising at least $2,000.
Getting set up is easy:
- Click “Join the Team” on our Crowdrise page to create a shareable page that’s already got all of the information from our campaign page.
- Take a couple of minutes to add a few sentences about why this campaign is important to you. If you have any pictures or videos of yourself at Squaw or in Tahoe, you can even add those!
- Share it with your family and friends — Post it to Facebook and tag 100 of your friends and family who care about our mountains. Send an email about it to people you think might be interested. Post about it on your Instagram feed, and link to your fundraising page in your bio.
Don’t have time to become a Fundraiser for our top prizes of a Keep Squaw True snowboard or pair of skis of your choosing? Simply donate $2,000, or more, to qualify, and we have a ton of other awesome perks available for donations at lower amounts too, like Keep Squaw True merchandise:
So join Sierra Watch and the Gaffney brothers, Scott and Robb, as we make The Movie to Keep Squaw True. Every little bit helps in taking our story even further and securing a future for Squaw Valley and Lake Tahoe that we can all be proud of.
The Movie to Keep Squaw True is just one part of our broader campaign as Sierra Watch continues to work to overturn Placer County’s illegal approval of KSL’s plan to build an indoor waterpark and acres of highrise condo-hotels in Squaw Valley.
Our legal team is actively challenging them in court in two separate lawsuits to throw out the approval for violating the California Environmental Quality Act as well as the state open government law, known as the Brown Act. We expect our first decision later this spring; we’ll keep you posted.
If you have any questions about becoming a fundraiser, or questions about the crowdfunding campaign, please contact Sierra Watch Field Manager, Chase Schweitzer, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (530) 448-1506.
— Donate to make the Movie to Keep Squaw True —