The OMS Ski & Snowboard Swap is BACK! Mark your calendars for the 2021 Okemo Ski and Snowboard Swap! The Annual Okemo Ski and Snowboard Swap to benefit Okemo Mountain School is the place to gear up for the winter with new and used gear at great prices. You will find everything you need to get out on the hill this season….skis, snowboards, boots, bindings, helmets, goggles, outerwear, and more! The best part about it is that all proceeds go to benefit the Okemo Mountain School in Ludlow, VT. The Swap is once again located in the Round House at Jackson Gore at Okemo Mountain Resort. Swap Dates and Times Friday, November 19th; 4 – 7pm (Shop the sale early from 3-4pm; $5 admission or free for Okemo employees) Saturday, November 20th; 9am – 5pm Sunday, November 21st; 9am – 1pm Also, if you are interested in selling your old gear (please no skis, boots, or bindings older than 7 years), you can sell it on consignment at the swap. 25% of the selling price goes to Okemo Mountain School – the remainder you will receive in a check about 3 weeks after the swap. You may also choose just to donate your equipment – all donations are tax-deductible. All gear must be dropped off on the following days and may not be brought to the swap during sale hours. LOCATION FOR DROP OFF: Round House at Jackson Gore Drop-off Dates and Times Saturday, November 13th; 10am – 3pm Sunday, November 14th; 10am – 3pm Wednesday, November 17th; 10am – 3pm Okemo Mountain School is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to the academic and athletic development of serious snow sports athletes. Student athletes are given the opportunity to train in alpine ski racing, snowboarding, and freestyle skiing, while pursuing a rigorous course of academic study. Okemo Mountain School relies heavily on fundraisers like the Swap to help keep tuition affordable. Come to the Swap and gear up for the winter while supporting a great cause! Further questions, please contact Ashley Belcher at email@example.com or 802.228.1514. **We will be following any Vermont state guidelines in regards to COVID-19 protocol.