Protect Our Winters Jeremy Jones

February 13, 2014 by staff 

Protect Our Winters Jeremy Jones, Jones Snowboards is proud to announce that Founder, Jeremy Jones, is the recipient of the 2014 Avalaunch Winter Market Ambassador of the Year Award. The Avalaunch awards took place during Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2014 in Salt Lake City. This marks the third year in a row the famed big-mountain rider and environmentalist has taken home the honor. Adding to the stoke, Jones environmental foundation, Protect Our Winters (POW), was voted 2014 Avalaunch Winter Market Company of the Year for the third time consecutively.

Its an honor to be voted an ambassador alongside such an amazing group of athletes and organizations, says Jones Snowboard founder, Jeremy Jones. Avalaunch provides a progressive platform that draws in new audiences and allows them a chance to connect socially, watch films, listen to music, all while emphasizing the importance of snow safety and environmental stewardship.

Highly regarded as one of the most influential big mountain snowboarders of all time, Jeremy Jones is driven to emphasize that being fully educated, combined with good decision making, is vital to snow safety whiletraveling in the backcountry. During the month of December, Jones Snowboards promotes Avalanche Awareness Month on, giving consumers educational insight, tips and practices on snow safety.

In 2007, Jones founded Protect Our Winters (POW) to engage and mobilize the winter sports community to lead the fight against climate change. In line with his environmental beliefs, Jones has continually designed a snowboard product line and campaign at Jones Snowboards that strives to educate consumers about avalanche awareness and use sustainable products and manufacturing practices where possible.

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