November 20, 2009
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Not sure how many communities one can be a part of but for all you DC fans this is where you likely want to reside.
DC s first ever interactive community website exclusively for snowboarders is now live at http://www.dcshoes.com/community and DC wants to know, Are you in yet? This user content driven social community was created to give snowboarders and fans of DC a chance to connect with each other and the DC snow team and features exclusive content that won t be found anywhere else.
Joining is simple - visit the website, sign-up, create a profile, and go. The first thing users will want to check out is the video and photo blog for updates from their favorite DC riders, who are currently out on the road for the DC Ride Along Tour around the US and Canada. The tour, which began last weekend and wraps up in mid-December, gives everyone on the hill a chance to come out and ride with the team. Look for riders Devun Walsh, Iikka Backstrom, Lauri Heiskari, Aaron Biittner, Torstein Horgmo, Kimmy Fasani, Raewyn Reid, Lonnie Kauk and more on the slopes.
There are endless opportunities for users to post content on the new site. From uploading videos and photos of their latest trip to the mountain, to creating topics on a message board, the community website is a great way for people to get involved and stay connected. Have a question for a Pro? Need advice on which DC boots or outerwear to buy this season? Head to the message boards and ask away! Users can also check out the Snow Report tool for useful information about current snow conditions, weather forecasts, and lift openings at their favorite mountains.
Visit the DC Community website today, get involved, and check back often for new features and exclusive content. For more information on the DC Snow Team, DC s 2010 Snowboarding Collection, and the DC Ride Along Tour visit http://www.dcshoes.com/snow.