Forget the beach. This spring break, the bikinis will be on the mountain.
In celebration of Copper Mountain’s 40th Anniversary season the Eenie Weenie Bikini Contest is welcomed back just in time for spring break in the high country. This on the snow bikini contest debuted at Copper Mountain in 1986 and was featured in Rolling Stone magazine. Now over 25 years later, it’s coming back with more flair than ever in conjunction with Copper Mountain’s Saint Patty’s Day O’Fuego celebration. Don’t miss the action at Copper Mountain on Saturday, March 16 at 4:00 p.m. when contestants will ski or snowboard from the base of the 22’ Main Vein Superpipe into Burning Stones Plaza at Copper’s Center Village in, you guessed it, bikinis (or swimwear for the fellas) of all shapes and sizes. Jack’s Slopeside Grill & Bar is the place to be with St. Patrick’s Day specials, green beer, music and the best view for the show.
There's limited space for participants! To guarantee your spot in the contest and a chance at the prizes, pre-register here.
We're even holding a contest where the winner will get to be a VIP judge! Just go to our Facebook page and leave a creative caption for your chance to win!
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Cost is $20 to enter and all proceeds benefit breast cancer awareness. No refunds for no shows. All contestants must check-in at the registration table at Jack’s Slopeside Grill & Bar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Event waivers must be signed. Prizes will be awarded for both male and female categories. Contestants will be judged by creativity and flair. Intoxication and nudity absolutely prohibited. Contestants that do not abide will immediately be disqualified and asked to leave the resort.
1st prize male & female - 2014 Copper Mountain Season Pass
2nd prize male & female - Copper Mountain 4-Pack
3rd prize male & female - Copper Cash
Space is limited if you'd like to be a contestant! Click here to pre-register and guarantee your shot at these awesome prizes!
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