Powderseekers Launch Online Snow Sports Community

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Powderseekers is a snow sports community with a difference - get live reports and photos from other members direct from the mountains.

Powderseekers announces the launch of their new snow sports community website powderseekers.com . The website covers all aspects of snow sports, like any community, but also allows users to submit reports and pictures direct from a ski resort from a web-connection or MMS enabled phone. The site can be found at http://www.powderseekers.com. Commenting on the launch, Mark Baker, Head Developer said:

“Our goal was to develop a resource for snow sports enthusiasts which would be genuinely useful and unique in its own right.

“Powderseekers is committed to providing the most unbiased and up-to-the-minute reviews of hundreds of Ski Resorts worldwide, with the added benefit of recent images and reports submitted by users who are actually there. We are already rapidly establishing a strong position in the provision of valuable information for site users and intend to strengthen that position further.

The website makes it easy for anyone who has an interest in snow sports to make more informed choices when deciding on a holiday destination. They will have discussions, pictures, news and reports direct from the source and submitted by their peers. In addition it is Powderseekers intention to evolve into a one-stop snow sports website, brokering holidays, insurance, flights, car hire, equipment and a marketplace for users to buy and sell snow sports related goods.

Powderseekers was founded in 2003 in London, and is focused on becoming the web's best snow sports resource and also to become the first choice online marketplace for snow sports holidays and goods. Their team is made up of experienced and talented IT professionals and system engineers who also have in-depth knowledge of the Snow Sports Industry.

For more information call:

Mark Baker    

Tel: +(44)7776 228053

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