Stormsale Thunders into Existence and Cracks the Ski Industry Market with its Group buy Platform

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New eCommerce site uses the power of group buying technology to offer discount deals on local mountain resorts and ski/snowboard products

The best thing is, people who previously couldn’t afford to enjoy a day on the slopes now have a chance to experience the mountains – everyone should have that opportunity

Stormsale.com is a new technology platform that brings ski resort partners and snow enthusiasts together at the junction of the perfect deal.

Combining the purchasing power of its members with social networking, Stormsale offers ski packages and products with prices that start 20 to 50 percent below the normal ticketed price. Members of this free community will have access to exclusive deals featuring incredible savings for lift tickets, Cat and Heli Ski, accommodation and other mountain resort products in popular destinations like Banff, Tahoe, Colorado and includes Banff Lodging Company, Fernie Alpine Resort, Panorama Mountain Village, Apex Mountain Resort and Revelstoke Mountain Resort, just to name a few.

Stormsale offers real value to snow enthusiasts, tourists, locals and newcomers alike. Particularly for the newcomers, Stormsale provides a compelling opportunity to experience skiing and snowboarding, as these activities are renowned for their typically high price tags for tickets, equipment and even lunch!

Stormsale is powered by group buying technology that uses the “tipping point” method. Resorts set the minimum number of offers they need to sell to offer a compelling price, and customers get that great price if enough people buy the deal. Stormsale's membership is driven through a targeted and synchronized marketing campaign that focuses heavily on social media but supports the community regularly through contests, prize drawings and partner promotions.

"We're heavily focused on the Canadian market right now, but are moving into the US this season" says Wilson. “It’s a win-win situation for both consumers and the ski industry. Each deal gets better with collective buying and participating resorts experience a growth in business thanks to the promotional help, guaranteed sales, and exposure to new markets. The best thing is, people who previously couldn’t afford to enjoy a day on the slopes now have a chance to experience the mountains – everyone should have that opportunity”.

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