mammothinvitMammoth Invitational Raises Over a Half Million Dollars for Kids in Need

 Despite a raging snowstorm dumping over two feet of powder on Mammoth Mountain, the Mammoth Invitational 2012, held from April 13th-15th, brought in over $500,000 directly benefiting the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation.

With such snow legends as Glenn Plake, Johnny Teller, Stacey Cook, and snowboarder


Glenn Plake wows the kids with his hair-do and fun.

Kelly Clark joining 25+ members of the U.S. National and Olympic Ski and Snowboard teams for three days of racing, fun, and frivolity, the event provided non-stop action benefitting a great cause.

“It’s been a banner year for us, with the invitational exceeding even our own expectations”, said Mark Brownlie, of the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area and the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation.  “We couldn’t have done it without our talented staff and volunteers from both the Mountain and the Foundation.”  skierAustin Beutner, Founder of the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation, called the event “an unqualified success”.

Highlights of the event included ski and snowboard races, Casino Royale night with World Series of Poker Champion Annie Duke, silent and live auctions, a biathlon, Awards Ceremony and Banquet Night featuring Luca Band and a Kid’s Cup race, all capped off with a closing breakfast.

To reserve tickets for next year’s event, please visit, or contact Renee Croce at (310) 648-7700.

To find out more about the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation, visit .


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