October 12, 2010
North Hampton, New Hampshire - South America Snow Sessions (SASS), the leading action sports adventure travel company for backcountry skiers and snowboarders traveling to Argentina, announces the launch of their newest division, SASS Global Travel (SGT).
SASS pioneered summer freestyle and backcountry ski and snowboard trips to Argentina in 2004 and quickly grew in size and popularity. The addition of SASS Global Travel has expanded the company to offer surf and snow trips to its growing list of destinations worldwide. Some of these excursions include Puerto Rico, Argentina, Japan, The Dominican Republic and just about anywhere adventurous in North America.
SGT in Silverton, CO
Travis Moore, Director of Sales is quick to point out that the SGT philosophy and staff are anything but normal, saying, “We live and breathe action sports, so we tapped our network to create a global community that plugs people into the best destinations and operators on the planet. We’ve always had a great connection with our clients, and realized early on that the huge success of SASS in Argentina meant that we could offer a more diverse schedule of trips year-round.”
SGT Nicaragua Sunset
SASS Global Travel (SGT) blends cultural immersion with action sports experts to create once-in-a-lifetime experiences. SGT connects clients to private backcountry ski lodges, unexplored surf breaks, and acres of untouched powder in the Northern and Southern hemispheres. SGT’s upcoming adventure travel opportunities include:
Surfing in Rincon, Puerto Rico; San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua; Cabarete, Dominican Republic
Skiing and Snowboarding in Bariloche, Argentina; Niseko/Hokkaido, Japan; Silverton, Colorado; Jay, VT
SASS in South America
SGT will be adding multiple worldwide destinations in the coming months. For a complete list of trips and dates visit http://www.sassglobal.com/ To kick off the new SGT venture, SASS clients will be visiting Rincon, Puerto Rico, beginning in October and featuring incredible surf spots and sustainable lodging in bamboo tree houses.