Enter the Am Throwdown and Win a Trip to Copper Mountain, CO!


The House Boardshop is proud to announce that it has joined forces with Snowboard Magazine to bring you the first annual Am Throwdown, presented by Vitamin Water.

The Am Throwdown gives amateur riders and filmers a chance to win a trip to Copper Mountain, Colorado to compete for a chance to win $5,000 bucks.

Five teams of two will be chosen by public voting on Snowboardmag.com to win the trip to Copper Mountain, one filmer and one rider per team.

To enter, simply upload a finished video edit to www.snowboardmag.com/amthrowdown-submit.

More info here or at Snowboardmag.com


The Am Throwdown is a new park and pipe video contest for amateur snowboards across the United States.

A team of one rider and one filmer must upload a finished edit to snowboardmag.com/amthrowdown by February 15, 2011. The finished edits should be no longer than 1:30 and can contain no music.

The top five two person teams will be selected by our judges and flown to Copper Mountain in April to film a part and compete for $5000. The final winner will be chosen by voting on snowboardmag.com.

The Details

  • Video can be no longer than 1:30
  • Video may not contain music
  • Both participants must be amateurs – This means you don’t get paid to ride/film
  • You must upload videos at snwoboardmag.com/amthrowdown-submit
  • Deadline for finished edits: February 15th

3 Responses to “Enter the Am Throwdown and Win a Trip to Copper Mountain, CO!”


  1. Guy Cooper on said:

    Hello and Happy New Years!

    I wanted to write this letter in response to the letter I wrote on December 21, 2010. The original letter was a rather negative letter about the crappy service I received from “The House” when I ordered a snowboard jacket for my wife for Christmas in early December just to find out that the jacket was no longer available (email sent to me December 20th!)

    Well, the day after I wrote that negative letter, I received a response from Kris Magnusson, the Chief Operating Officer for The House. He appologized and explained the situation and actually tried calling me up in Canada a number of times to fix the problem. He was absolutely awesome in explaining the problem and then hyperlinking me some alternative jackets that could substitute for the 686 jacket I originally ordered.

    Kris hooked me up with CS rep Andy Svendsen, who then assisted me in ordering a different jacket and together, these two guys hooked up the jacket and the international express postage to Canada for the next day delivery, just in time for Christmas!

    The jacket was sent off and received in Canada by the 23rd. Unfortunately Canada Post isn’t as efficient so I didn’t get the jacket until Dec. 29th.

    BUT… I would really like to say “thanks” to both Kris and Andy for going the extra mile in identifying the problem and then offering ways to fix the problem. You definately saved a repeat customer who was pretty upset.

    You guys are the best and I hope I can one day do the same for others!

    Cheers and may it dump powder all over your head,

    G. Cooper
    British Columbia

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