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Winter Park Wipe-Out Returns This Year

WINTER PARK WIPE OUT IS ONE COOL EVENT
Mountain town adventure returns to Winter Park

WINTER PARK, Colo. – The coolest mountain town adventure is returning to Winter Park this spring. The Winter Park/Fraser Rotary Club will host Winter Park Wipe Out on March 22, 2014 taking participants on the ultimate adventure throughout downtown Winter Park.

Winter Park Wipe Out debuted in April 2013 with overwhelming success. Over 600 attendees participated in the inaugural event which included unique challenges, scavenger hunts and snow mobile tows. Proceeds from the event were donated to the Mountain Family Center Totes for Hope program in the East Grand County school district.

This year Winter Park Wipe Out will take place March 22, 2014 from 3:00pm-5:30pm. Beginning at Hideaway Park, this mountain town adventure will incorporate mystery clues and obstacles at various destinations around downtown Winter Park. Adult and family friendly challenges include frozen turkey shuffleboard, hammerschlagen and ax throwing plus many more wild winter games. Participants are encouraged to come dressed in their best costumes and party in the Wipe Out Zone. Enjoy beer, hot chocolate, s’mores, music and chances to win amazing prizes following the event. To register for the Winter Park Wipe Out, click here. Tickets are on sale now.

The Rotary Club is a volunteer organization with over 1.2 million business and professional leaders worldwide. Their mission is to focus on providing humanitarian services and help build goodwill worldwide. Winter Park/Fraser Rotary supports groups and events within the community, providing services for local schools, sponsoring foreign exchange student programs and donating to local charities. This year, Winter Park Wipe Out benefits Project Sanctuary, a non-profit organization assisting military families as the deployed return home.

Contact: Winter Park Wipe Out, 1-877-328-2783, info@winterparkwipeout.com

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