Vail Resorts hiring Snow Squad bloggers for 2011/2012 season

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Attention, ski and snowboard bums: Vail Resorts has a job just for you. This winter you could be riding out the recession at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly and Northstar-at-Tahoe as part of the Sprint Snow Squad blogger team. For your trouble -- a trifle, really -- you'll get a free Epic Pass, a full gear package and an "amount is to be determined" monthly salary.

To apply, build a social media profile and post a sample Snow Squad dispatch at Buzz.Snow.com.

Via Buzz.Snow.com:

"The perfect Snow Squad member is an avid skier or snowboarder, no matter the ability level, who is already sharing their experiences from the slopes with their social networks. He or she enjoys both the experience on the hill and the content creation process off the hill. He or she is a socially engaged person looking to become an expert on the mountain lifestyle."

If you get the gig, look for the Show and Tell blog's Today in Stoke team on the slopes, and try to keep up!

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