Equipe Sport Welcomes New Manager to Mt. Snow Location

first_imgWilbur Rice, owner of Equipe Sport, is pleased to announce that Tom Byrnes has taken the management reins of the Equipe Sport and Mtn. Riders shop at Mount Snow.Tom Byrnes is a passionate skier, rider, biker and fly fisherman with more than twenty years of experience in outdoor sales and retail management, and has held positions at the Alpine Shop in Saratoga Springs, New York, the L.L. Bean location in West Lebanon, New Hampshire, and, most recently, at the Killington Resort Shop.”Customer Service is the keystone of our operation”, says Rice. “When potential customers visit any of our locations, they’re dealt with fairly by people who know what they’re talking about& people who use the equipment, ride the bikes, ride the boards, whatever. That goes for management as well as sales staff, which is why we’re so pleased to welcome Tom to the Equipe family.Equipe Sport and Mtn. Riders shops are located in Rawsonville, Stratton Mountain and on the Mount Snow Access Road, at Mount Snow, in West Dover. The Mount Snow locations are open seven days a week until 5 p.m. For more information, call 802-464-2222 or visit online at equipesport.com.last_img read more

GFF honours former Golden Jaguars defender Walter Moore

first_imgTHE Guyana Football Federation (GFF) has honoured former Golden Jaguars defender Walter Moore, who recently wrapped up a Talent Identification initiative to Guyana.This was done via a presentation of a plaque by the president, Wayne Forde, while on a visit to the National U-17 camp in New Amsterdam, Berbice, last Saturday.Forde, in presenting the plaque said, “It is indeed an honour and privilege for me to be able to give you this plaque today. You have done a tremendous service to Guyana’s football over the years, I’m personally proud of you; I’m sure we all are.”The plaque, which had the inscription: “In recognition of your remarkable career and long service to Guyana’s football. We say thank you for being a shining example and inspiration on and off the field of play”, was received by Moore with much surprise and to the applause of the U-17 squad.Moore and his club coach Kristian Heames conducted a Talent Identification programme in Guyana where they participated in the National U-17 camp along with Gregory Richardson, another national player.The Talent ID initiative sought to identify potential players for trials and possible professional contracts in Europe.This initiative is part of the new philosophy of the technical programme of the GFF which actively seeks to involve past and present national players as part of the technical development programme.last_img read more