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Fancy hanging out with the YT team at Rampage, equipped with a media pass and charged with reporting on everything you see via the company's social media channels? Then what are you still waiting for?

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In the middle of October, we’ll be packing our bags and heading to Utah. To join us for this trip to the mother of all freeride events, we are looking for a “fan-correspondent” to report via social media and keep the YT community up to speed on everything that goes down at the event. If this sounds like something for you, apply now via Facebook or email:



Most of the YT Family will be in the Utah desert to attend this final event of the 2015 FMB Tour. YT Team Riders Andreu Lacondeguy (ESP), Cameron Zink (USA), Kelly McGarry (NZL), Yannick Granieri (FRA), and Robbie Bourdon (CAN) will be competing for the ultimate crown of freeride – and you, the YT Rampage Reporter will be right there with them.

If you ride bikes as well as you communicate, if you master social media and are intimately knowledgeable about the mountain biking scene, then you are the right man or woman for the job! You also need to be at least 18 years old and of course, you have to be available from October 12 to October 18. From digging lines to the final runs, you’ll report on the year’s biggest and baddest event in real time via Facebook, Twitter, and co! Thanks to your personal media accreditation, you’ll be able to move freely around the site, accompanying the riders and experiencing first-hand the raddest behind-the-scenes stories. Flights and accommodation will of course be provided by YT.

If this opportunity stokes you out, submit your applications and a short biography (in written, photo, or best of all video form) to YT’s Facebook page or via email.

Be as creative as you like, and show us why it’s YOU we should take to Utah!

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iceman2058 iceman2058 9/29/2015 11:20 AM

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Except they're paying for your admission with a media pass, flights/travel to the event and a hotel room while staying there which are impossible to get during that time unless you plan on spending $150 a night and booked it weeks ahead... yeah unpaid but an incredible week for almost nothing. This would be awesome to do.

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If I didn't have a real job where we are currently busy with new hires and swapping to a new site, yeah absolutely. Last year or the year before, this would have been the dream. You should taste the meals they make for the athletes or the hotels just outside of Zion wink

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