United States Ski Association
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Po Box 100 Park City UT 84060 USA
Ussa is the national governing body overseeing the sports of olympic skiing and snowboarding in the united states, and is engaged in membership, competition, training, development, and education for amateur skiers and snowboarders who are, or aspire to become, members of the united states ski and snowboard teams.
Grants to u. S. Ski and snowboard teams: grants to fund the competition, training, development, and educational activites of the united states ski and snowboard teams.
athletic events production: organize, site, and conduct elite ski and snowboard competitions.
domestic athletic and member services: conduct membership, competition, training, development, and educational activities related to amateur skiing and snowboarding.
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Do not donate to the USSA. Do yourself and the athletes a favor and donate directly to them. The CEO of USSA (a non-profit organization) is on a 659k a year salary with a 250k a year bonus plus two high end audis... yet, many athletes, including world champions, Olympic Medalist, and World Cup winners have to pay for some or all of their expenses year after year. If you are interested in having your name on a plaque and making Bill Marolt's wallet fatter, than give your money foolishly to the USSA. If you want to help an athlete succeed, then help them with their season's expenses. Most of the staff are on slave wages, most of the athletes are unfunded; but we still win many competitions against athletes who are funded by their government. Sincerely, an unfunded USSA top 6 World Cup Athlete.
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This organization is run terribly and needs a new CEO. Read review.
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Restructure the top employees. As a non-profit organization, there is no excuse why the athletes should be paying tens of thousands of dollars out of their own pocket to fund their careers. There is no reason the people raising money for this organization should be making less than 20k a year salary.