Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) welcomes PHOOZY, producer of phone and mobile electronics protection, as an Official Supplier. The partnership connects ski and snowboard instructors to the best insulated mobile device protection, which helps extend the phone’s battery life in cold conditions, so instructors can stay connected when they help skiers and riders have fun on the slopes.
“We’re excited to partner with PSIA-AASI and support ski and snowboard instructors this season,” said PHOOZY CEO Kevin Conway. “Their dedication, expertise, and enthusiasm gets more people outside, so they can enjoy winter and the outdoors.”
Conway said since more people rely on their phones to stay in touch with friends and family, PHOOZY products are an essential accessory for anyone participating in snowsports, since the products’ insulation technology protects phone batteries so they maintain a longer battery charge in cold and hot conditions.
“Some of our customers reported that thanks to their PHOOZY case, which helped prevent their phone battery from quickly dying in the cold, they were able to notify Ski Patrol and their ski partners after having an incident on the mountain,” said Conway.
As part of the partnership, the PSIA-AASI National Team will use PHOOZY Thermal Capsules, the specially designed phone case that extends the period of time that phones maintain the optimal operating temperature, and provide feedback for product development.
“Partnering with PHOOZY gives instructors access to products that will let them make a call when needed,” said PSIA-AASI CEO Nicholas Herrin. “To know that it’s always possible now to quickly connect with parents, students taking a lesson, or ski school managers, will help our members that teach, focus on the most import part of lessons – helping students improve their skills and have fun.”
PSIA-AASI members can learn more about the PSIA-AASI and PHOOZY partnership, and take advantage of special pro offer pricing, on thesnowpros.org.