USA = no artificial surface snowboarding
...So why not?! It's fairly popular in Europe. Okay, there is a university with a small park. New Jersey will have an indoor slope/park soon, but that's just two places (one which isn't open yet)in this huge country with a lot of wealthy developers. I would think it would be great business during the off-season. With the right business plan, I would think it would even do well in a place where you could never snowboard on real snow. What am I missing here?