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New snow park in IL. looking for rental gear

We're starting a new terrain park in Illinois and we're looking to by used rental gear. If anyone knows of any resorts replacing their rental boards, can you let me know through our web site. 540 Central Board Park | . Thanks, Steve
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Its too late in the year now man you should have done this in the summer. Everyones already sold their stuff.


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I know it's late in the year, but I still have to try. Thanks, Steve
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contact a few companies, they might be able to help you out. id look into burton, rossignol, and salomon. ive seen all of those companies used as rentals on a reg basis.

also, check out sports authority, or just grab up a bunch of boards off craigslist.

you can get a board/boot/bindings setup for super cheap at dicks or sports authority. any chance i can get a free day ticket for that advice? haha your place sounds like it could be cool. hiring? sounds like an awesome project to be part of.

also, i saw on your site that your looking for rails. my advice is to build inhouse to save money. just copy rails that you see at resorts like big boulder in pa, bear mtn in cali, and so on.

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