Intermountain Snowmobile Show Gets Off To A Roaring Start

Published online: Oct 22, 2011 News
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Day one of the Intermountain Snowmobile Show is now over and it was a great time for those of us who love snowmobiling. It's just about the best time you can have without snow. The show was all things snowmobiling and then some.

Sponsored by SnoWest Magazine and the Utah Snowmobile Association, the Intermountain Snowmobile Show had plenty of stuff going on all afternoon and evening from seminars to the SnoWest project sled build to being able to design your own hat at the Klim booth to seeing all the new sleds and aftermarket parts and accessories and prize giveaways plus a whole lot more.

And from what we could overhear, there was a whole lot of jawin' going on, too, with plenty of stories floating around.

Here are some pictures from day one, including one of Kim Harames, who won several prizes for just being at the show. Harames, from Ogden, UT, won a Cardo Systems headset communicator, Klim Powercross Pullover and two entry passes to the Rally in the Pines 2012 in Island Park next summer. The prize package is worth nearly $1,000. An identical prize package will be given away again on Saturday to one lucky show attendee.

Saturday's show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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