KASK Presents Rider Hospitality Lounge at 2016 Winter Equestrian Festival
January 11, 2016 - Wellington, Florida
KASK Equestrian Helmets will ring in the new year with its first North American horse show sponsorship, hosting the Winter Equestrian Festival's (WEF) rider hospitality lounge throughout the 12-week circuit running January 13 through April 3, 2016, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL.
KASK Helmets built its stellar reputation developing, designing and manufacturing helmets of the highest quality and safety standards for activities ranging from downhill skiing to cycling. An expansion into North America in 2015 saw KASK venture into equestrian sport and establish U.S. headquarters in Wellington.
The KASK Rider Lounge, centrally located near the in-gate to the International Arena at PBIEC, will feature refreshments, comfortable seating, and views of several schooling and competition rings. Riders taking advantage of the lounge will also have the opportunity to view and try on KASK helmets. Helmets on display will range from the Dogma to Star Lady lines and will showcase a variety of personalization options, including team flags and Swarovski crystals.
“KASK is the new kid on the block among helmets within the American market and there is no better place to introduce these spectacular products than at the mecca of winter horse sport,” said North American Brand Manager Gianluca Caron. “Our goal for the season is to get KASK helmets into the hands of North American riders – from juniors to top professionals – and have them experience the comfort, safety, and style for themselves. Any rider can do just that at WEF, thanks to our sponsorship of the rider lounge.”
In addition to being available within the rider lounge, KASK helmets are available for purchase at Equis Boutique and Tack N Rider on WEF's Vendor Row.
While making its mark with North American consumers, KASK is also dedicated to building a team of sponsored riders. Young U.S. professionals and KASK riders Spencer Smith and Andrew Welles can be seen sporting new helmets this season in Wellington, and the roster of riders and ambassadors will continue to grow over the coming months.
Riders from all disciplines, including show jumping, dressage, eventing, and endurance, are invited to inquire about KASK helmets and sponsorship opportunities by stopping by the KASK Rider Lounge, Equis Boutique or Tack N Rider this season. Information can also be found by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 980-255-9936. Tack stores interested in carrying KASK products are also welcome to inquire.
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KASK's mission is to maintain a perfect balance between technological excellence, functionality, safety, and attractive design in its products. KASK is constantly researching and looking for ways to further improve the quality of its helmets. Now among the top brands in sports and outdoors, KASK is committed to maintaining the highest standards in safety helmet production in order to ensure quality and protection for the most demanding customers.
Beyond the sheer quality of the materials and the unique elegance of KASK design, KASK safety helmets for outdoor sports grant athletes the priceless freedom of knowing that they are protected. KASK's perfectly ergonomic helmets, produced entirely in Italy, were developed to fit the needs of world's top athletes, and therefore ensure the wearer of unparalleled comfort even in the most rigorous of circumstances. Visit KASK online at www.kask.it.