Here at Mammut UK we've had a pretty busy year and we're now looking for four UK-based climbers to sponsor in 2012. Fancy being part of it? Well, read on!
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As a Mammut sponsored climber, you'll receive an allowance of product from our range of clothing, hardware, helmets and ropes. We'll also give you exclusive access to Mammut Pro Team athletes which includes the likes of bouldering legend, Anna Stöhr and World Cup winner, Jakob Schubert.
So, what do we want in return for supporting you? As a sponsored climber you'll be an ambassador for Mammut, you'll keep us and the climbing community updated with what you've been doing and give us feedback on our products.
If you're interested in being sponsored by Mammut send Rob an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Although we're keen to read about your climbing, simply sending us a ticklist of routes you've done won't be enough. Tell us about you: your future climbing plans and goals, why you'd like our support and what you believe you can offer Mammut. In short, tell us why we should sponsor you!
Your application should reach us by 31st January and we'll announce the winners by 1st March.
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