Cardboard Carnival

Cardboard Carnival

Saturday, March 21st  is the 4th Annual Lazer 99.3 Cardboard Carnival powered by Coors Light!

Grab a cardboard box and some duct tape, ‘cause it’s time to race your home-made sleds down Bousquet Mountain!

Get crazy with the paint can and you could win the Best-In-Show prize which is a $500 VISA Gift Card!

Win the race and we’ll hand you a Coors Light Refresherator!

Refresherator

To win, you’ve gotta be 21, and you’ve gotta pre-register. Do that now in the form below!

The Cardboard Carnival, cold activated by Coors Light and Everything that Rocks the Mountains, Lazer 99Ski!

Check out the video from last year:

Bring your sled made out of cardboard, paint and duct tape to Bousquet Mountain on March 21st ready to race! All entrants must check in with Lazer staff by noon to participate.

In order to participate you must fill out the form below and be 21 years of age or older! You can sign up as a team or individually. If you register as a team, the primary applicant is the designated captain.

Safety Disclaimer:
All participants will sign a waiver prior to racing. Participants are also encouraged bring and wear a helmet while racing. Lazer 99.3 and Bousquet Mountain Staff have the right to disqualify any entry if deemed potentially unsafe.

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