Snowshoe Mountain, together with the West Virginia University Alumni Association and Adventure West Virginia, has announced that Mountaineer Football legend Pat White will take part in the inaugural WVU Mountaineer Camps this summer. The former Mountaineer and NFL quarterback will join radio host Tony Caridi for a live broadcast of the state’s most popular radio show, Sportsline, from the Snowshoe Village Thursday, July 6.
Officially dubbed WVU Mountaineer Camps, the concept layers Mountaineer traditions, social events and notable alumni meet and greets into a laid-back summer resort vibe with dawn-to-dusk activities for kids, resort all-inclusive amenities for grown-ups, and non-stop summer games, adventures and social get-togethers for all.
“Mountaineer Camps at Snowshoe Mountain are the next great WVU Mountaineer tradition,” said Sean Frisbee, president of the WVU Alumni Association. “Mountaineer Camps give you the perfect time and a great place to reconnect with your WVU family and guests in a picturesque West Virginia mountain setting.”
“Snowshoe Mountain has long been a central gathering place for group and family get-togethers from all over the southeast,” said Frank DeBerry, president and COO of Snowshoe Mountain. “With our strong ties to WVU, this is a perfect fit. It’s the traditional summer camp fully reimagined and customized specifically for West Virginia University Alumni and Fans.”
For more information visit www.snowshoemtn.com/things-to-do/wvu-mountaineer-camps