7th annual Main Street Shot Ski aims to break Breckenridge record

PARK CITY, Utah — For the seventh year in a row, Main Street will be filled to the brim with participants lining up to retain the World Record for longest shot ski on Saturday, October 21, at 2 p.m., with check-in beginning at noon. Tickets are still available for the volunteer-led event aims to break a different record as well as raise funds for Summit County charities.

Last year, the communal shot ski used 528 skis end to end, totaling 2,800 feet; 1,340 people took the shot ski shot of High West’s Double Rye whiskey (or apple juice) simultaneously. Park City Sunrise Rotary raised over $40,000 for its grant program.

Park City Sunrise Rotary Club and High West invite 1,360 shot-takers to break Breckenridge’s record of 1,350 participants set in January 2022.

Sponsors of the event get two custom-wrapped shot skis and six shots to be used at the event, along with six High West drink tokens.  VIP Ski sponsors receive one High West-wrapped ski, three shots on the shot ski, and three High West drink tokens. More information can be acquired through Graff Public Relations.

Don’t forget to take advantage of Dine About before or after the shot ski with 25 restaurants offering $15, $20, and $25 2-course lunches and $30, $45, and $60 3-course dinners.

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