The Big Sky Ski Education Foundation (BSSEF) speciality license plate survived the July 1 chopping block when dozens of license plates for other nonprofits did not. As BSSEF program director Jeremy Ueland said the number of speciality plate options at the Department of Motor Vehicles has become extensive – a couple of hundred at least.
Big Sky Ski Education Foundation
A gigantic binder can be found during any visit to the Gallatin County Motor Vehicle Department. That binder is full of speciality license plate options – a major revenue stream for nonprofit organizations in the state.
For eleven-year-old Sawyer Wolfe and his freeride teammates, it’s all about going “mach chicken.” For those not in the know, that means straight-lining your skis, going as fast as you can.
It’s the second day of “speed camp” and Jeremy Ueland is the designated “dye guy.” He skis off the Ramcharger lift with a plastic tank and a spray wand like the kind you use to zap daffodils and other weeds on your lawn.