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  • Spencer O’Brien Leaves Burton, joins Nike 6.0
From her blog:
 
For the last two months I’ve been holding my breath, dying to let out the big news. I’m sure some of you are already aware, but for those who aren’t, I made the decision to leave my long time sponsor Burton and start a new adventure with Nike 6.0. The paperwork got finished up back in late October while I was in Portland for my first ever trip to the Nike Campus. Signed, sealed and soon to be delivered I am officially now a part of the Nike 6.0 team and the their first female running head to toe. Pretty exciting news no? Well, even if you aren’t, I am super excited about my new relationship and all of the new opportunities that come with being a part of the Nike family.

Even with all of the excitement it doesn’t come without a bit of sadness as I am no longer apart of the Burton family. I’ve ridden for Burton on some level since I was 14 years old and it’s actually the only gear I have ever ridden on. My time with them was more than amazing, everyone who works there from top to bottom is great and I’m coming away with so many great memories and a lot of great friends. Everyone there already knows, but I am so grateful for everything they’ve done for me, all of the support and opportunities I was given during my 8 years there won’t be forgotten. I’m really happy to say that my departure was on good terms and they were really understanding when it came to my decision. A huge thank you to Jake, Donna, Susie, Bryan, Chaka, Zack and Karen. You guys rule, thanks for making my time at Burton so great.

Another new relationship also came about during the last few months. I am now working with Wasserman Media Group and Steve Ruff. I’m really excited to have Steve handling the business end and to have my career in such capable hands.

My trip to campus went super well and it was great to meet a lot of the people I will be working with over the next few years. Campus is nuts and really puts into perspective how big Nike really is. I’m super excited about being apart of the team and helping them grow within snowboarding and action sports.

(Photo credit: Dean ‘Blotto’ Grey, Aspen CO 2009)

    Spencer O’Brien Leaves Burton, joins Nike 6.0

    From her blog:

     

    For the last two months I’ve been holding my breath, dying to let out the big news. I’m sure some of you are already aware, but for those who aren’t, I made the decision to leave my long time sponsor Burton and start a new adventure with Nike 6.0. The paperwork got finished up back in late October while I was in Portland for my first ever trip to the Nike Campus. Signed, sealed and soon to be delivered I am officially now a part of the Nike 6.0 team and the their first female running head to toe. Pretty exciting news no? Well, even if you aren’t, I am super excited about my new relationship and all of the new opportunities that come with being a part of the Nike family.

    Even with all of the excitement it doesn’t come without a bit of sadness as I am no longer apart of the Burton family. I’ve ridden for Burton on some level since I was 14 years old and it’s actually the only gear I have ever ridden on. My time with them was more than amazing, everyone who works there from top to bottom is great and I’m coming away with so many great memories and a lot of great friends. Everyone there already knows, but I am so grateful for everything they’ve done for me, all of the support and opportunities I was given during my 8 years there won’t be forgotten. I’m really happy to say that my departure was on good terms and they were really understanding when it came to my decision. A huge thank you to Jake, Donna, Susie, Bryan, Chaka, Zack and Karen. You guys rule, thanks for making my time at Burton so great.

    Another new relationship also came about during the last few months. I am now working with Wasserman Media Group and Steve Ruff. I’m really excited to have Steve handling the business end and to have my career in such capable hands.

    My trip to campus went super well and it was great to meet a lot of the people I will be working with over the next few years. Campus is nuts and really puts into perspective how big Nike really is. I’m super excited about being apart of the team and helping them grow within snowboarding and action sports.

    (Photo credit: Dean ‘Blotto’ Grey, Aspen CO 2009)


    Spencer O’Brien Leaves Burton, joins Nike 6.0

    From her blog:

     

    For the last two months I’ve been holding my breath, dying to let out the big news. I’m sure some of you are already aware, but for those who aren’t, I made the decision to leave my long time sponsor Burton and start a new adventure with Nike 6.0. The paperwork got finished up back in late October while I was in Portland for my first ever trip to the Nike Campus. Signed, sealed and soon to be delivered I am officially now a part of the Nike 6.0 team and the their first female running head to toe. Pretty exciting news no? Well, even if you aren’t, I am super excited about my new relationship and all of the new opportunities that come with being a part of the Nike family.

    Even with all of the excitement it doesn’t come without a bit of sadness as I am no longer apart of the Burton family. I’ve ridden for Burton on some level since I was 14 years old and it’s actually the only gear I have ever ridden on. My time with them was more than amazing, everyone who works there from top to bottom is great and I’m coming away with so many great memories and a lot of great friends. Everyone there already knows, but I am so grateful for everything they’ve done for me, all of the support and opportunities I was given during my 8 years there won’t be forgotten. I’m really happy to say that my departure was on good terms and they were really understanding when it came to my decision. A huge thank you to Jake, Donna, Susie, Bryan, Chaka, Zack and Karen. You guys rule, thanks for making my time at Burton so great.

    Another new relationship also came about during the last few months. I am now working with Wasserman Media Group and Steve Ruff. I’m really excited to have Steve handling the business end and to have my career in such capable hands.

    My trip to campus went super well and it was great to meet a lot of the people I will be working with over the next few years. Campus is nuts and really puts into perspective how big Nike really is. I’m super excited about being apart of the team and helping them grow within snowboarding and action sports.

    (Photo credit: Dean ‘Blotto’ Grey, Aspen CO 2009)



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