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April 15, 2018 1 min read

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Announcing our new Hagan Ambassador Program. We know there are a lot of Hagan fans out there, and we greatly appreciate you. We do almost no marketing. It isn't our nature.

If you would like to help spread the word on Hagan and encourage ski tourers to try Hagan gear, please write and tell us a bit about yourself.

Hagan Brand Ambassadors

WHAT IS A BRAND AMBASSADOR?

You can never have too many people positively talking up your business, right? 

A brand ambassador is basically a company spokesperson and enthusiast. As a Hagan brand ambassador, you should use and enjoy Hagan gear and learn so much about Hagan gear that “you could talk about Hagan as easily as you talk about your own children.” Okay, that's a stretch, but you get the idea.

What could you do as a Hagan brand ambassador?

  • Write blog posts about your Hagan gear—posts may include product reviews, giveaways, web site reviews, discounts and special offers.
  • Post social media mentions of Hagan and your blog posts, including using #haganskis #hashtags.
  • Post on Hagan Ski USA's social media sites.
  • Participate in Google Hangouts, Twitter chats, Reddit and TGR forums about Hagan.
  • Place banners that feature Hagan in prime positions on a blog or newsletter.
  • Create how-to and other videos of Hagan gear.
  • Attend expos, demos, trade shows, and otherwise represent Hagan, talking us up with friends and wearing Hagan clothing and gear.

We will have incentives for Hagan Brand Ambassadors. We aim to keep the program informal. Please write if interested - mike@haganskimountaineering.com - and tell us a bit about yourself and why you would like to be a Hagan Ambassador.

Michael Hagen
Michael Hagen


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Michael Hagen
Michael Hagen

March 21, 2019

Give me a call, Glenn. The number is below.

Glenn Brady
Glenn Brady

November 19, 2018

I would like to be a Hagen ambassador

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