If you plan on skiing during the month of April, don’t forget your bathing suit!  Popina Swimwear was just recently named the “Official Swimwear of Mt. Hood Meadows.”  That means, for the entire month of April, Mt. Hood Meadows ski resort and Popina Swimwear have teamed up to offer all weekend skiers a discount in swimwear if they wear a bathing suit to the slopes.  Located in the Pearl District, at 318 NW 11TH Ave., Popina Swimwear is “the Northwest’s largest woman’s swimwear shop,” according to their website.

Popina and Mt. Hood Meadows have also created a one-stop-shop for you.  You can hop into Popina and buy your Mt. Hood Meadows lift tickets for only $59 through the month of April.  So check out Popina Swimwear in your search for ski “clothes” and tickets, and don your latest beach wear to the Mt. Hood Meadows slopes to receive 20% off your next purchase at Popina.

And the deal doesn’t end there.  If you dare to ski almost bare during any weekend in April at Mt. Hood Meadows, you’ll also be entered into a raffle for weekly gift certificates to both the swimwear store and the ski resort.

Popina Swimwear and Mt. Hood Meadows have also teamed up for the sixth annual Sno-Kona Pond Skim.  Popina plans to host a fashion show at the resort, which will be held Saturday, April 28, and one lucky skier will win two VIP passes to the show.  Sno-Kona Pond Skim, presented by Kona Brewing and All About Hawaii!, is a snowboarding and skiing competition where competitors launch themselves across 90 feet of freezing water to win a free trip for two to Hawaii.

Popina models will be flaunting their bikinis to skiers, snowboarders, and onlookers alike as competitors fly across a lake of frozen water.  So if you’re interested in skiing, snowboarding, or fashion, stop into Popina Swimwear in the Pearl District for a bathing suit and a ski pass, and don’t forget to wear that suit on the slopes of Mt. Hood Meadows this April.  Also make sure to hit up the Sno-Kona Pond Skim on April 28th for winter sport and summer wear.

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