CSP partners with Tools4Boards tuning gear member pro deal

Ottawa, September 15, 2019 – The Canadian Ski Patrol is extremely pleased to welcome Tools4Boards as a new pro deal partner of Canada’s largest organization of volunteer first responders.

“We are really happy to be able to provide our members across Canada with special access to Tools4Boards broad offering of innovative tuning gear and tools, and world-renowned waxes for both alpine and Nordic use,” said Canadian Ski Patrol President and CEO Bruce (Zoey) Robinson “Our new relationship with Tools4Boards helps round out the tremendous benefits of membership in the Canadian Ski Patrol.”

With this agreement, the Canadian Ski Patrol joins Tools4Boards partners Alpine Canada, the national governing body for alpine, para-alpine and ski cross racing in Canada, U.S. Ski & Snowboard, united as one team representing the United States on mountain trails around the globe, and others.

“We are delighted to be partnering with the Canadian Ski Patrol, given its long history, its key role in assisting skiers and snowboarders, its members’ intense interest in the sport and performance products and its national presence across Canada,” said Tools4Boards President Rick Weissenborn. ”It’s a privilege to include Tools4boards in the pro deal program for members of the Canadian Ski Patrol.”

Tools4Boards is a Calgary-based company supplying tuning gear, materials and equipment around the world. It is affiliated with Italian chemical maker Maflon S.p.A., manufacturer of Maplus waxes.

Tools4Boards manufactures and sells innovative ski and snowboard tools, vises, stations and stands to a global market through select retailers and engages in direct selling through internet and catalog operations. For more information about Tools4Boards, please visit www.tools4boards.com.

The Canadian Ski Patrol was first established in 1941 to organize and train a first aid and rescue group to patrol ski hills. Today, the CSP is Canada’s largest volunteer-based first responder organization. Over the past 77 years, hundreds of thousand Canadians have volunteered for and received advanced first aid training from the Canadian Ski Patrol.

Today, 4,500 volunteers offer services at more than 220 ski areas from coast to coast, in all ten provinces and the Yukon, serving both alpine and Nordic skiers. The expertly trained members also provide advanced first aid and medical support to a long list of sporting and special events across the country, throughout the year.


Media contacts:


Canadian Ski Patrol:

Zoe (Bruce) Robinson, President and CEO





Rick Weissenborn, President