Looking for Strategic Partnerships for Skiing Baby Project
This post first appeared on a LinkedIn ski professionals group pages and then on Awesome Travel Guides. Thought it should also be posted here directly on Ava Kalea’s site so that her friends, family and fans will all know what she is up to.
Ava Kalea was a year old on 9/7/17 and we are looking forward to getting her on the snow this coming season. She received her first pair of skis for her first birthday and has been watching lots of YouTube videos of other babies skiing.
Considering spending a full month (or more) in Salt Lake City to ski at Park City or some of the other local resorts. Figuring 30 days on the snow will do her (and her parents) well.
Could potentially get Epic, Mountain Collective, or MAX passes and do some traveling – possibly having our baby ski in every resort on a pass …
We will be filming the entire process and progress – and posting daily on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. This a really great opportunity for ski and travel partners to get the word out about how great they are for family skiing and snowboarding.
Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on how to hook up some partnerships and/or the best way(s) to get Ava Kalea up to speed?
Hey there everyone! Ava Kalea just received her first work permit in the State of California. Now she is legally ready and able to work in the entertainment industry. While still a baby, she will be open to modeling, but as she gets older, she will be focusing on acting and developing her special talents.
It is with great pride, happiness and special gratitude that I am excited to share that Ava Kalea Kennedy was born this morning at 9:54 am. Stacia Kennedy did an awesome job throughout the pregnancy and labor, giving life to a 7 pound, 1 ounce, and 19.75 inch long healthy baby girl. AND she did it all naturally -without any pain meds (she’s tough).
Thank you to the midwives and great staff at USCD Medical Center, who are all overworked and under paid I’m sure. At the very least, they have to cope daily with aged facilities lots of varied situations.
I’ll certainly be posting more pictures and video real soon.