The Wisconsin Ice Arena Management Association, founded in 1992, is a growing volunteer group of ice arena personnel dedicated to improve and standardize procedures and operations in existing and new facilities. To achieve these goals, meetings, mailings, and seminars are scheduled throughout the year to assist in the development of all of those employees that participate as members of the Association and attend the programs provided. The Association is supported and serviced by a number of prominent vendor members throughout the country.
Over the years WIAMA has dedicated itself to educating ice rink professionals and volunteers on the proper ways of operating an ice facility. With it's affiliations with MIAMA, ISI, U.S. Ice Rink Association, USA Hockey, NARCE, ORFA, NEISMA, and the WIAA, the future only looks brighter and we continue to seek new ways to get the message out and live up to our motto of … Sharing Ideas Today for Better Rinks Tomorrow.
Partnering with Scott CARES foundation is WIAMA’s next venture as we hope to be the intermediate between Wisconsin ice rinks and the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation.
An Invitation to Join Forces and Turn Cancer Upside Down™
We all have a couple things in common, we all hate cancer + we all love skating. Let's get together and Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer™!
Join me in Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer a fundraiser for the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation funding cancer research and Turning Cancer Upside Down™!
How to Participate:
- Register to raise funds for cancer research at www.mysk8.org
- Ask Friends, Family, and your network to Donate toward your goal
- Sk8 with us on April 8th then join us again for an on-ice celebration on April 18th! We are working toward our goal of $25,000 raised so we can include special Guest Emcee Scott Hamilton*
*Scott Hamilton is scheduled to attend on completing our $25,000 goal. Please help us by participating!
Additional Incentives for the April 18th On-Ice Celebration:
$1,000 Raised: All fundraisers who raised over $1,000 will be able to attend a Meet & Greet with Scott Hamilton on April 18th. We are also extending an invitation for you to attend our WIAMA figure skating track free of charge on April 19th in the Wisconsin Dells.
$1,500 Raised: Participants who raise $1,500 or more by April 8th will be eligible to perform a figure skating solo, duo or trio during the on-ice celebration on April 18th.
Only the first 15 fundraisers who raise $1,500 or more will be able to participate. You will be notified by the CARES Foundation once completed.
$1,500 Raised by a Skating Team/Organization collectively: Organization may choose one team from their organization to perform in the on-ice celebration.