Press Release – “Meeting” – Aspen Movie Event

Post by blogger | September 14, 2006      

Just thought I’d pass this along, as the Dawsons will be there! If you see us say hi.

Aspen Skiing Company wants to invite you to – THE MEETING – presented by Nissan, October 5 – 8, 2006. THE MEETING, will host the 4th annual NEPSA Video and Art Awards on Thursday, Oct. 5, at the Wheeler Opera House in downtown Aspen. This multimedia event offers athletes, filmmakers and artists from around the country an opportunity to showcase their talents.

Athletes are invited to create multimedia presentations using music, video, photography and other mediums.

Round table/panel discussions are interspersed with informal mountain bike rides and surprise events.

For a full schedule of events October 5 – 8, 2006 and lodging information,

“THE MEETING had a perfect mix from the ski and snowboard industries,” said pro skier Seth Morrison. “It was the first event I have ever been to that was geared toward fun and I look forward to seeing more industry folks this fall. Working together and bringing more people to snow sports makes it
better for all of us.”

WildSnow wants to know, is the spilled brewski puddle on the poster signing table an artistic statement? It’s rather symmetrical and has an inherent natural beauty…


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One Response to “Press Release – “Meeting” – Aspen Movie Event”

  1. Peter Jenson September 14th, 2006 12:46 pm

    I am wondering if I can send my video in for these awards. I will not be able to attend but I have nice short video that features myself. The video will not let anyone down. The website I provided goes to a short video clip on that shows the type of material that is in my video. Thanks for your help.

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