The pre-season parking lot party will feature the new PBP movie
and an autograph session with Sammy Carlson
OGDEN, UT Sept. 22, 2010 Call it a Winter Kick-Off Party! Salomon USA, in conjunction with Ogden ski shop Alpine Sports, is hosting a free screening of the new Poor Boyz Productions ski film, Revolver, for fans on September 30th at the Salomon USA Headquarters in Ogden, UT. The film will be shown on a big screen with outdoor seating in the parking lot bring your own chair and blankets! The event is free and open to all ages. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided along with plenty of fun giveaways.
Featuring several of Salomon’s top skiers, Revolver is a highly anticipated film for the 2010 ski season. Salomon athlete and 2010 X Games Slopestyle Bronze medalist Sammy Carlson will be on hand to meet fans and sign autographs for moviegoers.
What: Free Movie Premier of Revolver
Where: The Lawn at Salomon USA Headquarters 2030 Lincoln, Ogden, UT
When: Thursday September 30th Doors @ 6:30pm Movie @ 7:30pm
The 2010 film from Poor Boyz Productions focuses on the progression of and that factors that have contributed to the many great advancements in the sport of skiing. Revolver showcases skills of some of today’s most talented skiers in a high-action retrospective taking a progressive look at the many factors pushing the sport today.
We’re excited to bring this film to the Ogden community. We wanted an opportunity to kick-off the ski season with our friends and family, said Salomon International Team Manager Tyler Gigg. Revolver is a great film and an awesome showcase for our Salomon team.
Revolver features several Salomon athletes including Simon Dumont, Dane Tudor, Sammy Carlson, Charles Gagnier, Matt Walker, Mike Henitiuk, Alexis Godbut and Nick Martini.
Salomon, the mountain sports company. Salomon was founded in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps. Since then, we’ve been creating innovative products to enhance the performance of athletes. Performance led design is our past. Performance led design is our future.