So, I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that if you are involved in the snowboard world in any capacity, you probably heard of "The Community Project." If not, then let me back up for a second. "Community Project" was a project involving hard hitting pro's like Travis Rice, JJ Thomas, Zach Leach, Tyler Lepore, the man himself: Terje Haakonsen, Shaun White, Eero Ettala, etc. Anyways, it was amazing. It was a film that brought all of these guys (unfortunately it was a dude fest, and no women were featured) to come out and film together, regardless of your sponsors, your team, or any of the politics that follows professional snowboarding. So, long story short, it was ground breaking. Well, that was 2 years ago. We hadn't heard anything from Travis Rice until NOW. Quiksilver and Red Bull are sponsoring the new flm: "That's It, That's All."
Although the film won't be released for a month or so, there will be a Seattle premier at the King Cat Theater. Here's the skinny:
SEATTLE SATURDAY OCT. 11th
8pm , doors at 7pm
King Cat Theater
2130 6th Ave. downtown Seattle
Tickets $10 available NOW
at SnoCon, Evo, Quiksilver Store and
I HIGHLY suggest attending this event!!! Even if watching pro shreds throw down ISN'T your thing, I guarantee the movie (or the bar, what what!) will keep you entertained. There is ALWAYS an after party, and it's ALWAYS a good time.
So, come out, watch some shredding, slap some high fives, and start the stoke for the winter to come!!
In the mean time, here's a teaser:
See ya out there!