Outlets of Colorado is looking for 22 energetic, fun guys and gals to be part of its Back To School advertising campaign. Live try-outs will be held on Saturday, April 24 at Outlets at Silverthorne. The event is sponsored by Glenwood Springs and the American Heart Association.Registration will be held from 9-11 a.m. Saturday at Outlets at Silverthorne. The auditions are open to school age boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 23 and moms and dads between the ages of 24 and 50 years old. Entrants are to complete a registration form available online at outletsatsilverthorne.com and bring it with them. One non-returnable photo must be attached to the registration. Each entrant will receive a great goodie bag filled with prizes and a $10 gift card voucher. Potential models will be divided into elementary, middle school, high school/college and mom and dad categories and asked to “Strike a Pose” while using a variety of fun props. A panel of local dignitaries will act as judges to select seven winners at each center who will be the Outlets’ faces for back to school promotions and throughout the coming year. Winners will be announced at approximately 3:30 p.m. and must be present to win. Each of the 22 winners will receive a trip for up to four people to Glenwood Springs June 8-10, with accommodations at our host hotel and resort of choice, Courtyard or Residence Inn by Marriott, where the professional photo shoot will be held. The trip will include photos taken at the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, Rock Gardens Resort zipline, Canyon Bikes and more. The winners also receive a $150 Outlets gift card, Tommy Hilfiger bag, a beginners modeling course, professionally designed modeling card, activity passes to Glenwood Caverns Adventure park, Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, Rock Gardens zipline, plus a 6 foot standee of a group photo at the end of the promotion. Seven of the models will be selected to star in a winter photo shoot at Sunlight Mountain Ski area. Voluntary monetary donations will be collected at the model search event to benefit the American Heart Association.
As the 2009-2010 season comes to an end, it is once again time for skiers and riders to celebrate another safe, successful season. Saturday, Loveland Ski Area will host the Ninth Annual Corn Harvest Benefit Ski Party for the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. The CAIC promotes safety in Colorado’s backcountry by reducing the impact of avalanches on recreation, industry and transportation in the state through a program of forecasting and education. “The Corn Harvest is one of the most popular events of the season,” said John Sellers, marketing director. “You can enjoy some spring corn on The Ridge and give back to the guys that are looking out for you in the backcountry.” Over the past five years, the Corn Harvest has raised almost $25,000 for the CAIC. Anyone that would like to attend this year’s event can purchase an event ticket for $60 at Loveland Ski Area on April 24. The package includes a lift ticket, barbeque lunch from Great Range Bison, beer from New Belgium Brewing, soft drinks from Pepsi, live music and a huge raffle with prizes from Bent Gate Mountaineering, Flylow and more with proceeds going to benefit the CAIC. If you already have a lift ticket or season pass, the cost is just $30. “The people that come out for the event really make it fun,” continued Sellers. “There are always a lot of smiles and Hawaiian shirts making laps on Chair 9 and dancing to the live music on the patio. It is a great opportunity to make new friends and give a little bit back to the guys that provide such a valuable resource for all skiers and snowboarders, not just backcountry enthusiasts.” For more information, please visit summithuts.org.
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