Breckenridge hosts second immersive marketing “un-conference”
August 27, 2016
Camp 9600, an immersive marketing and storytelling event, will return to Breckenridge for its second year Sept. 11-13. The "un-conference" will feature happy hour discussions, coffee meet-ups, campfire chats and small-group workshops centered around this year's theme: data-driven storytelling. Representatives from GoPro, Travel Oregon, Strava, Zeal Optics, Roots Rated, Matador Network and more will be in attendance, along with content creators, marketing professionals, and other leaders in the outdoor and travel industries.
"We heard from last year's attendees that Camp 9600 was the best conference they'd ever attended, and we're thrilled to bring it back," said Scott Fortner, co-creator of Camp 9600. "It just makes sense to use Breckenridge's natural environment and the historic Arts District—it's a living lab where attendees can find their stories, take part in hands-on learning and connect with each other."
This year, the event will kick off with Breckenridge's annual Oktoberfest, followed by hands-on workshops in photography, videography, design thinking and more. There will also be events highlighting the good, the bad and the ugly of influencer marketing, new approaches to social distribution and a final closing celebration that will feature some of the best work created during the camp.
To register or learn more, visit camp9600.com.
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