Poor Boyz Productions and Nimbus Independent are proud to announce the launch of a new event series deemed the “Triple Threat Tour.” The Triple Threat Tour is a newly branded event that will encompass three parts: a photo/art exhibit, viewings of the 2009 films Contrast and Everyday Is A Saturday, and an after party. The tour kicks off in Seattle on Saturday, September 12th with the World Premiere being held at the King Cat Theatre. The tour will then continue on to hit over 50 stops in North America, as well as stops in Europe and New Zealand. Check out http://www.poorboyz.com/tour to find a tour stop near you!
The photo/art exhibit will feature photography from industry-leading photographers who were on site for the filming of Contrast and Everyday Is A Saturday. The exhibited artwork will be from ski industry athletes and artists alike. This art and photography collection will include a silent auction with proceeds going to Alpine Initiatives and to aid in the recovery of Riley Poor.
This year, Nimbus will showcase their second motion picture film, "Contrast," which takes a unique look at the sport of skiing while examining the difference between objects, people, concepts, color, light, and the skiing of Pep Fujas, Eric Pollard, Chris Bencethler, Blake Nyman, and Andy Mahre. Watch and listen as the Nimbus crew takes you through the different thematic elements that set the framework for their skiing lifestyle.
Every Day Is A Saturday trailer
PBP will present their feature film release of "Everyday Is A Saturday,” where every day beings with a process. Whether it’s waiting for that bluebird day to come or countless training sessions before a competition, any skier knows that feeling: to work hard, play hard, and share epic days of skiing with their crew. Check out all the action from Simon Dumont, Tanner Hall, Jossi Wells, Dane Tudor, Tim Durtschi, Charley Ager, John Spriggs, Charles Gagnier, TJ Schiller, Mark Abma, Nick Martini, Matt Walker, Andreas Hatveit Mike Douglas, and more.
Come early to get posters signed by athletes featured in both films and receive endless amounts of SWAG from our partners: Salomon, K2 Skis, Nike 6.0, Atomic, Helly Hansen, Oakley, Tecnica, Marker, Dakine, Dragon, evo, Newschoolers, Kicker, Skullcandy, Bula, Bern, Freeskier, Dragon, SBC Skier and Red Bull.
This premiere (and many others) will sell out fast, so be sure to get your tickets early at https://poorboyzstore.com/products/Premier%2BTickets. Come join us with the rest of your local ski community to celebrate the past season and get excited for the upcoming winter! Snow will be falling before we know it, so get your city’s collective stoke on with the Triple Threat Tour!!!
Triple Threat Tour Teaser
But wait, that's not all! It's contest time! Poor Boyz and Nimbus are hooking you up with a chance to score yourself a VIP all-access pass to the World Premiere of Every Day Is A Saturday and Contrast in Seattle at the King Cat Theatre on Saturday, September 12th. All you have to do is correctly answer the five trivia questions below for your chance to win. Place your guesses in the comments below before this Friday (August 28th) at midnight. The contest will then close, and the guys at PBP will go through your guesses and put the usernames of those who answer all five questions correctly into a random draw for the win. Then the winner will be announced sometime next week right here on NS via a sticky thread in Ski Gabber. The winner will receive a VIP all-access pass to the World Premiere in Seattle where he or she will get to watch the films right alongside the athletes in the VIP section (and then head to the rocking afterparty), along with a bag of goodies from Poor Boyz.
BUT...before you get all excited and scroll past this for your chance to win, here's two quick rules that you NEED to read and be aware of...
-You MUST be 21+ to enter, and you will need to show proper ID the night of the show to enter.
-You MUST be able to make it to the show on your own (ie: provide your own transportation, accommodations, etc).
1) What was the date of the first ever Triple Threat Premiere?
2) When was Tim Durtschi's first appearance at Triple Threat Appearance (date & which Triple Threat)?
3) What was the exact number (in inches) of Mt. Baker's record snowfall & what year did that take place?
4) Who is the only athlete who's attended all four Triple Threats so far (2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008)?
5) In its 5th year the Triple Threat is changing venues. What venue was it stationed at for the last 4 years and what venue is it going to?
Happy guessing, and we hope to see you in Seattle, or at any of the other stops across the globe!