Eclipse Glamping Package

CONESTOGA RANCH GLAMPING RESORT OFFERS ECLIPSE GLAMPING PACKAGE, AUG. 20-21
Eclipse Enthusiasts Can Enjoy the Solar Event with Themed Visit to Bear Lake, Utah

Northern Utah’s luxury glamping destination, Conestoga Ranch, is rolling out the red carpet for the August 21 total solar eclipse. A one-night lodging package is available to help guests maximize the highly anticipated, rare occasion. Conestoga Ranch’s location near the event horizon will allow guests to experience 80 percent eclipse totality.

All-inclusive rates start at $195 per person based on double occupancy. Guests may choose to lodge in a Conestoga wagon, Grand Tent with en-suite bathroom, or Traditional Tent. The resort provides multiple private bathrooms with showers for guests with accommodations other than Grand Tents.

 

 

In addition to one-night accommodations, the Eclipse Glamping Package includes:

  • Special “Half Moon Pizza” dinner at the Campfire Grill Restaurant – wood-fired pizzas cut into “Half Moons” in honor of the eclipse
  • Eclipse Goodie Bag w/ solar- and lunar-inspired snacks
  • Special eclipse safety goggles
  • Morning Yoga with “Sunrise Salutations”
  • Breakfast at Campfire Grill Restaurant with fresh carrot juice to energize eyesight for the eclipse viewing
  • Eclipse Guide – how to best (and safely) experience the eclipse

For more info, visit conestogaranch.com or call 844-GO-GLAMP.

ABOUT CONESTOGA RANCH GLAMPING RESORT

Overlooking Bear Lake’s magnificent turquoise-blue waters just outside Garden City, Utah, Conestoga Ranch encompasses 18 acres and the ability to accommodate up to 178 guests. The glamping resort is designed to make camping easy, cozy and comfortable. For overnight accommodations, guests can choose from Grand Tents, authentically styled Conestoga Wagons, and Traditional Tents. Each is outfitted with soft beds and fresh linens, and Grand Tents feature en-suite bathrooms. Resort amenities include a game tent, Main Lodge with private spa-style bathrooms, Campfire Grill Restaurant, Event Tent, General Store, activities field, Wi-Fi, firewood and s’mores kits, and cruiser bikes.

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Inaugural Salt Lake Food and Wine Fest

 

SLARA PRESENTS INAUGURAL SALT LAKE FOOD & WINE FEST
A Series of Ticketed Events Celebrate Salt Lake’s Food, Wine & Spirits Scene, July 7-13

The Salt Lake Area Restaurant Association (SLARA) presents the first-ever Salt Lake Food & Wine Fest to showcase the emerging gastro capital’s dynamic culinary offerings. Advance certificates are now available for a menu of themed events that encourage participants to discover and indulge in the food, wine and spirits that have become a prevalent aspect of Salt Lake’s vibrant culture. In addition to individual events and educational seminars taking place from July 7 to 13, participating restaurants will feature special offerings and menus all week long. The festivities officially kick of with SLARA’s Salt Lake Food & Wine Fest joining forces with Eat Drink Salt Lake to promote the best food and wine experiences Salt Lake has to offer on July 6 at Tracy Aviary.

“Given the extent to which Salt Lake’s food and beverage scene has evolved and matured, SLARA believes this is the ideal time to launch an annual event that promotes and celebrates the fact that we have become a significant culinary capital of the Mountain West,” says Michele Corigliano, Executive Director of SLARA. “The Salt Lake Food & Wine Fest will feature a range of delectable events designed to showcase our area’s top talent while appealing to both culinary novices and connoisseurs.”

The following events will be held during the Salt Lake Food & Wine Fest. Complete details, pricing, and online purchase of gift certificates that provide entry to events at: www.slfoodandwinefest.com

July 7 and 8: Wine Education Seminars

Themed wine seminars like Vive la France, A is for Argentina, and Premium Ports will be hosted by Cliff Dining Pub, Kimi’s Chop and Oyster House, Finca, East Liberty Tap House, Manoli’s, and Cucina.

Saturday, July 8
Bubbles & Lunch
Location: Encore Bistro at Eccles Theater
Three course lunch and sparkling wine will be served at this new, downtown bistro. Music by DJ Christopher Gawel.
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, July 8
Meet Your Maker – Sponsored by Alpine Distilling, Beehive Distilling, Dented Brick Distillery, Mountain West Cider, Sugarhouse Distillery, and Waterpocket Distillery
Get schooled in the art of producing spirits and mixology from Utah’s local, craft distilleries. Music by DJ Christopher Gawel
Location: Park City Culinary Institute, Salt Lake City Campus
Time: 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Sunday, July 9
Wine Education Dinner and “Meet the Maker” led by Melinda Kearney of Lorenza
Location: East Liberty Tap House
Time: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Reservations not required

Monday, July 10
Progressive Food & Spirits Walk
Walk, dine, and sip specialty cocktails by local distilleries Alpine, Beehive, and Dented Brick. Music by DJ Gawel
Location: 15th & 15th neighborhood at Mazza, Trestle Tavern, and Caputo’s.
Time: Three start times at 6:00, 6:30 and 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, July 11
Progressive Food & Wine Walk
Walk and enjoy food and drink pairings at three participating restaurants.
Location: Stanza, Current, and Gourmandise
Time: Three start times at 6:00, 6:30 and 7:00 p.m.

Individual Restaurant Events, July 7 to 13 – visit www.slfoodandwinefest.com for complete list.

Check website daily – more pop-up events to be added.

Media interested in previewing the Salt Lake Food & Wine Fest or covering specific events may contact Hilary Reiter at Redhead Marketing & PR, 435.901.2071 | Hilary@redheadmarketingpr.com

 

 

 

 

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Not Your Standard Advertising Agency

When we say we become a part of our clients’ teams, we truly mean it. And we demonstrate this Redhead Difference in a multitude of ways that a traditional advertising agency cannot due to the nature of its structure. Many of the businesses we work with don’t have their own marketing departments. In essence, Redhead Marketing & PR takes on that role for them. This saves companies the expense and time in hiring and managing additional, high-salaried employees who cost more than our services and may not come with the same level of expertise.

We are also vastly different from the traditional advertising agency’s multi-layered structure, which often means their clients are not getting their top talent managing their accounts. Redhead Marketing & PR consists of a small team of only highly experienced independent contractors who specialize in website development, branding, and graphic design. They are not gaining experience on our clients’ dimes – they already have it! And our clients don’t experience the frustration of a revolving door of account managers and the time it takes for each new one to get up to speed.

Because we are passionate about our clients, who we prefer to consider partners, we seize opportunities to go beyond our scope of work. This means booking a gig for a band we are doing media relations for, making an introduction to a realtor for a prospective developer client, and even filling in at the retail shop of a distillery when the owner takes a vacation.

It is our goal to become a valued, indispensable resource for our clients. This makes for a productive, enjoyable, and long term relationship. Try going above and beyond for your clients and customers, and see the difference it can make!

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Alpine Distilling Wins Two SIP Awards

PARK CITY, UTAH’S ALPINE DISTILLING ADDS MORE PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS TO ITS COLLECTION

Traveler’s Rest 88 Proof Single Malt Whiskey and Persistent Vodka Earn Gold and Silver Medals, Respectively, at 2017 SIP Awards

Following a hugely successful result at the 2016 International Consumer Tasting SIP Awards where Lafayette Bourbon won a Gold Medal and Preserve Liqueur won Platinum, Alpine Distilling came home with two more awards for its craft spirits in 2017. The SIP Awards announced this month that Traveler’s Rest 88 Proof American Single Malt Whiskey was awarded Gold while Persistent Vodka was awarded Silver.

The only Gold medal-winning single malt, Traveler’s Rest is characterized by nutty, mocha and banana notes. This smooth, drinkable whiskey is aged in Missouri Oak and finished with toasted French Oak to accent subtle vanilla spice, which complements the 6-row barley base.

The 100% corn, gluten free, and non-GMO Persistent Vodka is cut with demineralized, lightly acidic water to create a crisp flavor that is delightful over ice or as a neutral spirit served in cocktails. Clean and slightly sweet, it is distilled six times.

“As a new distillery, it is especially gratifying that all four submissions have earned such high accolades from tasters,” says Distiller and Founder Rob Sergent. “We have enjoyed an equally enthusiastic reception from our local community in Park City and from highly regarded food and beverage industry professionals worldwide. We’re looking forward to expanding our distribution throughout the U.S., in overseas markets, and online.”

Water is a key factor in the superior taste Alpine’s spirits offer. The distillery’s Park City, Utah facility was chosen specifically for the water supply, which comes from an under-mountain aquifer that arrives at the distillery at 52 degrees, 354 ppm and at a pH of 8.0. Working with Water Science’s experts, a carbon-filtering and double reverse osmosis system was engineered to both soften and balance the natural electrolytes while reducing the harsh iron.

Alpine Distilling’s products can be purchased directly from the distillery and will be available in Utah State Liquor Stores beginning this month. It is also served by many fine Park City establishments.

ABOUT ALPINE DISTILLING
Founded in 2016, Alpine Distilling is an award-winning craft distillery based in Park City, Utah. We produce the highest quality premium spirits for the active, creative, and mindful individuals who are drawn to the mountain lifestyle. All products are certified Kosher. As a socially conscious brand, Alpine Distilling is pleased to donate a portion of proceeds to benefit local non-profits Park City Community Foundation and Swaner Nature Preserve. More information is available at www.alpinedistilling.com.

 

May Events at The Paint Mixer

PLAYING IT FORWARD WORKSHOP AND MAY EVENTS AT THE PAINT MIXER
The Paint Mixer will offer its first-ever Play it Forward workshop at its studio on Park City’s Main Street. This four-week journey, from May 16 to June 6, explores ways for participants to move their ideas forward in a peer-based group setting. Jill Johnson and Kirsten Gunnerud of Rocket Trike will lead the group in making progress on their individual project ideas, such as books, new business concepts, products or adventures. Founded by Gunnerud, Rocket Trike is a group of individuals who create workshops that inspire participants to live more soulful, heart-centered lives through the power of play, creativity, support and momentum. Johnson and Gunnerud boast a successful track record of using creative tools to help people, businesses, and organizations break through. For more information about this workshop, visit https://www.rockettrike.com/upcoming-events

“There are so many talented, creative individuals in our community who may have unique ideas that have been brewing for some time, but can benefit from inspiration, motivation and guidance to help them come to fruition,” says Jill Johnson, who also owns The Paint Mixer. “We think this collaborative, small-group workshop will provide helpful encouragement and feedback while enjoying some healthy camaraderie and collaboration.”

Designed to accommodate work and parenting obligations, the workshop will be held on Tuesday mornings, 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. Two one-on-one sessions are also in

cluded in the $300 fee.

The Paint Mixer’s Salt Lake City (Sugarhouse) and Park City studios will offer the following themed events for the public throughout the month of May:

Sugarhouse/SLC Events

May 6, Noon
New painting class offering – Unicorn painting
$25, all ages

May 10, 6:30 p.m.
Fundraiser for Utah Open Lands
$45, 21 and over, portion of ticket sales donated to Utah Open Lands

May 9 & May 23, 6:00 p.m.
Paint, Wine and Dine at Hotel RL
21 and over, drinks and food available for purchase starting at 6:00 p.m. and painting on wine bottles to follow at 6:30 p.m.

May 14, Mother’s Day, 4:30 p.m.
Mom & Me painting
All ages, $30

May 19, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.
‘80s Night: Paint a Record class
21 and over, $30

May 29, Memorial Day Mimosa Monday, 6:30 p.m.
Waves of Memories
21 and over with $3 mimosas offered

Park City Events

May 12, 7:30 p.m.
‘80s Night: Paint a Record class
21 and over, $30

May 14 – Mother’s Day, 4:30 p.m.
Mom & Me painting
All ages, $30

May 20, 3:00 p.m.
New painting class offering – Unicorn painting
All ages, $25

May 29, Memorial Day, 6:30 p.m.
Rustic Flag
All ages, $25

ABOUT THE PAINT MIXER
Offering a unique mix of art and entertainment for all ages, The Paint Mixer has studios in two locations: Park City’s Main Street and the Sugar House neighborhood of Salt Lake City. In addition to a variety of theme nights, on- and off-site events for corporate groups and private parties are offered regularly. An artist leads participants, who need not have painting skills, through fun, step-by-step instruction to recreate a featured work of art. Music, mingling with others, and wine/beer/food tastings create a fun and relaxed social setting conducive to connecting, discovering and expressing. At the end of each session, guests depart with their masterpieces and fond memories. In addition to theme nights for the public, The Paint Mixer hosts private gatherings for birthday parties, bachelorette parties, teen workshops, bridal/baby showers, and more. For more info, visit www.thepaintmixer.com.

 

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Alpine Distilling BAC Breathalyzers

ALPINE DISTILLING BECOMES DISTRIBUTOR OF BREATHALYZER KEYCHAINS
New Park City Distillery’s Mission is to Promote Responsible Drinking

While Utah’s legislature was considering a bill to lower the state’s legal alcohol limit from .08 to .05 for drivers, distiller Rob Sergent was already making arrangements for Alpine Distilling to become a local distributor of BACtrack. The sleek, mini BACtrack GO keychain breathalyzers are intended to make it convenient for individuals to ensure they are being responsible drinkers. Designed to quickly and accurately determine blood alcohol content, they are now available for purchase for just $29.99 at Alpine Distilling’s Silver Creek location.

“As a socially conscious brand, one of our missions is to promote responsible drinking, and I think becoming a distributor of the BACtrack Go key chains really supports that,” Sergent says. “We hope that having these devices makes it easier to be safe, law-abiding citizens, regardless of what the legal limit is. They certainly offer some piece of mind for those just looking to enjoy an evening out.”

In addition to selling the BACtrack Go keychains, Alpine Distilling has a package license. Traveler’s Rest Single Malt Whiskey is now available for purchase. The Consumer Tasting SIP Gold Award Winner, Lafayette Spice Flavored Whiskey is currently being bottled and will be available mid-April with Preserve Liqueur, SIP Platinum Medal winner, to follow shortly.

ABOUT ALPINE DISTILLING
Founded in 2016, Alpine Distilling is an award-winning craft distillery based in Park City, Utah. We produce the highest quality premium spirits for the active, creative, and mindful individuals who are drawn to the mountain lifestyle. As a socially conscious brand, Alpine Distilling is pleased to donate a portion of proceeds to benefit local non-profits Park City Community Foundation and Swaner Nature Preserve. More information is available at www.alpinedistilling.com.

 

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Grammy Award Winners Form Troubadour 77

 Salt Lake City-Based Troubadour 77 to Release EP Featuring New Music with Classic Rock Sound

Redhead Marketing & PR is getting back to our New York City music industry roots with an exciting new project by Grammy Award-winning songwriters and husband-wife team Anna Wilson and Monty Powell. Their new band, Troubadour 77, will be releasing its debut EP on April 7, and we’re pleased to be handling their PR campaign. Look for them at the BottleRock Festival in Napa over Memorial Day weekend! Here’s a press release distributed today:

Seeking to revolutionize the youth-dominated music industry, Grammy award-winning songwriters Anna Wilson (piano/lead vocals) and Monty Powell (guitar/vocals) have formed Troubadour 77 (aka T77). The band’s mission is to create new music with classic rock influences that appeal to older Generation Xers and Baby Boomers, two generations largely neglected by contemporary artists. Having been staples of the Nashville music scene for years, the husband-wife duo is now based in Salt Lake City with fellow band members Nathan Chappell (drums) and another pair of husband-wife musical collaborators Austin Weyand (guitar) and Kassie Weyand (bass). Troubadour 77 will release their “Troubadour 77 EP,” a collection of four songs written by Wilson and Powell, on April 7, 2017. It will serve to introduce the band to older classic rock fans marginalized by the industry and left longing for original music that resonates with them. Pre-Sale begins exclusively at iTunes on Friday, March 24, 2017.

Appealing to the modern music consumer who craves new content and continual engagement, the EP will kick off what T77 is calling a “progressive album” that will be completed over the next seven months by releasing one new song on the first Friday of each month, leading up to the full-length album that will be fully packaged and available on December 1, 2017.

Wilson says, “We like that we can leak songs out a little at a time to build anticipation for the full album. It feels like a win-win for listeners who like to get their music one song at a time, and also for the old school fan who appreciates a beginning-to-end listening experience. For those wanting the complete “progressive album” in advance, it will be available for download when the EP is released on April 7 exclusively at Pledge Music, pledgemusic.com/troubadour77 through the purchase of an Access Pass.

Collectively, Wilson and Powell have written a dozen #1 songs and countless album cuts featured on more than 70 million records sold worldwide and have co-produced unique projects that pay tribute to The Eagles, Billy Joel and the Countrypolitan era of music. Powell was a driving force in establishing Keith Urban’s career as the country star’s early producer and top collaborator, earning many prestigious awards for the songs they co-wrote. A critically acclaimed recording artist, Wilson has also written songs for Lady Antebellum, Reba McEntire, Billy Ray Cyrus and penned the International theme song for Habitat for Humanity International.

“As Troubadour 77, we are writing and performing new music with a sound reminiscent of the classic singer-songwriter and California country artists that helped define our generation,” explains Monty Powell. “We hope to inspire listeners to reflect on and celebrate where they are in their lives while reducing the need to rely entirely on the nostalgia of a bygone era for their entertainment.”

While incorporating a classic rock style, T77’s subject matter evokes today’s political and social issues, as well as the circumstances and perspectives of an older, wiser audience of music lovers. In the spirit of 1960s and ‘70s protest music, Wilson and Powell have no qualms about addressing hot topics like gun violence and control in the EP’s focus track, “I Got a Gun” and immigration controversies in “Open Home.” “Steal Forever” speaks to the challenges of recapturing the magic of lost love, and “Troubadour” is dedicated to storytelling, something this songwriting team has proven to be so successful in doing throughout their accomplished careers.

Troubadour 77 has already shared billings with established acts like Brandi Carlile, and will kick off their summer tour at the sold out BottleRock Festival in Napa, CA over Memorial Day weekend. Meanwhile, the “Troubadour 77 EP” will be available at iTunes, Spotify, and all digital retailers. For more info, visit www.troubadour77.com.

New Client The Paint Mixer Hosts Several Events in April

We are pleased to now be managing marketing and public relations for The Paint Mixer! With studios in Park City, Utah and the Sugar House neighborhood of Salt Lake City, The Paint Mixer offers an entertaining forum for participants to create works of art while mingling, and no painting experience is required. They host on- and off-site private events for corporate groups and other parties, in addition to offering fun theme nights for the public. The press release below highlights their upcoming kids camp in partnership with University of Utah, as well as an array of events throughout April.

THE PAINT MIXER AND UNIVERSITY OF UTAH PRESENT A PAINTING CAMP FOR KIDS TO DEVELOP THEIR ARTISTIC SKILLS DURING SPRING BREAK

Several Additional Painting Events Will be Held at the Sugar House and Park City Studios
Throughout April

The Paint Mixer and the University of Utah are partnering to offer a Brush into Spring camp for kids ages 6 to 12 during school break. Children are invited to develop their painting skills and satisfy their appetite for creating art with this fun, spring-themed class. Utilizing acrylic and canvas, kids will discover different expressive techniques and create a personal connection to their own masterpieces. Focusing on technique and development of individual artistic style, instructors will guide kids to a deeper understanding of the medium while they paint works of arts that will impress family and friends.

Two Brush into Spring sessions will be held at The Paint Mixer’s Sugar House location, April 10 to April 14 from 9:00 a.m. to noon and from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. The tuition is $215 per session. Online registration and more details are available at: https://continue.utah.edu/youth/class/yeart_85_brush_into_spring_painting_at_the_paint_mixer_age_6_12

Additional April Events at The Paint Mixer are listed below.

Sugar House Studio:

April 5, 6:30 pm
Fundraiser for Utah Nature Foundation
$40, all ages, portion of proceeds to benefit UNF
Paint the Eagle Owl painting. Earthwings will bring live owls to the studio.
https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5502

April 13, 6:30 pm
Fundraiser for Halo Family Services
$45 includes complimentary appetizers, 21+ Event
Participants will paint the Cosmic Arch. Portion of proceeds to benefit Halo Family Services.
https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5512

April 14th, 7:00pm
Hip Hop Night. Paint custom designs on vinyl records while enjoying the best of hip hop music!
$30, 21+ Event
https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5539

April 11 and 25, 6:30 pm
Off-Site Paint Wine & Dine at Hotel RL in Salt Lake City. Paint on the hotel’s “Living Stage,” and the event will be broadcast in Hotel RL rooms across the country. Space is limited.
$35, 21+ event
https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5519
https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5520

Park City Studio:

April 1, 11:00 am
Brunch Class with Donuts and Mimosas
$35, 21+ event
Paint Park City’s Main Street and enjoy $3 mimosas and complimentary donuts from Little Donuts! https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5509

April 19, 6:00-9:00 pm
Pet Portrait Night
$50, 21+ event
Participants can bring in photos of their pet and be guided on painting their own masterpiece.
https://www.thepaintmixer.com/quick-signup.php?eventid=5517

ABOUT THE PAINT MIXER
Offering a unique mix of art and entertainment for all ages, The Paint Mixer has studios in two locations: Park City’s Main Street and the Sugar House neighborhood of Salt Lake City. In addition to a variety of theme nights, on- and off-site events for corporate groups and private parties are offered regularly. An artist leads participants, who need not have painting skills, through fun, step-by-step instruction to recreate a featured work of art. Music, mingling with others, and wine/beer/food tastings create a fun and relaxed social setting conducive to connecting, discovering and expressing. At the end of each session, guests depart with their masterpieces and fond memories. In addition to theme nights for the public, The Paint Mixer hosts private gatherings for birthday parties, bachelorette parties, teen workshops, bridal/baby showers, and more. For more info, visit www.thepaintmixer.com.

 

Alpine Distilling to Launch with Four Products

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 22, 2017

Media Contact:
Hilary Reiter
Redhead Marketing & PR
435.901.2071 | hilary@redheadmarketingpr.com
www.alpinedistilling.com

 PARK CITY, UTAH’S NEWEST DISTILLERY, ALPINE DISTILLING, ADDS TWO SINGLE MALT WHISKEYS TO ITS LAUNCH

Four Premium Spirits Are Expected to be Available in March

 

Park City, Utah – Having won two International Consumer Tasting SIP Awards in 2016 before its products were available to the public, Alpine Distilling, Park City’s newest craft distillery, is now bottling both its Single Malt aged in used American Oak barrels and Traveler’s Rest 88 proof, which has been aging in French Oak in Park City. Traveler’s Rest American Single Malt Whiskey Barrel Proof and 88 proof will join the award-winning Preserve Liqueur (SIP Platinum medal winner) and Lafayette Spice Flavored Whiskey (SIP Gold medal winner) as the four products the distillery will introduce this spring.

“The early response we have received from media and those in the culinary and spirits industries has been absolutely tremendous,” says Alpine Distilling’s Managing Director Robert Sergent. “Now, we are just looking forward to having consumers taste and enjoy our carefully crafted products that are inspired by Park City’s stunning surroundings and active lifestyle.”

As a distiller, Sergent’s culinary education and passion for creating complex flavors play an integral role in formulating the distillery’s high-quality spirits. He comes from generations of moonshiners and is the first in his family to become a professional distiller. Having lived in Great Britain and Germany, Sergent crafts spirits that pay homage to the classic European cordials he enjoyed there.

The following details the four products that will be featured in Alpine Distilling’s launch:

Preserve Liqueur
A black tea, fruit, and spice liqueur offers a well-balanced sweetness and velvety warmth. The versatile cordial can be enjoyed on its own, added to a glass of sparking wine, and used as an ingredient for a wide variety of cocktails and culinary creations.

Lafayette Spice Flavored Whiskey
A complex mix of flavors makes this a unique, approachable bourbon-whiskey for both connoisseurs and those who never before enjoyed whiskey.

Traveler’s Rest American Single Malt Whiskey – 88 Proof
North American high protein, high enzyme six-row barley is chosen for this rich, nutty single malt whiskey aged in used Missouri Oak, Jack Daniels barrels.

Traveler’s Rest American Single Malt Whiskey – Barrel Proof
Resting in used Jack Daniels barrels for less than two years adds nuanced vanilla flavors which result in a chocolaty, sweeter Scotch whisky flavor.

ABOUT ALPINE DISTILLING
Founded in 2016, Alpine Distilling is an award-winning craft distillery based in Park City, Utah. We produce the highest quality premium spirits for the active, creative, and mindful individuals who are drawn to the mountain lifestyle. As a socially conscious brand, Alpine Distilling is pleased to donate a portion of proceeds to benefit local non-profits Park City Community Foundation and Swaner Nature Preserve. More information is available at www.alpinedistilling.com.

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Champion Paralympic Snowboarder Nicole Roundy Begins Competition Season

PARALYMPIC CHAMPION GRACES BEAUTY MAGAZINE COVER BEFORE START OF COMPETITION SEASON

Nicole Roundy, a champion Paralympic snowboarder, begins her exciting competition season this week on the heels of being the cover story for The Beauty Battalion’s January issue, for which she was handpicked by the magazine’s founder and accomplished make up artist, Missy Lovett.

“For the January issue, we wanted to highlight someone who is committed to reaching for and obtaining her goals despite setbacks while staying true to herself,” says Missy Lovett. “Nicole fit the bill perfectly, and after meeting her it was obvious that she is truly beautiful inside and out. We are thrilled by the response her cover story has received.”

After being on the cover of the magazine which is dedicated to featuring “real” people as opposed to professional models and celebrities, Nicole Roundy headed out on the competition circuit and is scheduled at the following events:

Jan. 24-27: NoRam and World Cup Para Snowboard Cross, Sierra at Lake Tahoe
Feb. 2-7: Big White 2017 World Para Snowboard Championships, Big White, Canada
Feb. 22-24: NoRam, Sundance, Utah
March 8-13: Para Snowboard World Cup Finals, PyeongChang, South Korea

Despite an impressive medal collection from her accomplished career as a competitor, Roundy says, “For me, medals are only a way of measuring progress. It’s never about the medal itself.  I want to be the best through dedication, focus and hard work. I’m at a point in my career where this is mostly professional. My objective is to go into every race knowing how to navigate the course to my advantage, to charge and leave it all there. I’ve been learning to enjoy both the fun and serious elements of this sport in stride.”

For more info, visit www.nicoleroundy.com.

About Nicole Roundy
In 1994, at just eight years old, Nicole Roundy was diagnosed with Osteogenic Sarcoma, a form of bone cancer. After aggressive chemotherapy, her right leg was amputated above the knee. She participated in various sports growing up and was introduced to three track skiing in 2002. Her love for the adrenaline associated with the sport motivated her to defy the “impossible” and learn to snowboard. Just four years later, she became the first above-knee amputee to compete in adaptive snowboarding, taking home a silver medal from the United States National Championships. She went on to compete in World Cup snowboard cross, slopestyle, slalom and halfpipe events and in 2014 placed 8th in the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi. Nicole is a motivational speaker and an advocate for both The National Ability Center and The Challenged Athletes Foundation. Schools, universities and global corporations routinely engage Nicole to speak and inspire. The 30 year-old athlete encourages others to live an active, healthy lifestyle. Her summer activities include CrossFit, yoga, hiking, wakeboarding, and paddleboarding, all of which keep her fit for winter competitions.

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