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New Lifestyle Brand Provides Luxurious Winter Escape on the Slopes

Apres-Ski Weekend to Produce Heightened Social and Active Experience at Copper Mountain Ski Resort

COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo., Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reservations are open for the inaugural Apres-Ski Weekend taking place at Copper Mountain Ski Resort between December 4th-7th.  Guests will be treated to an elevated ski experience from the moment they get off the plane by receiving champagne aboard a private shuttle.  On the way to the slopes, they will toast to the weekend ahead, full of exclusive themed parties and ski runs, bonfires, hot tubs, and more.

"We've noticed an increase in demand for luxury weekend escapes. We brought the Apres-Ski Weekend brand to life to cater to these individuals and give them a variety of social and active experiences on the slopes," said Morgan Bucciferro, Event Director of Apres-Ski Weekend. "Guests can expect to arrive at Apres-Ski Weekend with others coming for the same reason: to treat themselves to an exclusive winter weekend."

In addition to nightly themed parties with DJs, hot tubs, and bonfires, the four-day excursion also includes party bus transportation, brunch, premier lodging at Copper Mountain Ski Resort, rental equipment, food and drink specials, organized slope runs, and 2-day lift tickets. Reservations range from $599 to $699.

Apres-Ski Weekend is hosted by award-winning event production company Red Frog Events. For more information and access to photos and videos, head to ApresSkiWeekend.com or contact Laine Rousseau at [email protected] and (513) 967-2095 or Jordan Diehl at [email protected] and (309) 507-2595.

Apres-Ski Weekend starts from the moment you step off the plane. Pop champagne on a private shuttle to the resort and toast life at a higher altitude. Rendezvous on the mountain and join an elevated weekend full of endless runs, exclusive parties, and the carefree apres-ski spirit.

Red Frog Events is an event production company known for its success pioneering the experiential entertainment industry and its award-winning company culture. Since 2007, the company has developed innovative brands including the Warrior Dash obstacle race series, Firefly Music Festival, American Beer Classic, and EventSprout.com. Red Frog has been named one of Forbes' "Most Promising Companies in America", has appeared consecutively on Inc. Magazine's "Fastest Growing Companies" list, and was awarded Business of the Year by the US Chamber of Commerce, among other honors. In recognition of its philanthropic efforts, the company was selected as St. Jude Children's Research Hospital "Corporate Partner of the Year," and has committed to fundraise $25 million for the organization.  Visit www.redfrogevents.com for more information.

Contact:
Jordan Diehl
[email protected]
(309) 507-2595

Laine Rousseau
[email protected]
(513) 967-2095

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