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The Meeting Wraps in Aspen

The Meeting, an annual convergence of filmmakers, athletes and industry masterminds, just wrapped in Aspen. Here's what went down.

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“The Meeting was born because we felt like we could provide a setting to achieve our goals of getting people excited for winter, showcasing content filmed in Aspen/Snowmass, hosting industry and facilitating productive dialogue among snow sports business-people.” -Deric Gunshor, The Meeting Founder

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The winning NEPSA film featured Klaus prominently.

The winning NEPSA film featured Klaus prominently.

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Voleurz's That's Fine and TGR's One For the Road played to a sold out crowd at the Sundeck. The audience rode the gondola to the top of the mountain…

Voleurz’s That’s Fine and TGR’s One For the Road played to a sold out crowd at the Sundeck. The audience rode the gondola to the top of the mountain to catch the flicks.

In the past, the panel discussions were spread out over two days. This year, they were condensed into one day, which, according to event founder…

In the past, the panel discussions were spread out over two days. This year, they were condensed into one day, which, according to event founder Deric Gunshor, “would create a better working environment and avoid distraction of activities.”

D & E, a ski shop in town, had bikes for use for all Meeting participants. Kelley McMillan and Heather Hansman of Skiing Magazine took full advantage.

D & E, a ski shop in town, had bikes for use for all Meeting participants. Kelley McMillan and Heather Hansman of Skiing Magazine took full advantage.

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