Warren Miller Entertainmant (WME) and mountain-based apparel brand, Spyder have announced a two year extension of their existing partnership. The two iconic wintersports companies most recently teamed up in Warren Miller’s 62nd feature film, Like There’s No Tomorrow. The film featured an impressive collection of segments by Spyder’s top athletes and sold-out at its world premiere.
Spyder has showed an ongoing committed to creating unique stories and movie segments in ski films. The latest film features Spyder athletes in seven of the eleven segments, including the movie’s opener with funnyman freeskier Colby West. Additional coverage of the Spyder team shoot in Portillo, Chris Davenport’s backcountry escapades in Tuckerman’s Ravine, Tyler Ceccanti killing it at CMH Monishee’s Lodge and Daron Rahlves’ coverage of the Rahlves Banzaii Tour had the 3,000 person crowd cheering for more.
“This was one of the biggest ski movie openings we’ve ever seen, and we’re stoked to be such an integral part of it. We’re already working on segments for next year’s film that’ll blow peoples minds,” said Russ Rowan, VP of Sales and Global Marketing at Spyder.
“Warren Miller Entertainment is honored to have Spyder renew their partnership through 2013. It’s all about strategic brand alignment, capturing incredible footage of world class athletes, and creating inspiration for our mutual customers/audience that we have in common,” said Johnny Alamo, Executive Director, Partnerships & Strategic Alliances at WME.
Check out the trailor for Like There’s No Tomorrow, here. For a full tour schedule and to purchase tickets for an upcoming showing, visit www.warrenmiller.com.
For more about Spyder and to view the current collection, visit www.spyder.com.