FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FLOW Sports, Hires Drew Satin as Video Media Coordinator
SAN CLEMENTE, CA - November 22, 2010
As the world of current video media peaks in our industry, FLOW has joined forces with an up-and-coming hungry cinematographer Drew Satin, to pick up and lead the charge on producing all relevant content for Flow in the 2011 season.
The Flow family is very proud to acquire Drew Satin to the Marketing department. Drew has been filming snowboarding since 2004, and is a graduate of Sierra Nevada College in Tahoe where he educated himself on the technical aspects of film production and editing. Living within the snow community of Lake Tahoe, Drew immediately gravitated toward what he liked best and began filming snowboarding. Working with pro riders like MFM, Travis Kennedy, Jake Devine, and many others, Drew has established deep roots and lasting relationships in the community. His filming visions and editing skills have been associated with such films as Hard to Earn, and The Arena.
Drew joins FLOW to provide a streamline and seamless video connection between Flow's customers, products and athletes. Taking a fresh look at the product and developing a cohesive story line that will connect the brand with its viewer audience is a huge goal that Drew is excited to manage.
Flow is an innovative snowboard brand offering an array of ground-breaking products, specifically snowboard bindings, boots, and boards. Perhaps best known as the originator of the revolutionary Speed Entry snowboard binding category, Flow also offers a comprehensive line of award-winning boots and boards. Flow has also earned acclaim for its world-class snowboard team. Flow's team riders have topped the podium in many of the world's largest competitions, taking gold at the X Games, bronze in the 2010 Winter Olympics, among others, and they have done so while riding Flow bindings, boots and board. Flow continues its mission to provide a better day on the hill through an unrelenting dedication to innovation and defiance of the “status quo."