"I Ride Park City" Releases Full-Length Park Film, "IRPC"
· "IRPC" Shot Entirely at Park City Mountain Resort, Features Visiting and Local Pros
· Film To Be Released Online in Chapters, Will Post in its Entirety Nov 1
· World Premiere Saturday, Sept 22 at Park City's Town Lift Plaza
Park City, Utah (September 20, 2012) – "I Ride Park City" debuts its own original full-length park film this Saturday, September 22, 2012 with the world premiere of "IRPC," a stunning showcase of the high level of riding going on every day at Park City Mountain Resort, with appearances from some of snowboarding's biggest names.
The evening begins with a 7 p.m. autograph session with some of the film's featured riders, followed by "IRPC"'s long-awaited world premiere at Town Lift Plaza on Main Street. The event is free and the public is welcome.
"IRPC" was shot entirely in the terrain parks and Eagle Superpipe at Park City Mountain Resort with some of snowboarding's most progressive riders, including local Park City All Stars: Dan Brisse, Kazu Kokubo, Sage Kotsenburg and Bode Merrill; and visiting pros: Chris Grenier, Zak Hale, Brandon Hobush and Scott Stevens. The film will be released online in four sneak peeks at www.irideparkcity.tv, one a week beginning in October, before appearing in its full running length beginning November 1.
Media Note: Images from the premiere will be available by request. Attached to this release is a logo for the "IRPC" film.
About "I Ride Park City"
"I Ride Park City," Park City Mountain Resort's action sports brand, is consistently named among the top terrain parks in the country. Park City Mountain Resort is located in the heart of Park City, Utah and is only a 35-minute drive from the Salt Lake City International Airport. For more information, visit www.irideparkcity.tv.