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Event: The Big One to show at Snow Film Festival NYC

TGR is proud to announce that "The Big One" will be showing at the Snow Film Festival in NYC. "The Big One" is a compilation of 10 years of TGR’s most epic ski and snowboard moments.

The Snow Film Festival NYC opening night is only one week away, guaranteeing to stoke out Manhattan like never before with 2010 best ski and snowboard films. We have films from Standard, Absinthe, Level 1, Alterna, TGR and many more so now's your chance to get tickets while they last at snowfilmfestivalnyc.com. Dont regret it, Nov 19th and 20th is going to start the east coast snow season off with a bang.

Use the promo code SFFRIEND10 online for $5 off tickets!

The Snow Film Festival NYC, Walkabout from Driggs Bros on Vimeo.

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Cody Townsend and company head uphill towards the Aemmer Couloir. Bjarne Salen photo. An average day on the job for Cody Townsend used to involve being whisked atop a peak or ridge by a helicopter, ripping pow all the way down, and then doing it all over again. These days, however, a day on the job is more likely to include a pre-sunrise wake-up, a long hike, some mediocre-at-best skiing, and then another long hike back to the car. What could possibly trigger such a