December 3, 2010
Teton Village, Wyoming - In appreciation for Teton Gravity Research’s strong following on the social network Facebook TGR is giving their Facebook fans an opportunity to
TGR continues to be a leader in the online space and expand their reach through Facebook. “We have invested a lot of energy in reaching out to fans through Facebook. It’s a great way to share our content and give users a more personable experience” - says TGR co-founder Todd Jones. The TGR Facebook page is a source for the best ski, snowboard, and action sports content on the web.
This limited time offer is only available for TGR’s Facebook fans. Anyone who ‘likes’ TGR on Facebook will be able to view the “Jackson Hole Powder Segment” from Light The Wick and the “Antarctica Segment” from Jeremy Jones’ Deeper as well as enter to win giveaways. TGR is proud to give a sneak peak of both their 2010 releases and wishes everyone the best of luck in the contests.
A big thanks to all our supporters and Facebook fans!
About Teton Gravity Research: Founded in 1996, TGR is a world-renowned action sports production company and lifestyle brand. The company has grown rapidly, as evidenced by its expanding online presence and social media dominance. In April 2010, Alexa.com ranked TGR's website, www.tetongravity.com, the #1 ranked snow sports site on the internet. Much of the website's growth has been driven by increased video views; hits grew by 97% year-over-year during the 2009/2010 ski season.
Let's be real, 2020 has been a doozy. However, thankfully there's been no shortage of awesome-ness from you all - so we've put together a little round-up of our most liked Instagram posts this year. Check out the photos you liked the most from 2020 below! 1. This year, you guys loved the finer things in life: Like art: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teton Gravity Research (@tetongravity) 2. Huuuuge road gaps: View this post on
Everyone loves some good footy. So, we rounded up your top 5 favs from this year. Let's take a trip down memory lane, shall we? 1. Remember when Veronica Belle was the first ever woman to backflip into Corbet's, crowning her the queen of this year Kings & Queens of Corbet's comp at Jackson Hole? I mean, how could you forget!? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teton Gravity Research (@tetongravity) 2. Triple backy from this grom. Need we say more?
As skiers we're always talking about the snowpack and how stable or unstable it is, but what does that really mean? This slide in Hyalite, Montana is a pretty good example of 'unstable snowpack.' Triggered by a skier who made it all the way down before the face actually broke (one lucky fellow), the slide was a pretty classic slab avalanche. Our friends at the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche center broke down what happened with slide. Essentially, it was a slab of wind packed snow