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Warren Miller's Ticket to Ride
Family Fun
Date: December 4, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm - 12:00 am

Location: Show map
Studio Movie Grill
210 E Trade St
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Tricia Wall
Phone: 704-688-2400
Email: trish@charlotteskiandsnowboard.com
Site: studiomoviegrill.com

The Charlotte Ski & Snowboard Club and Beech Mountain Resort are proud to present Warren Miller Entertainment’s highly anticipated 64th film, Ticket to Ride. Take an action-packed journey to some of the most exotic and sought-after destinations in the world including Kazakhstan, Greenland, the Alaskan Tordrillos and Montana’s Big Sky country with athletes like Ted Ligety, Jess McMillan and Chris Davenport. Get your "Ticket to Ride" here: https://www.studiomoviegrill.com/

Tickets are only $15 in advance and $18 at the door. Every movie ticket for this special event comes with a FREE weekday, non-holiday lift ticket to Beech Mountain Resort. Every movie-goer will also receive gift cards and coupons from Alpine Ski Center, Ski Country Sports and Sun & Ski Sports. Additionally, everyone will be entered to win adrenaline-filled prizes and vacations from our friends at SkyDive Carolina, Warren Miller Entertainment and more.

A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit local Paralympic hopeful, Jasmin Bambur. Help send Jas to the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia!




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