Dedication main ingredient of Chili Fest
Dear Editor: Snowmass Chili Pepper & Brew Fest, June 6-8, was a true success and couldnt have been such a fun, entertaining and incredible weekend for all without everyones dedication, hard work and support. As a signature summer kickoff event, it was so great to see friends, families, locals and out-of-towners enjoy the frothy brews, delicious chili and amazing music on Fanny Hill! We have so many individuals and groups we would like to give a huge thanks to: Aspen Skiing Co., for all their hard work on the site setup; the talented Alchemy sound crew; the extremely organized ticketing ladies, Anna B. & crew; Luis Mendozas entire bar and cleanup crew; Jacqie Stewart; the town of Snowmass Village (TOSV) police and fire department; TOSV planning and public works department; all our local ticket outlets; our extremely talented and devoted marketing company, Promotional Concepts; the entire Mountain Groove Productions, Inc., staff, who worked in all conditions with smiling faces to produce a remarkable event; and the many volunteers who donated their time and efforts. Of course, those volunteers that went above and beyond their duties, we cant thank you enough!We have such an enthusiastic and talented town of Snowmass Village marketing and special events team; we would like to thank everyone involved for making this festival such an amazing weekend. To all the local cooks and homebrewers who participated on Sunday, June 8, it was true dedication when the snow started falling and everyone continued cooking, with smiles on their faces while serving delicious chili and homebrews! A special thanks to the Roaring Fork HAMS Homebrewers Club for gathering your homebrew enthusiasts and your excellent display of homebrews very impressive. The Fifth Annual Snowmass Chili Pepper & Brew Festival was a success because of each and every one of you! Thanks again for your efforts and contribution of time. Our biggest heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended the weekend; we loved seeing you embrace the music, chili and brews in our gorgeous Rocky Mountain town! Cheers until next year!Mountain Groove Productions, Inc. Snowmass Village marketing and special events
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