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SAVE THE DATE: 686 Lights Out Returns to SIA Jan. 30, 2014

January 17, 2014

SAVE THE DATE: 686 Lights Out Returns to SIA Jan. 30, 2014
Press Release from Westlife Distribution

686 Lights Out, a charity event benefitting S.O.S. Outreach, presented by Electric, Skullcandy and Vans returns with "Blood, Sweat and Beers" during SIA on Thursday January 30, at Casselman's Bar and Venue in Denver, CO.

Come watch professional snowboarders and industry insiders step up for three rounds of hard hitting action to separate the men (or women) from the boys, all in the name of charity.

Guest hosts Danny Kass and Dingo, will be on hand making sure things stay on the border of under control and insanely fun, while a panel of pro shreds will sit as guest judges throughout the night. "I'm excited to see all of our industry coming back together like this," said Dingo. “Last year rocked and everyone is looking forward to what this year has in store!”

The participants and matchups will be revealed at the 686 Booth at 4:30pm the day of the event, and the main event will kick off at 8pm sharp at Casselman’s Bare and Venue. "Brand vs brand, rider vs rider, exec vs exec and owner vs owner – you never know who you will see put their pride on the line and bring it old school for a good cause,” said Brent Sandor, 686 Director of Marketing. "Be sure to arrive on time, we will be starting early and ending with plenty of time for us all to catch the rest of the nights festivities. You don’t need to choose this or another party, simply choose this then the next party. You absolutely do not want to miss this!"

686 Lights Out is ticketed entry only. Tickets are free and can be obtained from 686, Electric, Skullcandy, Vans and Grenade booths at SIA on Thursday Jan 30, and will go fast. Don't sleep on 686 Lights Out or you will miss out.

686 Lights Out is presented by Electric, Skullcandy and Vans. Additional support is provided by Grenade, Peligroso, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Ole Smokey and the entire night benefits S.O.S. Outreach, a nonprofit organization committed to building character in youth through outdoor adventure.