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A Denver magazine, bringing more to the party, from Denver to the summit! Featuring, Hot deals in the mountains, Yoga spin teacher Montana Neily and SIA events.

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    DROPPIN KNOWLEDGE WINTER DRIVING 10HOT DEALS HAPPY HOUR 47SHOWDOWN MOUNTAIN NEWS 40

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    THE SCENE COLORADO EVENTS 32SHAPE OFF MOUNTAIN WORKOUT 24LETTER FROM THE DESIGNER KELLY SIMMONS 8

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  • LETTER FROM THE DESIGNER:

    We are proud to say here at Weekend Warrior that this is our very first issue! Our goal is to have many more issues to come. We want to unite Denver with Colo-rados striking Rocky Mountains. Weekend Warrior is to call atten-tion to all you people that bust your ass off during the week, and can let loose on the weekend! Weekend Warrior wants to bring more to the party with you on our mind. We travel all across Colorado to let you know where the best parties are!

    In our winter issue we wrap up our Natural Attraction article featuring Icelantics First SIA Convention in Denver Colorado. We know that in order to party, and get first chair in the morning, you need to be in killer shape In our magazine we take pride in giving you the best off mountain workouts and have featured Yoga instructors like Montana Neiley.

    WE LIKE TO PARTY! Our concept is to bring the party to you across Colorado. A Weekend Warrior is a person who works really hard during the week and then can play really hard on weekends! We cater to those of you who are active, adore the Mountains, and Love to party! We will show you where the best happy hour deals are in Denver and along I-70. Dont want to sit in traffic? Thats fine Get cheep hotel deals. Also the very best entertainment that Colorado has to offer!

    This is our very first issue so if you have any questions or comments about Weekend Warrior please e-mail us at WeekendWarrior@yahoo.com. You can get in contact with us at (303) 337-9876. Make sure to check out are website, www. WeekendWarrior.com.

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    WE LIKE TO PARTY!

  • WINTER DRIVING TIPS

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    DIAL 511 ALL FOR TRAFFIC DETAILS

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    TIPS AND TRICKSBe sure you have adequate snow tires. If you have a car with bald tires, when your car hits snow packed roads it wont create traction. This will cause your car to spin out. Drivers should get new tires every two years. If you have four-wheel drive, be sure all four wheels are engaged. If your vehicle is rear-wheel drive, place sand bags in the trunk to increase traction. Allow plenty of distance between your car and other vehicles so you have time to react if they lose control. On a road that is snow packed, icy or wet it takes twice the distance to stop than on dry surfaces. Also allow longer stopping distances if you have anti-lock brakes. Be courteous: Allow other drivers to merge and pass safely.Reduce your speed when approaching intersections. Anticipate light changes. Dont accelerate through yellow lights.Take special care when crossing bridges, which tend to freeze more quickly.Have your vehicle checked before winter to ensure it is mechanically correct.Drive slowly, leave early and drive defensively at all times.Obey traffic-control devices. The presence of snow or ice is not a good defense if you are involved in a collision. Be sure your windshield wiper reservoir is filled with ant-freeze wiper solution, and make sure your windshield wipers are in good condition. Take time to warm up your car, and allow defrosters to clear all windows. Also make sure to clean headlights and rear lights.Use your headlights at all times. It helps other drivers see you and decreases your chances of a collision.Advise people of your travel time and routes.

    TRAFFIC DELAYSDue to heavy traffic on the weekends The Eisenhower tunnel has been closing the tunnel every twenty minuets. The reason is to make sure there is enough space for emergency vehicle to get through. From Silverthorne to the tunnel takes about an hour. A suggestion is to take Loveland Pass. On Sundays it takes two and a half hours to get from Silverthorne to Denver. A suggestion is to wait out the traffic and leave the mountains around seven or eight.

    GET OUT OF TRAFFIC!!!Wait out the traffic; at The Plume Saloon every weekend from 3 till 6 for great drink specials. Silver Plume is located between Baskerville and Georgetown where traffic is the heaviest. All you have to do is take exit 226, hang a left, take a left on Main Street and you will see The Plume Saloon on your left. Bring in this coupon and you will get your first drink free! And remember drinking a beer by a nice cozy fireplace beats sitting in traffic any day!

    CARRY THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR CAR IN CASE YOUR VEHICLE BECOMES INOPERABLE:

    -shovel-4 x 1 expanded metal strips (for traction)-tow cable-sand bag-eight-hour survival candle and matches (to elevate temperature in car)-jumper cables-distress sign-cell phone-dry food snacks and water-can of gas line anti-freeze-extra gasoline (well-sealed)-blankets (preferably wool)-warm footwear, hats and golves-flares

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    I 70 can be frustrating. Here are some helpful

    tips that can make your time on the road secure.

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    DRIVING TIPS

  • EDITORIAL

    EDITOR-KELLY SIMMONSkellysimmons@weekendwarrior.com

    PHOTO EDITOR-PEARL E. WHITEPearlewhite@weekendwarrior.com

    arT DIRECTOR-kelly simmonskellysimmons@weekendwarrior.com

    aSSOCIaTe EDITOR-PAIGE TURNERPaIgeturner@weekendwarrior.com

    Sr. FIelD EDITOR-OLIVE YEWOlIVeYew@weekendwarrior.com

    gUarDIaN OF THe LITERARY REALM-JAY WALKERJAYWALKER@WEEKENDWARRIOR.COM

    WEB CONTENT ENGINEERHUGH JASShuGhJass@weekendwarrior.com

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    ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER-AL COHOLICalcoholic@weekendwarrior.com

    SaleS & MARKETING MANAGER- LEE KINGleekinG@weekendwarrior.com

    SaleS & MARKETING COORDINATOR- MARTY GRAWmarTyGraw@weekendwarrior.com

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    This year at the 2010 SIA trade show, a Colorado local ski compa-ny Icelantic, blew their competitors out of the water! Icelantic had an amazing response from shops, reps

    and fan across the world. With an awesome SIA booth, parties at the Icelantic Gallery and their own Living Legends concert; Icelantic proved to everyone you can have a great time while selling the _____ out of skis!

    SIA Snow Show went on Thursday, January 18th through Sunday January 31st. For the past five years SIA was always held in Sin City, Las Vegas. This year The Colorado Convention Center in Denver held the first SIA convention. Rants, Raves and Parties took Denver by storm. Over 20,000 people affiliated in the Ski and Snow-board industry came to Denver to do a little business and a lot of partying!

    Through out our countrys recession Icelantic has proven to everyone that even though the economy sucks, they can still sell skis! Icelantic has been around for five years. Ben Anderson, the founder of Icelantic, left collage in Wash