2015 MEMORIES

2015 Highlights

Take a glimpse at the amazing adventures and learning experiences that came together to make our inaugural Camp9600′ one for the history books!

2015 Schedule

Here is a recap of what went on during last years Camp9600′

3-5 PM – Old Masonic Hall (136 S. Main Street)
Camp Registration

 

4:45-5:15 PM – Old Masonic Hall (136 S. Main Street)    
Shuttle Rides & Bike Rides to the Kickoff Shindig

Details

Meet at 4:45 pm at the Old Masonic Hall in downtown Breck (Camp 9600 HQ) for a free shuttle ride or bike ride to the Breck Distillery. 136 Main Street. Breckenridge.

 

5-7 PM – Breck Distillery (1925 Airport Road)
Kickoff Shindig

Details

Camp kicks off with some Breck Bourbon and good stories at the Breck Distillery (1925 Airport Road).

Meet at 4:45 pm at the Old Masonic Hall in downtown Breck for a free shuttle ride or bike ride to the Breck Distillery. 136 Main Street. Breckenridge.

Appetizers and drinks will be served.

7 PM – Breck 
Dinner on Your Own

8-9 AM – Old Masonic Hall. 136 Main Street. Breckenridge
Coffee Meetup : Discuss “What’s your Story?”

Details

Fuel up for the day and meet for the group bike rides and hikes.

Coffee and a continental breakfast will be served.

Old Masonic Hall. 136 Main Street. Breckenridge

9-11:30 AM – Old Masonic Hall. 136 Main Street. Breckenridge
Bike Rides or Hikes

Details

Meet at the Old Masonic Hall, our Camp headquarters, and head out on the trails for biking and hiking. Bring your own bike. Or, rent a bike beforehand. Be ready to ride or hike!

If you need a bike rental, let us know: http://bit.ly/1LyC4IL

Old Masonic Hall. 136 Main Street. Breckenridge

11:30 am – 1 pm – The Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris Street, Breckenridge
Lunch With Chris Davenport: Stories from the Summit

Details

Join pro skier, Chris Davenport, and hear his stories of going big.

Lunch will be served at 11:30 am. Then, Chris Davenport’s talk will start at noon.

The Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris Street, Breckenridge

(This event is open to the public. Tickets for the lunch talk are $35. If you’re a Camp 9600 camper, you do NOT need to buy an extra ticket for this event. Your Camp 9600 badge will get you in to this event for free)

1:30-2:30 PM – Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris St. Breckenridge
Content Strategy & The Magic of Designing your Story

Details

Steve Bender from Green Light Media & Marketing will guide us through how to design a story and develop a content strategy. Roll up your sleeves.

Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris St. Breckenridge

3-4 PM – Speakeasy Theater, 103 S. Harris St. Breckenridge
What is the Story. And, What Isn’t the Story.

Details

Hear from a slew of experts on how to find your story with user-generated content and documentary-style techniques. The expert panel will focus on the elements and basics of a good story.

Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris St. Breckenridge

4:30-5:30 PM
Happy Hour Sessions

Details

Grab a beer, glass of vino or spirit and enjoy a rousing discussion during one of these breakout sessions. Or, bar hop and try to hit one or two of these.

  • Influencer Marketing with Pat Crawford, Inkwell Media at TWIST Restaurant. 200 S. Ridge Street. Breckenridge
  • Know Thy Audience with Deb Williams, Outdoor Industry Association at Apres, 130 Main St. Breckenridge
  • Analytics with Aaron Carpenter, HubNami at MotherLoaded Tavern, 103 S. Main Street, Breckenridge

6-7 PM – Breck 
Dinner on your own

7:30-9 PM – Breck Arts District (behind the Old Masonic Hall). 136 S. Main Street. Breckenridge
Campfire stories and s’mores

Details

Join Cowboy Poet, Gary McMahan at the Arts District for old-time stories, songs and even yodeling.

Breck Arts District (behind the Old Masonic Hall). 136 S. Main Street. Breckenridge

 

8-9:30 AM – Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center. 103 N. Harris St. Breckenridge
Coffee meetup: “Where to Tell Your Story” with AFAR Magazine

Details

Breakfast starts at 8 am followed by Jen’s talk at 8:30 am.

Jen Murphy from AFAR Magazine will share tips and insights on Where to Tell Your Story.

Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center. 103 N. Harris St. Breckenridge

9 AM-5 PM – Washington Ave.
Undertone Mobile Lab (sign up for a session)

Details

Experience the personalized consumer journey of tomorrow. This one-of-a-kind immersive experience explores:

  • immersive multi-screen advertising
  • beacons and interactive retail experiences
  • and more

Sign up for a 30-minute demo and tour: http://events.undertone.com/fplgobreck

Undertone RV / mobile lab, Washington Ave., Breckenridge

10 AM – noon
Hands-on sessions & workshops: photography, video, writing and campaign development

Details

Choose one of these breakout sessions. Sign up in advance at registration!

1.PHOTOGRAPHY

with Liam Doran, Sigma Pro Photographer

at the Randall Barn. 114 East Washington Ave. Breckenridge

2.VIDEO

with Rob Holmes. GLP Films

at the Community Center, 103 N. Harris St., Breckenridge

3. WRITING

with Colin Bane, Freelance Writer

at the Fuqua Stable. 110 East Washington Ave. Breckenridge

4. CREATIVE CAMPAIGN & BRIEFS

with Greg Williams, Backbone Media

at the Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris St. Breckenridge 

Noon-2 pm – Old Masonic Hall. 136 S. Main St. Breckenridge
Lunch

Details

Pick up your boxed lunch at Camp HQ and enjoy a picnic lunch outside in Breck or join a group bike ride or hike or take a break with some free time or jump into an optional session:

12:30-1:30 pm  Bike-To Session with Greg Williams, Backbone Media and Fynn Glover, Roots Rated

1-1:30 pm  Arts District Tour with Jenn Cram, Breck Create

 

12:30-1:30 pm – Old Masonic Hall. 136 S. Main St. Breckenridge
Content & Technology Outdoor Lunch Session

Details

Pick up your boxed lunch at Camp HQ and join a group bike ride or hike to Carter Park for an outdoor session on content and technology with Greg Williams from Backbone Media, Fynn Glover, the founder of Roots Rated and Andrew Vontz with Strava.

2-3 PM – Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center. 103 N. Harris St. Breckenridge
Sharing your Story Breakout Sessions

Details

Choose one of these breakout sessions

1.Social // Creating brand love with social storytelling:

Kecia Benvenuto, Smith & Beta. Formerly of Facebook

Koert Bakker, Kaleider

2. Paid // Pay and play

Scott Warren, Backbone Media

Rob Holmes, GLP Films

3. PR pro moves

Alana Watkins, Voca PR

Andrew Vontz, Strava

Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center. 103 N. Harris St. Breckenridge

3:30-4:30 PM – Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris St. Breckenridge
What’s Next: The Future is Bright

Details

Take a look at what’s next for storytelling from virtual reality to the IoT (internet of things) to augmented reality to personalization and beyond.

Speakeasy Theater. 103 S. Harris St. Breckenridge

5-7:30 PM – Old Masonic Hall. 136 S. Main St. Breckenridge

Closing Night Bash at Old Masonic Hall

Details

Sign up to showcase your story and work at the close-out bash (there are limited spots for the “talent show”). http://goo.gl/forms/2BcQNCmZcf

Or, just show up and celebrate the end of camp at The Old Masonic Hall on Main Street in Breck.

Cheers to the end of camp! Drinks and appetizers are provided.

Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St, Breckenridge

SPEAKERS / GUIDES

Learn from people who know, really know, how to tell a story, spin a yarn and make you feel more alive through their storytelling. Here’s a listing of our guides and presenters from last year’s Camp 9600’. We’re recruiting camp counselors for this year’s Camp. If you’re interested, holler.

Pro Skier. Red Bull Athlete

Chris Davenport 

Roots Rated

Fynn Glover, Founder & CEO

AFAR Magazine

Jen Murphy

Pixlee

Kyle Wong, Co-Founder

Greenlight Media & Marketing

Steve Bender, Founding partner 

Fathom VR

James Lee, Co-Founder

GLP

Rob Holmes, Chief Storyteller

Smith & Beta 

Kecia Benvenuto, formerly of Facebook and Co-Chair, SheSays Boulder

MJD Interactive

Jason van Peeren, Managing Director

Kaleider

Koert Bakker, Brand Strategist

Colin Bane

Adventure Journalist

State of Colorado

Luis Benitez, Director of the Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry


Gallery

Some photos and videos from amazing time last year. Take a look!

Camp9600' '15 Recap

What's Next

Elements of a Good Story

Sharing Your Story

Content Strategy & Designing a Story

Camp Hosts

These folks rock. They’re helping to create the first-ever Camp 9600’. Send them some good karma and give them a high five.

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