Before this dainty little dancer was awwing the hills of Hollywood she was just another pint-size kid with pizzazz in Crested Butte, Colorado. Can you guess who she is?
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Like a toddler who just discovered a mirror, the world is currently fascinated with butts—a rising obsession that crested this week over the oily hills of Kim Kardashian, spurring an Everest-like race to plant other butt flags atop them. Show More Summary
Heidi Montag's sister, Holly, tied the knot with Richie Wilson in her hometown of Crested Butte, CO, on Sunday, and Holly's famous little sister was on hand to play the maid of honor. Heidi was joined at the wedding by her husband, Spencer Pratt, and the pair even shared a silly spin on the dance floor together. Show More Summary
Holly Montag, the older sister and sometime co-star of The Hills star Heidi Montag, tied the knot with fiance Richie Wilson this weekend in their hometown. Crested Butte, Colo., was the setting for Holly's nuptials, organized by theShow More Summary
MONDAY BEER LINKS, MUSING 09.05.14 What Happens When Bud Light Takes Over Your Town for a Weekend. After all the hoopla before Bud Light’s “Whatever, U.S.A.” takeover of Crested Butte, Colorado, I was disappointed in the days after the event by the lack of stories about how it went (other than the one, repeated over […]
More than 1,000 contest winners flown into Crested Butte, Colo. for a Bud Light commercial were stuck in the fictional town of Whatever, USA last night, as their numbers apparently overwhelmed the local airport and caused some to miss their flights. The lesson here being, you can NEVER leave the party. Anheuser-Busch spent $500,000 painting the town blue and turning … [More]
That blue horse did not make it through security, needless to say. The people of Crested Butte, Colorado, always had a bad feeling about Budweiser's three-day takeover of their town, which through copious amounts of "Bud Light blue"Show More Summary
As part of an advertising campaign for Bud Light, Anheuser-Busch has taken over a Colorado town called Crested Butte for use as the setting for an imagined new town called “Whatever Town USA.” While the campaign might seem light-hearted and silly, many of the residents of Crested Butte are very upset with the festival. Show More Summary
Not everyone in Crested Butte, Colorado, is happy that Anheuser-Busch will fly 1,000 young adults to the town for a weekend, rename it "Whatever USA," and film a beer-soaked Bud Light bacchanalia. "This is a mistake," said 20-year-resident David Rothman. Show More Summary
Bud Light's parent company Anheuser-Busch is taking over Crested Butte, Colo. as part of an advertising campaign and residents are annoyed. According to Fox News, Bud Light plans to turn Crested Butte into the fictional "Whatever" town as part...
Anheuser-Busch will fly 1,000 young adults to a Colorado ski town for a weekend of spring-break-style revelry, a stunt designed to publicize Bud Light.
-Lucky Generals teamed up with Paddy Power and Arsenal players for this anti-homophobia spot (video above). link -Residents of Crested Butte are not happy about the impending Bud Light “Whatever, U.S.A.” event. link -Traditional advertising is dying, and that’s okay. Show More Summary
Curbed Ski reports that good old Bud Light is currently turning Crested Butte, Colo., into "Whatever Town, USA," which will serve as the site for a highly-branded, weekend-long party. The streets are painted beer can blue, a giant gorilla has...
Last night, the Crested Butte Town Council unanimously approved a special use permit that will allow Bud Light to turn the historic town into Whatever Town, USA. It's all part of Bud Light's "Are You Up for Whatever" ad...
News about Bud Light's proposed blue-colored fantasy town in Crested Butte, Colorado has traveled fast and while lots of people in town are excited about the idea, not everyone is pleased. What's all the hubbub about? For the last.....
Residents of Crested Butte, Co.—a real place—discovered recently that their fair domain had been elected by Bud Light to be the host of a grand "Whatever" party over the the first weekend in September. Many are not pleased with this awesome, unprecedented surprise masquerading as an ad campaign. WHY. Read more...
Come create conversation, generate ideas, hack projects, hike, fish and mountain bike at the second annual Scala Summit! This year we hope to see the leaves change and you'll experience the glorious autumn weather at 9,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains.
Bruce Eckel will be hosting the Scala Summit in Crested Butte again this summer. The Open Spaces conference will be September 15 – 19 which is a perfect time of year up in the Colorado Rockies. The theme of the Scala Summit this year is Scala vs. Show More Summary