Sundance with Canada Goose
If you were to have told me five years ago that I would have the opportunity to attend Sundance Film Festival, I would’ve thought you were crazy. And yet, here I am, coming off an amazing trip to Sundance, where I got to attend films, try my hand at skiing (for the first time in years) and explore the quaint town of Park City, Utah.
For those of you that might not know, Sundance is the largest independent film festival in the US with close to 50,000 attendees. Films from all over the world get submitted and viewed and have the opportunity to win awards. And Im typically a big fan of smaller, lesser known films, so having the chance to view them often months before they are released was pretty incredible, and I was lucky enough to attend the festival with Canada Goose.
Canada Goose is known as the “(un)official jacket of film crews everywhere its cold”, and let me tell you- these jackets are warm! They were perfect for all the exploring, skiing, and film watching we did. We also got to explore the Canada Goose Base Camp, which was set up exactly like their Base Camp in Antarctica. Base Camp serves as festival hub giving attendees welcoming place to hang out.
It was truly a once in a lifetime opportunity- thank you Canada Goose!