Tag: Jordan Romero

Warren Miller Screening / Team Jordan Operation Antarctica Send Off – Thursday, December 8th!

Big Bear, Ca, November 6, 2011, 8:00am- Team Jordan is one week closer to their departure for Antarctica.  The team will be heading to climb Mount Vincent Massif in Antarctica, and once the summit is reached, they will have completed the seven summits, the seven highest peaks on each of the seven continents.  The team, comprised of Jordan and Paul Romero and Karen Lundgren, will also become the first family to complete the seven summits together, and Jordan will become the youngest person ever to complete the seven summits.  In preparation for their journey, the team will be celebrating ski and snowboard season by hosting this year’s Warren Miller film “Like There’s No Tomorrow.”  Warren Miller films for the last 62 years act as the big kick off to ski and snowboard season, and for the last three years Team Jordan has hosted the films in Big Bear.  The screening will also be a big send off for Team Jordan, before they depart for Antarctica.  Everyone is invited to attend the screening and send off, and attendees will have the chance to win some amazing prizes.  The screening will start at 6:30pm, with doors opening to the Performing Arts Center at 6:00pm.  Tickets are available at the door, or prior to the event at Goldsmiths Boardhouse, the Big Bear Book and Bean, Mountain Fitness Center, and Bear Valley Bikes. ...

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Azteca Grill Holds Fundraiser For Team Jordan

Big Bear, Ca, November 28, 2011, 5:00pm – Team Jordan is gearing up for the last mountain in their quest to climb the seven summits. The team, comprised of 15 year Jordan Romero, dad Paul Romero, and Jordan’s step-mom Karen Lundgren, has already conquered six of the seven summits, and is now getting ready to head to Mount Vincent Massif in Antarctica.  Two years ago the team made two world records when Jordan was the youngest person to summit Mount Everest at the age of 13, and the team was the first family to stand together at the summit of Everest.  In between climbing Mount Everest and gearing up for Antarctica the team has also been checking off states in their quest to climb the highest peak in each of the 50 states.  So far the team has covered most of the upper east coast, and coastal west coast areas.  The Azteca Grill will be hosting a $1 taco fundraiser for the team on Wednesday, November 30th, from 3:00pm to 9:00pm.  The community is invited to support Team Jordan, and to have some tasty tacos in the process.  Attendees will be able to purchase tickets to the Warren Miller movie screening and Team Jordan send off that will take place on Thursday, December 8th.  For more information about Team Jordan go to...

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Taco’s For Antarctica at Azteca Grill

Support Team Jordan by getting some Dollar Tacos at Azteca Grill on Wednesday November 30th from 3:00pm to 9:00pm.  Team Jordan is in their quest to complete the Seven Summits, the 7 highest peaks in the world, and they will be climbing their last one this winter, Mount Vincent Massif in Antarctica.   Help them get there, and eat some tasty tacos in the process.  For more info on the team visit...

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Team Jordan Antarctica Send Off/ Warren Miller Screening of “Like There’s No Tomorrow”

  Join Team Jordan, (Jordan Romero, Paul Romero & Karen Lundgren) and watch the latest Warren Miller Film: “Like There’s No Tomorrow” at the Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center on Thursday December 8th.  This is going to be the big send off for Team Jordan before they make their way to Mount Vincent Massif in Antarctica. This is the last peak the team will climb in their quest to climb the 7 summits! Attendees can walk away with some awesome prizes, and will even get a chance to see Jordan in his Antarctica gear!  Help Support these Big Bear locals make history and complete their goal!   Check out www.jordanromero.com for information on the team’s progress and ways you can...

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Big Bear Lake International Film Festival Celebrates Young Adventurers!

Big Bear, Ca, September 16, 2011, 4:00pm – The Big Bear Lake International Film Festival is this weekend, and this year’s Sidebar Showcase will promote young adventure, featuring Big Bear’s own Jordan Romero, with Zac and Abby Sunderland presenting filmmaker awards. Jordan holds a world record for the youngest person ever to stand on the summit of Mt. Everest and Zac Sunderland has set two world records: one as the youngest ever to sail around the world, and the other as the first under the age of 18. Zac now speaks around the nation encouraging youth to have their own adventures, and will present his documentary, “Intrepid” at the Festival.  Zac’s younger sister, Abby Sunderland also set sail around the world, but her 40-foot sailboat was completely disabled after being hit by a massive rogue wave. Abby wrote a book about her experience called “Unsinkable: A Young Woman’s Courageous Battle on the High Seas”. Abby will be at the Film Festival and available to autograph her book. She’ll also present her DVD documentary called “Wild Eyes: The Abby Sunderland Story”. The Big Bear Lake International Film Festival attracts an average of 5,000 attendees every year and will celebrate its 12th anniversary at this year’s event this weekend. More information about the film festival can be found at...

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