Thursday, February 11, 2010

RICHARD RANDALL APPEARANCE FRIDAY


I’M RICHARD RANDALL
I’D LIKE YOU TO JOIN ME THIS FRIDAY AT THE EDUCATION CONFERENCE & EXPO AT THE CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL. FROM 11:00 TO 1:00 I’LL BE AT THE MOUNTAIN WEST LAWNCARE DISPLAY.
THERE ARE GOING TO BE GREAT VENDORS AND GREAT SPEAKERS… I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING EVEREST MOUNTAIN CLIMBER AND ADVENTURER JAKE NORTON. THE EVENT IS SPONSORED BY THE APARTMENT ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN COLORADO. THE GROUP HAS 560 MEMBERS WHO OWN OR MANAGE 30-THOUSAND APARTMENTS IN THE AREA…. BUT IT’S A GREAT EVENT EVEN IF YOU’RE NOT A MEMBER. IT’S A GREAT TIME TO MEET JUST ABOUT EVERY KIND OF HOME BUILDING IMPROVEMENT OR MAINTENANCE CONTRACTOR. PUT IT ON YOUR CALENDAR… THIS FRIDAY... 11:00 TO 1:00 JOIN ME RICHARD RANDALL, AND MOUNTAIN WEST LAWNCARE, AT THE HATS OFF EXPO AT THE CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL.

HERE'S A LITTLE BACKGROUND INFO ON JAKE NORTON. HAVE HUNG WITH HIM SEVERAL TIMES. HE IS A GREAT GUY WITH A MOST INTERESTING STORY.

About Jake Norton


In Garden of the Gods, Colorado.


Shooting images in Erg Chagaga, Morocco,
with a Taureg local.


On the North Col Headwall of Mount Everest.


At 27,300 feet on Everest's North Face, Tibet.

When most people hear about Jake Norton’s background, they are amazed by what he has in his young life.
A climber since 1986 and guide since 1993, Jake has traveled the world helping people reach the summits of their dreams.
By the time he was 35 years old, Jake had already spent over a year of his life on Mount Everest on 6 expeditions with three summits of the mountain.
He had also:
helped discover the remains of George Mallory on Everest in 1999
become the first person to visit and document all the pre-World War II camps on Everest
retraced the famous 1917 crossing of South Georgia Island by Sir Ernest Shackleton
led the first official American ascent of 25,502 foot Gurla Mandhata in Tibet
climbed 4 of the famed Seven Summits (Everest twice, McKinley once, Aconcagua once, and Kilimanjaro three times)

1 comment:

Jake Norton said...

Hey Richard,

It was great to see you last Friday, and I hope you not only enjoyed my presentation, but also the AASC Conference!

It had been way too long since we last saw eachother. Please do come up to Golden sometime and I'll take you through the American Mountaineering Museum (www.mountaineeringmuseum.org).

Take care, and keep in touch!

All my best,

Jake Norton
MountainWorld Productions
www.mountainworldproductions.com