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Smileys Project: Committed "Climbing the Classics"

Postby MarkSmiley » Thu Mar 14, 2013 7:29 pm

My wife and I are attempting to climb all the Fifty Classic Climbs of North America. This is something that no one has done before. We are making films of the adventure along the way, and posting them for free on our webpage http://www.smileysproject.comand any other pages that would like to embed them.

We have completed 40 of the 50, and this summer are hoping to climb and film 7 more climbs. I launched a kickstarter campaign to raise support. We are hoping that the climbing community will get behind this grass roots effort so we can keep the videos coming.

Check out the campaign video/donor rewards/details here http://goo.gl/EdBXs

My question is this:
1. Do you personally see this as my wife and I trying to pull a fast one by get our climbing road trip paid for?
OR
2. Do you see this as asking people to make a donation to this huge effort, so we can add value to the climbing community, inspiring others to get out and climb together, and increase the level of positive awesomeness that climbing is to anyone that watches the videos?

My vote: #2
What are your thoughts on the matter? Would you be willing to donate?
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Re: Smileys Project: Committed "Climbing the Classics"

Postby jesu, joy of man's desiring » Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:28 pm

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i read about your 50 classics project in some sort of free health food magazine

great idea!


I vote # 1...no problem in getting others to foot the bill for YOUR hard work



I will donate one 8oz bottle of wheatgrass juice

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