Costa Sunglasses will host Films on Tap Thurs., July 18 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., at The Thin Man Tavern in Denver, Colo.
The tour features a compilation of Costa’s popular film productions featuring award-winning video and a passion for adventure on the water.
GeoFish: Mexico, Vol. 1 follows a vegetable oil powered adventure fly fishing quest around the world, with the team in search of the most epic spots ever fished, the ones anglers hear about, but chalk up to urban legend.
The Take pulls back the curtain on the lives of Snake River Angler guides, staff and owner to reveal that the fly shop in Jackson, Wyo., like any workplace, has its own rules, politics, and personalities. From a semi-stolen boat, a hooked ear and a bag of beef jerky as a tip from a client to a guide, The Take proves that “just another day at the office” is anything but.
Jungle Fish follows three expert fishermen as they undertake a two-week voyage deep into the heart of Guyana’s rain forest. Their mission: to demonstrate that the arapaima can be caught with a fly rod. If they succeed, it will prove that the country’s fledgling sport fishing industry is viable. And that will mean a brighter future for the native peoples, the rain forest they call home – and the endangered arapaima itself.
Thurs., July 18, 2013
8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The Thin Man Tavern, 2015 E 17th Avenue, Denver, Colo., 303-733-1434
The film tour is free and open to the public.
In addition to showcasing the films, Costa will also be doing giveaways throughout the evening. To view the complete list of tour dates and stops visit http://bit.ly/FOTtour.
As a manufacturer of the world’s clearest polarized performance sunglasses, Costa offers superior lens technology and unparalleled fit and durability. Still handcrafted today in Florida, Costa has created the highest quality, best performing sunglasses and prescription sunglasses (Rx) for outdoor enthusiasts since 1983. It’s currently the fourth-largest brand in the performance sunglasses market.
For Costa, conservation is all about sustainable fishing. Many fisheries that should be vibrant and healthy are all but devoid of native fish because they have fallen victim to poor fishing practices, unregulated development, lack of watershed protection or all of the above. Costa works with partners around the world to help increase awareness and influence policy so that both the fish and fishermen of tomorrow will have healthy waters to enjoy. Costa encourages others to help in any way they can.
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