A funny thing happen after sending out a Cyber Monday newsletter and tweet announcing the Top 10 DVD was available, I got a phone call within five minutes from our local business reporter. The following is the close of the article:
“Thinking Monday might be a day when people could put a closer eye to their e-mail accounts and Twitter feeds, Michael Conti decided it would be an appropriate launch date for the release of his Shoot Out Boulder’s Top 10 DVD.
It’s a time when people are in that holiday mindset, the executive director of the 24-hour filmmaking festival said.
“I like to say that experiences are better than possessions; I think that’s true with today’s economy,” he said, noting that although the DVD is technically a possession, “It’s encouraging people to kind of relive the experience.”