Boyne City, MI –September 17, 2014: Shaggy’s Copper Country Skis releases video telling the story of the origins of the company while crafting skis in their job-shop style factory located in Northern Michigan.
The Shaggy's Story, created by Marc Moline of Antix Creative, details the touching story of the company and the family behind it, from its creation in 2005 through the present. Viewers will gain a new insight into how and why this company chooses to create handcrafted skis. The story is presented alongside the creation of a pair of skis from milling wood cores and die-cutting ski bases through pressing and finishing.
The feature also includes filming locations in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula such as Mount Bohemia and Quincy Mine within the Keweenaw National Historical Park.
The video can be viewed at http://vimeo.com/105086004
Shaggy’s Copper Country Skis is an independent ski company based out of Boyne City, Michigan. Shaggy’s handcrafts snow skis from the start of the core to the layup and tuning of the skis. Shaggy’s is a family operation that puts its heart and soul into its product. There is no outsourcing; Shaggy’s Copper Country Skis are Pure Michigan and are American Made.
For more information on Shaggy's Copper Country Skis, visit http://sccskis.com.