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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective
As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  
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Relentless Takes Breck:  from our perspective

As you can tell… the REALLY good photos our from our multi-talented skier/photographer: Tim Peluso

 
This April, Relentless took the team to Breckenridge, CO for a week for some much deserved R&R.  Snowboarding, Skiing, Dining, Bike Riding.. you name it.. we did it.   It was a great time to get away and reflect on mother nature and connect better as a team.  

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Anonymous asked:

If you started making $500,000 per year OVER the amount you would be content with, do you keep expanding/growing/evolving (financially) or do you put your expanding/growing/evolving (business) on cruise control?

If this was the case for me and my company I would continue growing but not getting “bigger”.   My passion has never been to make “more money” but rather challenge media mediocrity.   My passion is to be better not bigger.  Putting anything I do on cruise control I think would drive me crazy.  I fix things that aren’t broken and I love to re-invent the wheel.  I constantly dream of new ideas for Relentless and critique our vision and direction weekly it seems.  MOVING FORWARD!

Update: 3/12/12

So, already I have been slacking on using this as a platform for updates on the progress here in the valley of the sun.  So here goes:

We have been unbelievably busy already and have been blown away by our connections here.  Amazing people in our lives in such a short amount of time.   Our business is taking root in Tempe, AZ and we are in the most beautiful building!  We are finding sooo many activities to be outdoor since the temperature is perfect everyday!  We are preparing for a busy end of March and a very busy April.  We have 2 more people joining us in our office here in Tempe in april so we are already making room!  Needles to say, we love it here and miss our friends and family very much.  Now… if only we could persuade all of them to come out…

    I will do better to post videos and photos, but for now… back to work!

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Anonymous asked:

If you could have only one hobby, what would it be? Why?

Thats an extremely difficult question to answer because part of the fun is experiencing totally different things, which some have no comparison.   If I HAD to pick one it would be Wakeboarding.  It was my first real passion for a board sport that took me places I never thought I could go.  It pushes me in every area of my life and I owe a lot of where I am today to the diligence and hard work from a young age to excel in wakeboarding. 

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Anonymous asked:

If a hen and half lays a egg and half in a day and a half how many pancakes to shingle a doghouse?

14 depending on the thickness.   Also… there are no bones in ice-cream?!

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