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This profile was last updated on 9/27/02  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
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  • President
    Max-Air
  • Owner
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Hartselle music festival moved to civic center
www.decaturdaily.com, 27 Sept 2002 [cached]
Craig Peterson, an Olympic trainer for the USA ski team, is president of Max-Air, the company that will present three 15-minute snowboard performances Sept. 28.
Depot Days will have the usual events, such as car, truck and motorcycle shows, a 5K and one-mile run, the crafts and antique show and the antique tractor and gasoline engine shows.
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Owner Craig Peterson gave us ...
www.urbanblisslife.com [cached]
Owner Craig Peterson gave us a tour of the climate-controlled meat locker, which lovingly houses those delicious cuts of beef served above in the dining room.
Hartselle Depot Days has full slate of events beginning Sunday
www.decaturdaily.com, 20 Sept 2002 [cached]
Craig Peterson, an Olympic trainer for the USA ski team, is president of Max-Air, the company that will present three 15-minute snowboard performances Sept. 28.
Depot Days will have the usual events, such as car, truck and motorcycle shows, a 5K and one-mile run, the crafts and antique show and the antique tractor and gasoline engine shows.
For additional information about Depot Days, call 773-4370.
Hartselle Depot Days is adding attractions including air skier, trampoline snowboarder
www.decaturdaily.com, 28 Aug 2002 [cached]
Craig Peterson, an Olympic trainer for the USA ski team, is president of Max-Air.
"Everything they do will be on skies and snowboards," she said.
A BMX bike exhibition, which features world championship riders, also will be part of Depot Days 2002.
Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta: On the rivers and slopes
www.post-gazette.com, 9 Aug 2002 [cached]
Where does one learn the skills to become one of these daredevils, you might ask Craig Peterson, Max-Air founder and president?
"The circus," he replies and adds that his first snowfly feats were performed with the Ringling Brothers Circus here in Pittsburgh.
The company was founded in 1985 in Orlando, Fla., when Peterson was working with the Cypress Gardens waterskiing acrobats, who are also performing for the regatta.The popularity of snowboarding has bolstered the company's popularity and now it's based in Salt Lake City.
"This show is a high-energy, family-oriented thrill show," he says."It's a hit with a wide demographic. [People are] very impressed we can do these things without water."Skiers slide down at a 40-degree angle and hit a 60-degree kicker to simulate the winter slope heights.On either side of an inflatable air-bag, trampoline artists strapped to boards heavier than most normal snowboards perform tricks.
"It's a good life," Peterson says."I get paid to play."
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Skateboarding is the fastest-growing sport in the nation this time of year.Skateparks are opening around the country and Pittsburgh is no exception.
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