SOURCE: Mindpix Corp.

June 25, 2008 09:15 ET

Mindpix Announces Production of Two-Part Television Special Featuring Four-Wheeling Adventures, Titled, "Slick Rock"

OREM, UT--(Marketwire - June 25, 2008) - Mindpix Corporation (PINKSHEETS: MPIX), a Nevada Corporation, announces today that Mindpix Media (, dba firsTVision Entertainment, is in full production on "Slick Rock," a two part 60-minute television special about four-wheeling adventures in the Mecca of 4x4, Moab, Utah. A demo reel was presented and well received at the National Association of Television Producers and Executives ( in February 2008. The release date for the television series is September 30, 2008, followed by international distribution of a 90-minute DVD.


Each year, thousands of four-wheeling enthusiasts, many of them entire families, rally to challenge the terrain of America's southwest, composed of awesomely steep ascents, glassy-slick rock ledges, bottomless drop-offs, squeezed-up-tight switchbacks, and enormous boulder gardens. All of which test the driving, mechanical, physical, and mental stamina of these eager participants. No question about it, "SLICK ROCK" also presents an unmatched adrenaline rush for the viewer.

Here, in this red rock desert, awaits a Mecca of thrilling adventure. Defined by John Wayne as "THE West," this country is the center of spacious vistas, deep canyons, petrified sandstone dunes and towering red cliffs under a sun-drenched deep blue sky. Hikers, mountain bikers and especially four-wheel enthusiasts come back again and again, beckoned by this seemingly endless landscape of grandeur in the land of the naked sun.

Young and old, men and women from around the planet come to test their skills and stamina on these tortuously winding Jeep trails which were originally carved out by miners looking for precious minerals. Here is the new wealth for hearty seekers of pure adventure, on trails with names such as Cliff Hanger, Poison Spider, Gold Bar Rim, Elephant Hill and the infamous Lion's Back, among the hundreds of miles of fantastic trails that weave in and out of public lands and span two major national parks.

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