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2022 Media Registration and Credential Requests

  • Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, Max. file size: 50 MB.
    Your organization's logo, if provided in the proper format, will be added to the Sea Otter Classic Media page. Please upload images no wider than 300 pixels.
  • FREELANCERS: Please list the name of the media outlet you are working for and include the name, email and phone number of your contact there.
  • A very limited number of media are provided with special credentials to allow them to take photographs/video within the safety fencing during the pro Dual Slalom. Only those who have been hired specifically for this task will be allowed. For safety reasons, not all requests will be granted. If you require the Dual Slalom credential, please submit a letter of engagement from your editor/client stating why you need the Dual Slalom credential to Holly at holly@seaotterclassic.com with the subject line “Media – Dual Slalom credential.” Submission of this request does not guarantee that you will receive the Dual Slalom credential.

    By submitting your request for a media pass, you acknowledge that your media outlet will be displayed on the www.seaotterclassic.com website and your name and email address will be shared with exhibitors/sponsors of the Sea Otter Classic in order to provide you with the latest pertinent information from our supporting brands. If you wish to opt out of having your information shared with exhibitors/sponsors, please send an email to holly@seaotterclassic.com with the subject line “Media opt-out.”

    You also verify that you have completely read and agree to abide by all policies regarding media coverage on our website, including the updated Drone Policy.

    Questions? Contact Holly at holly@seaotterclassic.com

    If you are not awarded a media pass to Sea Otter Classic we still encourage you to come out and cover the event. You will need to cover entry and food and, if space is available, we can provide you with minimal resources in the media center.

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