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Published on April 9th, 2014 | by gatsbyadmin

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Dunkxchange Denver 2014

This Spring DXC/Dunkxchange will be making its way to Mile High in the form of a stampede of sneakers.  April 12th music, art fashion, & sneaker enthusiasts will gather at Pepsi Center with the Denver Nuggets for the opportunity to buy, sell and trade sneakers and clothing. Event attendees will receive access to the Dunkxchange that afternoon and the Denver Nuggets game that evening. This DXC will feature a lineup of vendors that represent clothing brands, artists, boutiques, and shoe collectors that are offering a variety of products and services. The DXC opens its doors to all and routinely houses and converts attendees to the coined phrase “Sneaker Heads.”

 

Dunkxchange x Denver Nuggets

Location: Pepsi Center
1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO 80204
Date/Time: April 12th 1pm – 4:30pm
DXC & Nuggets Vs Jazz
Tickets $15 (Upper) & $45 (Lower)

Event highlights
Live Music , & Special Guest
MASSIVE Marketplace for Sneakers, Streetwear, Fashion, Accessories, Art & More
Live Art Installation
Giveaways & Prizes
Previous participants (Ink Monstr, Indy Ink, Kidrobot, Westword, Emage, Stable, Ruckus, & Many More!

The DXC features vendors and sponsors comprised of businesses like Red Bull, The Source Magazine, PickYourShoes.com and Asics Footwear. These entities are able to gain visibility and exposure for their brand amongst the DXC’s niche market. Some vendors will be present to simply showcase art and massive sneaker collection to fellow shoe lovers. DXC was created to give your everyday sneaker enthusiast an opportunity to conjugate with individuals that share their same passion. With this opportunity they have the chance to showcase, buy, sell, and trade shoes of self and financial value to the community that DXC has created. The DXC has evolved where people can now go to enjoy musical performances, DJ’s, break dancing, art, purchase clothing, and mingle amongst likeminded people. With a track record of 6 years and more than 200 events all critics and skeptics have been silenced with every foot-print of success.

The event attendees are the heart and soul of the DXC event. They come not to just buy, sell, or trade shoes, but to be associated with the culture. Since the DXC originally started in 2005 it has grown tremendously. It is currently held in Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, New York, Chicago and other major cities. The company is currently branching out of the United States and will soon be in Vancouver, Toronto, and Sydney. The DXC has been featured in Complex Magazine, The History Channel, BET, and multiple news networks. DXC has had the opportunity to accommodate individuals in the music industry (Method Man, Fat Joe, Funk Master Flex etc), national publications (complex, XXL, Frank151), Vitamin Water and clothing brands (LRG, akademiks, Sneak Tip). With each event, the DXC popularity and event equity increases not just in the eyes of the public but with companies as well.

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