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About the author: Andie Grace

Andie Grace

Andie Grace returned to the staff of Burning Man in 2019 as a producer of strategic storytelling content. During her original tenure at BMHQ from 2000-2013, she was a member of the Executive Committee, managed the Communications Department, and helped oversee the early development of the Regional Network. During her seven-year hiatus, she co-founded an indie film distribution label, an indie video game label, and a creative coworking hub in Silicon Valley, but ultimately her passion for Burning Man and its cultural future pulled her back to the staff of the Project. She lives with her family in Berkeley, California.

8 Comments on “Screen Shot 2012-01-09 at 9.44.13 AM-1

  • Regina says:

    I can’t even believe this!:( they so new better and lied! I HATE liars. I also will NOT drink anything produced by KRUG. They R truley SNAKES. I don’t give a rats ass how good or expensive their champagne is. I wouldn’t even drink it if it was given to me!

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  • Lisa Simon says:

    I found this whole thing very insulting and pretty unfair. I do not find it unfair on the part of an offering of a wine to a friend for an amazing bday. A creative venture that took a camp of people to build with their own hands and to which many revelers enjoyed.
    This experience of sharing this amazing company, strangers that had been attending BM for years as well as new people who flew in from all over the world. This was my first experience there and everyone had a genuine sense of love and protection and generosity towards others.
    When you speak of soliciting and other issues, I am surprised, first in that its shocking how difficult it is to find a BM ticket, they are grossly priced up on Ebay or other auction sites as soon as they are released.
    In visiting other camps so many were fun and generous but not all, with 50,000 people there were all kinds of people.
    In the same weekend I saw this beautiful community I also heard from a friend who lost his fiance to an aneurysm the saturday of BM. I am sure it was a horrific incident in a place that has so much love but also can become a scary place at night as its the desert.
    Are you trying to say the camps who sit around doing wippits all day would be more welcome than people who followed the rules, generosity of spirit and giving, love and appreciation of the arts. Philanthropic groups. I dare say that BM has a gross hypocritical side, I took my parents to a BM reunion and there was commerce in abundance.
    Let’s leave it at this, we all have jobs in our day life and if we appreciate lovely wine, for that there is no wrong in this amazing experience that was shared by many. I would love to be at a table for 50,000 maybe we can use the monies from the tickets to do that, would be the worlds biggest peace table.

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