Outdoor and active flash-sale site is raising funds and awareness to support protection of recreational resources on natural lands and urging its members to “Protect their Playground.”
Portland, OR (April 20, 2012) — Kicking off on the start to Earth Weekend before the official observance of the April 22nd Earth Day holiday this Sunday, outdoor and active flash-sale e-tailer, The Clymb.com will be donating $1 from every order to the Leave No Trace Foundation. Proceeds will directly benefit one of many awareness campaigns that the organization has planned to assist outdoor enthusiasts with their decisions about how to reduce their impacts, whether they hike, bike, camp, ski or climb.
“This Earth Day presents a fantastic opportunity to support work that is closely aligned with our mission to improve the health of our planet and its inhabitants,” says Kelly Dachtler, Clymb Co-Founder and Chief Communications Officer. “We are big believers in the Leave No Trace philosophy and see it as a meaningful way to help protect our natural lands.”
Starting this morning, at 9am PST, members will be able to shop a variety of participating outdoor and lifestyle brands throughout the weekend that will that will directly benefit the Leave No Trace Foundation. The Clymb also plans to giveaway daily merchandise credit to followers and fans on Facebook and Twitter who are making their own pledges to protect our playground. For a list of participating brands and for more information, please visit: http://blog.theclymb.com.
About The Clymb
For those who find their passion in the outdoors, The Clymb inspires human-powered adventure by delivering member-exclusive pricing on premium brands and experiences, hand-picked by our team of fellow enthusiasts and experts. Membership is free, allowing users to shape the community by inviting like-minded friends. The company is based in Portland, Ore., and was founded in 2009 by a seasoned team of outdoor and sport industry veterans. For more information, visit: theclymb.com
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