Despite a rainy few days, the new 5000mm PU coated fabric we chose for the 2014 camera bag line was beading up like a newly waxed car!
Our sales team is on the road pretty much May-September, visiting with sales representatives and retailers, reviewing business and looking at what’s new for the upcoming seasons. These trips can be taxing, but done right, can include some great recreation, food, people and…beer…all in an effort to further forge the strong relationships we have with our partners in the outdoor industry and deliver the best new products to our customers across the country and globe.
Our president spent last week in New England with our sales reps from
Pinnacle Outdoor Group. Hal, Sarah and Ben chauffeured and entertained Jay around the great states of VT, NH and ME to visit with some great retailers in Outdoor Gear Exchange, Onion River Sports, LL Bean, Kittery Trading Post and Eastern Mountain Sports.
Check out some pictures from the trip and hope to see you and your favorite retailer on our travels soon…cheers!
Sunny Hollow Nature Park – Colchester, VT
Hal from Pinnacle Outdoor Group ready to ride…Bike Cube and Spirit 12 pack in action!
Hal and Sarah ripping some fun single track…way different than the front range of CO.
Post ride beer…Alchemist Brewing Heady Topper!
Heading into OGE on a rainy June day…great new store right on Church Street in downtown Burlington, VT
Adam giving the Morrison 2 a big thumbs up from the OGE camping department
On the outskirts of Montpelier, we stopped for some coffee and snacks and could not resist a picture of this rig and it’s love of all things pork.
Greg from Onion River Sports standing proudly by the Mountainsmith pack display…
Onion River Sports on a rainy New England day in Montpelier, VT (the smallest state capital in the country I’m told)…
Mountainsmith tents looking good in the Kittery Trading Post camping department
A little chalk art in the Eastern Mountain Sports board room
Old school EMS logo in the foyer of the their HQ
If I were a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, now I’d say “Kngobuawa, dude!”