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Outdoor Retailer Diversity & Inclusion

On the last day of the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market I received a message on Facebook. Walking briskly down one of bustling aisles of the Salt Palace I paused for a moment to read this text. “Anything interesting come out of the diversity conversation?” The question came from my friend and colleague Teresa Baker, founder […]

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Booth Bait: Building Brand Buzz & Biz

The Outdoor Retailer Summer Market starts this week in Salt Lake City Utah and everyone is excited about the many new products on display at hundreds of booths across the Salt Palace and out in the Pavilions. With thousands of attractions to tantalize the attention of attendees each exhibitor will do all that they can […]

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Outdoor Retailer: Fly Fishing

“Many (people) go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish that they are after.” Henry David Thoreau ~ (1817 – 1862) Craig Amacker releases almost every catch. It’s not fish he’s after, but the experience of a day on the water, tiny moments of time when he’s directly connected to […]

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Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2013 Day 1

The energy was super high and business was brisk at the opening of the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. From the Outdoor Industry Association breakfast meeting straight through the industry street party there was plenty of fun and excitement! Here are a few photographs to see what you might have missed.   The Joy Trip Project […]

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Outdoor Retailer 2013 Day Zero

The incredible energy has already begun at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market in Salt Lake City Utah! Here is the first series of photos from the first two events the day before the start of the show on day Zero! The Joy Trip Project is made possible thanks to the generous support of MAKO Surgical Corp. […]

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ORSM09 More about people than product

With a few hours to kill before my flight back to Madison from Salt Lake City I ran to the top of Ensign Peak. That is to say that I climbed to the summit as quickly as I could. I did a fair amount of walking as I scrambled up the warm asphalt and dirt […]

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