Big City Mountaineers at Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show 2018

 

It’s that time again… Outdoor Retailer is just a week away and, this time, it’s in our own backyard – Denver, CO! We always look forward to gathering with our friends from the outdoor industry and catching up with our brand partners. BIG NEWS: we’ll have a booth at the show! Visit us to learn more about our programs and how you can get involved. We’ll be at booth 20386-SL.

Did you know Outdoor Retailer is also a huge fundraising time for us? Our brand partners host happy hours, events and sales at the show that benefit the Big City Mountaineers youth programs. Here’s how you can support Big City Mountaineers at Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show 2018: 

Happy Hours & Parties
  • NEXT 100 Happy Hour with Brooklyn Boulders (Jan. 25) – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
  • Post-show Happy Hour with Davis Graham & Stubbs and Optic Nerve (Jan. 25)
  • Stanley Happy Hour (Jan. 26)
    • Booth (37105-UL)
  • SOLE Wine & Step Toward Sustainability Sale (Jan. 26)
    • Booth (51128-UL)
    • 4:30-6PM
  • Elevation Outdoors Party with The Motet (Jan. 26)
SALES
  • SOLE (Booth 51128-UL)
    • Jan 26 & 27: $20 Active Footbeds cash sale from 2-4pm 

  • Terramar glove liner sale (Booth 39062-UL) 
    • Jan 25 10AM-12PM
  • Falcon Book Signing 
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

NEXT 100 Coalition workshop – Friday, January 26, 2018 2:30 PM-4:00 PM

Inclusion and the Outdoors: A Practical Guide to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for your Organization: It is imperative that we realize the outdoor industry is built on and upheld by dominant white ideology and a history of colonization. People of color have been erased from the outdoor landscape, creating an exclusive, unsafe environment that is not reflective of our communities. Any outdoor recreation or conservation organization with a long-term vision should recognize integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion is vital to their vision, mission, and success. This 90-minute workshop hosted by Next 100 Coalition members will introduce the Next 100 Coalition, whose mission is to establish a just and inclusive national parks and public lands system, and provide a framework to support organizations and companies in exploring and understanding equity and inclusion. The workshop will provide tools that organizations can use today, tomorrow, and longer term to establish a foundation for an inclusive culture. While the Next 100 Coalition is primarily focused on racial and ethnic diversity, this workshop will also present on the intersections of other marginalized identities.

Commons on Champa, 1245 Champa Street, Denver, CO 80202