August 18th 2010 - Written by: Kelsy

Outdoor Retailer Wrap Up!

Showing support for Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance during Keep it Wild Day

We’re still recovering from last week’s Outdoor Retailer show. From happy hours to gear giveaways we had a great time. If you missed out, we’re bringing you a little synopsis.

People get a little nutty at the Osprey booth

People had the chance to check out our new bike line, and from what we hear, folks are pretty excited. Since we like getting more people on two wheels, that makes us pretty happy, and we’d like to give a shout out to all of our loyal customers, reps and retailers that continue to support Osprey and getting people outdoors.

Osprey packs made their way into other booths too...

We’d also like to thank Conservation Alliance for putting together a very successful Keep It Wild day on the second day of the show, and to Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance who hung out all day at our booth and took pictures of show attendees posing with a cardboard version of Ken Salazar. (Even if you weren’t at OR you can help SUWA take action by clicking here).

Day 3 we threw down in support of the American Alpine Club, complete with gin and tonics. Great people and a great cause — if you’re not familiar with them, you should be!

Now start the countdown to Winter OR!

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One thought on “Outdoor Retailer Wrap Up!”

  1. Timmy ONeill says:

    Hey what about Gareth Martins playing mad saxaphone at the Keen booth during the Conservation Alliance party on day-2, or the next night at Club Elevate during the ASIJ, when he slayed said sax once again with 1st the All Star Industry Band, 2nd the James Curleigh Project and finally 3rd on the daring, albeit slightly ill-conceived, “Round Robin Proud Mary Jam Fest”, aka RRPMJF”.


    Osprey = *music, *mountains and *mirth (which, btw is joy mixed w/ laughter) – *order transposable

    m.m.m. (music, mountains, mirth)

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