Maine Outdoor Brands Pivoting To Meet Community COVID-19 Needs

Supporting Community COVID-19 Needs

These Maine outdoor brands are pivoting to meet growing community needs:

American Roots has pivoted to making personal protective equipment including face shields, masks and gowns.

Confluence Collective put together a guide for safe and responsible fly-fishing during the pandemic.

Flowfold has retooled its facility to manufacture face shields for hospitals.

GrandyOats donated 500+ oatmeal cups to Maine Medical Center.

Hyperlite Mountain Gear launched a new face mask that is available direct to consumers.

L.L.Bean is boxing food for the Good Shepherd Food Bank and making face masks using existing materials, such as its dog bed liners.

R.E.D.D  donated more than a thousand bars to hospitals in the New England, Los Angeles and NYC area.

Rippleffect is providing $15,000 in scholarships for their youth outdoor adventure programming for families experiencing hardships during the pandemic.

Roguewear Outdoors has shifted to making masks and is donating a portion of t-shirt sales to Lewiston small businesses.

 

Check out all of Elevation Outdoor’s COVID19 Updates at: https://www.elevationoutdoors.com/updates/

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