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OIA Names President

The Outdoor Industry Association (OIA) Board of Directors has named industry veteran Kent Ebersole as President of Outdoor Industry Association after serving seven months...

Founded Outdoors Connects with Pale Morning Media

Founded Outdoors, a platform for outdoor entrepreneurs will partner with Pale Morning Media for strategic communications and public relations support. Launched in 2021, Founded Outdoors...

Outdoor Alliance Urges Support for Outdoor Recreation Legislation

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) and Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyoming) reintroduced America’s Outdoor Recreation Act (AORA), a policy package that aims to improve outdoor recreation...

OWAA Opens Early Bird Registration for 2023 Conference

The Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA) is opening registration for the 2023 conference and discounted “early bird” pricing will be available through May...

360 Adventure Collective Announces Summer 2023 Show Schedule

360 Adventure Collective, an association that brings together focused, regional events for sales reps and retailers for more than 40 years, announced its lineup...

Industry Leaders Form Paddlesports Trade Coalition

Paddlesports industry leaders gathered in January for a summit in Bentonville, Ark. The group agreed to form a national trade organization. The Paddlesports Trade...

NEMO Announces Community, Nonprofit Partners

NEMO, an independent designer of outdoor gear and accessories built to improve the adventure experience, announced its 2023 community and nonprofit partners, a blend...

OIA Study Sets Stage to Electrify Textile, Apparel Factories

Burton, New Balance, Patagonia, REI Co-op, and Gore’s Fabrics Division (Gore) – five members of OIA Climate Action Corps – and OIA released results...

Broad Beta Focuses on Underserved Outdoor Community

Through special events and written and audio media, Broad Beta – a new media outlet – empowers, inspires and creates belonging for a diverse,...

Recession Unlikely Says NRF Economist

A recession is unlikely, and the economy is expected to see slight growth in 2023 as consumers continue to cope with inflation and high-interest...