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As Bill Johnston, Recover’s Co-Founder puts it, “Protect Our Parks is a testimony to the right of all people to have these awesome public lands, and to how paramount that access is for individuals physically and mentally. We are passionate outdoors people, and our love of the outdoors and the environment is why we founded the company. ” Consistently acting from our mission, Recover launched the Protect Our Parks campaign this Memorial day to spread awareness, promote engagement, and motivate action to protect and preserve our nation’s wild places. With the goal to sell 500 Protect Our Parks shirts by Labor Day, Recover’s Protect Our Parks campaign donates proceeds from these sales directly to the National Park Foundation, a nonprofit that designs programs to connect families and kids to parks in order to energize future stewardship.
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Music. For all the rhythms, melodies, vibrations, and lyrics, it’s hard to put into words why we love it, but we do. Engaging in the love of music is an integral part of being human, and it’s also an integral part of Recover. In January 2016, Recover started the Recover Artist Development (RAD) program to highlight and support up-and-coming artists. The artists provide the design, Recover provides the apparel, and everyone discovers great music while the word about sustainability spreads.
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Living Life on Two Wheels, An Interview with Recover Ambassador TJ Kearns When asked about his occupation, Georgia born TJ Kearns describes himself as a “Professional Good Time Facilitator.” How can you argue with that? For TJ, it happens to be all wrapped up in creating a life as an acclaimed adventure photographer that can most frequently be found on his mountain bike, or digging in the dirt with his trail building company Cohutta Trail Designs. Recover catches up with TJ about living life on two wheels, creating a bike route from Newfoundland to Key West, and life perspectives when walking through cow poop.
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