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April 09, 2021 1 min read

Outdoor companies are finding creative ways to help slow the spread and reduce the impact of COVID-19. Some are donating money to relief organizations, while others are sending products like shoes, gloves, and googles to those on the front lines of the pandemic. Some brands have ceased regular production and pivoted their facilities to meet the demand for personal protective equipment: those with sewing capabilities are making scrubs and gowns, sheeting, and fabric surgical masks, while other hard-goods manufacturers are churning out face shields, goggles, ventilator components, and high-filtering N95 masks. Even distilleries and breweries have found a way to help by producing hand sanitizer. Read full article here.

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