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Camber Outdoors expands Camber Exchange events to new regions

Published February 21, 2018

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Camber Outdoors has expanded its slate of Camber Exchange events, which connect individuals in the active-outdoor industries who share interests, career objectives and passion for the outdoors.

Sponsored by CamelBak, Bell and Giro and locally hosted by Camber Outdoors partner companies, Camber Exchanges also provide an opportunity for hosting companies to showcase their employer brand to community members.

“Year over year we have continued to build the Camber Exchange program to elevate the vision of ‘Everyone’s Outdoors’ through community engagement,” said Deanne Buck, executive director of Camber Outdoors. “We see value in expanding programming throughout new cities in the U.S. and into Canada with the support from our partner companies and Camber Exchange sponsors. Through Camber Exchanges, we are able to give leaders at our partner companies a platform for why and how they’re prioritizing women’s leadership as a business imperative.”

The first 2018 Camber Exchange was held Tuesday, Feb. 20, in partnership with Outdoor Afro, an organization dedicated to celebrating and inspiring African American connections and leadership in nature, and was hosted at the Mountain Hardwear headquarters in Richmond, California.

The first Camber Exchange to occur outside of the continental U.S. will be hosted by Arc’teryx in North Vancouver, British Columbia, on March 1.

Camber Outdoors is slated to host 25 Camber Exchanges in 2018 in different locations across North America. The calendar is still being finalized, and will be posted to the Camber Outdoors website on an event-by-event basis.

Camber Outdoors member companies interested in hosting a Camber Exchange can contact Camber Outdoors partnership manager Sallie Hoefer at


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