Increases Efforts to Produce PPE


Earlier this month, Backcountry launched a donation platform and a T-shirt fundraiser to raise funds for additional production of non-medical grade face masks for Utah’s at-risk homeless outreach programs.

In conjunction with the launch of the fundraising platforms, the company partnered with a Los Angeles-based manufacturer to produce non-medical grade face masks for New York’s homeless population and front-line Department of Homeless Services workers, as well as its own team members in its Utah and Virginia distribution centers.

As of today, Backcountry has raised $65,600 and donated more than 20,000 additional masks to shelters and other service providers.

Now, the company is stepping up its production work, partnering with Distillery 36, a Salt Lake City…

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