Young adult leaders will meet with representatives from the White House, Department of Interior and Congress
OIA to host educational workshops during Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, including "Cash In on the SUP Craze: Turn Your First-Time Customer Into an Evangelist for Your Store"
– Outdoor apparel and footwear companies in Portland, Oregon will soon have the opportunity to accelerate their adoption of the Outdoor Industry Association Eco Index™ thanks to a grant from the Portland Development Commission.
A decision by the Department of the Interior today to not implement the Bureau of Land Management Wild Lands policy threatens the very infrastructure supporting the nation’s recreation economy, according to OIA.
Senate bill S. 1069, the Affordable Footwear Act, has been introduced in the United States Senate by Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), a longtime champion for the outdoor industry, and Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO).
Passionate Young Ambassadors and Hanson Dodge Creative Deliver Pro Bono Work for The Outdoor Foundation Initiative
Footwear, Apparel and Hardgoods All Post Solid Gains; Independent Specialty Store Sales Up 26.3 percent
Research Shows Overall Participation Solid, Adventure Sports Increasing, Youth and Minority Modest Gains
OIA and The Conservation Alliance today expressed deep disappointment that the Obama administration’s Wild Lands policy was defunded and LWCF funding was cut by 33 percent over 2010 levels.