June 1, Sacramento, California – Pacific Crest Trail Association (PCTA), a non-profit organization that promotes, preserves and protects the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is proud to announce a new Corporate Partnership Program. A trail 2,650 miles long, through three states, (including 8th largest economy in the world) is too much opportunity to keep to keep to ourselves. The Pacific Crest Trail Association is actively seeking partners to help us keep the trail open and safe for the millions of Americans that enjoy it every year. To learn more, visit www.PCTA.org/partners.aspor contact Seth Levy at email@example.com.
According to Liz Bergeron, Executive Director of the PCTA, “Maintaining a rugged trail so remote and beautiful is a task too large to take on alone. We recognize that the Pacific Crest Trail showcases National Parks, famous peaks like Mt. Hood and Mt. Whitney, and passes near some of the fastest growing urban markets in America. Partnering with the Pacific Crest Trail Association is an unparalleled opportunity to communicate a commitment to conserving Americas most beautiful places and get people outside and healthy. Companies who want to make a difference in the lives of millions should look no further than this fabulous mountain trail.”
The PCTA has a long history of partnerships with leading corporations. Corporate Partners like Recreational Equipment Incorporated (REI), Adventure 16, White Pass Ski Resorts and Tarma Designs have been stalwart supporters of the Pacific Crest Trail for many years. Our Corporate Partnership Program is a renewed commitment to these founding partners and an invitation for new partners to contact the Pacific Crest Trail Association. According to Liz Bergeron, “As our summer gets underway, we’re looking forward to working with both founding and new partners to keep the Pacific Crest Trail open, safe, and enjoyable for hikers and equestrians of all levels.”
About the Pacific Crest Trail Association
The Pacific Crest Trail Association is non-profit, membership organization, formed in 1977. The mission of the Pacific Crest Trail Association is to protect, preserve and promote the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail as an internationally significant resource for the enjoyment of hikers and equestrians, and for the value that wild and scenic lands provide to all people. Learn more about the Pacific Crest Trail Association and the Pacific Crest Trail at www.PCTA.org, or call (916) 285-1846.