Author: Jack

I am an Outdoorist in my Heart and Soul. I have been in the Outdoor Industry as a wholesale regional rep for 20+ years.

Ft. Collins, Colorado- “My Kind of Town”

If you have never heard of this town, in the Northern Front Range of The Rocky Mountains, the question becomes “Where have you been hiding”?  Ft Collins is a historic mid-nineteenth century settlement, commissioned in 1864, becoming a military outpost to protect the people migrating West during the Indian Wars (Mid-1860’s) as well as protecting […]

Geocaching on The Great Western Trail

In the heart of Wayne County, Utah, five hearty souls take the challenge of searching for Caches on the Aquarius Plateau.  This plateau, appropriately defined for it’s many lakes, streams and forest pools (for those Millennials looking for a “forest pooling” area).  The Forest Service mapped the plateau in the 1920’s and 30’s, improved roadways […]

A Challenge for Life Renewed- Two Knee Replacements and Successfully Climbing to the Top of the World

OutdoorLoyalty.com cherishes the discovery of “Stories” by Outdoorists that inspires others to challenge one’s goals and dreams to accomplish benchmarks in our life’s journey.  Greg P.’s story will motivate Baby Boomers and Millennials on the same scale. Greg has been an Outdoorist all of his adult life, enjoying the Great Outdoors as his playground for […]

Outdoor Retailer takes on “The Big Data Theory”

As we know, Experience leads to Discovery.  Being ahead of the curve can be daunting and disruptive.  OutdoorLoyalty.com has a brand identification of being a platform for Exploration, Education and Advancement.  Winnowing into “stories” that change the status quo of the Outdoor industry is in our DNA.  Our latest Odyssey into the challenge of understanding […]

Everett Ruess: The Unknown Outdoorist

For those who are wondering what a Outdoorist Blogger is thinking by taking on a Biography of the legendary Everett Ruess; Well, this is not a biography, it is a 21st Century “Blography”.  As we write this story, there still exists an unsolved mystery surrounding Everett Ruess’ disappearance November 1934 in the rugged wilderness areas […]

OutdoorLoyalty Looks at TPP’s Impact on Outdoor Industry

The T.P.P. (Trans Pacific Partnership) can have very impactful effects on/for the Outdoor Industry from Retail to “Made in America Manufacturing”.  It has been an organic process from Politics to Partnerships.  We, here at OutdoorLoyalty.com, are in the process of sorting through the issues having an impact on the Outdoor Industry’s Present and Future for […]

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