October 9, 2020: Outdoor Industry News - SNEWS

Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

Warren Miller’s new flick: Check out the preview for “Future Retro,” the latest film from Warren Miller.

Helping employees vote: Outdoor leaders describe why and how they’re helping their teams get to the polls next month. [Fortune]

Outdoor writer residency: The Outbound Collective is launching a paid residency for outdoor writers from underrepresented communities. [The Seattle Times]

Behind the scenes with Latria Graham: The writer contributor to The Voice opens up about her life and work in a new podcast. [Longform]

Renting gear for the weekend: One writer describes her experience renting equipment through the startup Arrive Outdoors. [Business Insider]

A dog has her day: Read the story of Mera, the first pooch to ascend a 7,000-meter Himalayan peak. [Outside Online]

Test your national parks knowledge: See how much you know about “America’s best idea” with this fun Friday quiz. [National Parks Traveler]

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Changing the media landscape: Pocket Outdoor Media has added three more industry magazines to its portfolio: Rock & Ice, Trail Runner, and Gym Climber.

Fighting racism in running: A new coalition of brands, retailers, and participants is giving a stronger voice to people of color in the running community.

Looking to the winter: What will the upcoming season bring for the snowsports industry? We investigated.

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