Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

Suspicious story: Doubts have arisen surrounding the survival story of a woman who was rescued from Zion National Park last week. [The Independent]

Vintage gear stash: This Brooklyn couple is running a retro gear shop out of their basement. [Gear Patrol]

REI expanding in Colorado: The retailer is making some big upgrades to its lone Colorado Spring location. [The Gazette]

Arc’teryx grows in NYC: The brand is opening up a second location in the Flatiron District, its second in Manhattan. [Commercial Observer]

Getting girls outside: Adventure Ready Brands has set a new goal of getting 1 million girls outside by 2025 through an initiative called Adventure Ready Girls.

Helping employees vote: Pocket Outdoor Media, SNEWS’ parent company, has given its 220 employees the day off on November 3 to encourage voting.

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