Kammok Takes 1% for the Planet #OathofAction This Inauguration Day


Austin, TX. (January 19, 2016) — The environmental impact of our recent U.S. presidential election is uncertain, but it’s clear that our planet needs us now more than ever. This inauguration Day, Kammok, makers of outdoor gear for the city-to-trail adventurer, is taking a 1% for the Planet #OathofAction.

As a 1% for the Planet member, Kammok donates at least 1% of annual revenues to social and environmental causes. This past summer, Kammok partnered with Explore Austin, a local organization in their hometown of Austin, TX, that combines the benefits of mentoring and outdoor adventure to underserved youth in their community.

In addition to their commitment to give 1% revenue each year, Kammok’s #OathofAction is to host an outdoor event for their team of Explore Austin mentors and explorers. The Kammok team will volunteer their time with Austin’s youth by going for a hike, hanging in hammocks and spending time getting to know the kids they sponsor as well as their mentors. Through their partnership, annual financial commitment, and #OathofAction, Kammok’s goal is to fuel life change through leadership training, mentorship and outdoor adventure.

1% for the Planet and Kammok are asking their networks and communities to join them in the movement by taking whatever action feels meaningful and attainable and share their commitment on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook leading up to and on inauguration day. To learn more about how you can participate, visit www.onepercentfortheplanet.org.

For more information on Kammok, visit www.kammok.com.

About Kammok®:

Kammok believes adventure changes lives. We work to create quality and technically innovative outdoor gear for the city-to-trail adventurer, because we believe products can be catalysts for the greatest adventures in your life. Every purchase fuels our mission to Give Adventure™, funding leadership training, mentorship, and outdoor adventure for youth in Austin, TX. Kammok is a member of 1% For The Planet and a Certified B Corp business. Join us in the adventure of changing lives. Visit us at www.kammok.com

About 1% for the Planet:

1% for the Planet is a global organization, leading a network of businesses, nonprofits, and individuals working together for a healthy planet. Launched in 2002 by Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, former owner of Blue Ribbon Flies, our network consists of more than 1,200 member companies and thousands of approved nonprofit partners in more than 40 countries. Brands whose products and services feature the 1% for the Planet logo give 1% of sales annually to nonprofit organizations dedicated to protecting the environment. Our members have given more than $150 million back to the planet since 2002. Look for our logo and visit www.onepercentfortheplanet.org to learn more.



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