Steamboat, Colo., --(March 31, 2010) – point6, the independently owned designer and manufacturer of the “Best Wool Socks Ever,” recently donated 600 pairs of their premium merino wool socks to the Association for Experiential Education.
As members of 1% for the Planet, the Association for Experiential Education (AEE) strives to support hungry minds along educational paths by teaching through theoretical advancements, while point6 is proud to lend a helping hand by providing socks to students for their adventures. Instead of conventional classroom lessons, the AEE opens doors and allows the land to teach students about ethical principals.
“point6 proudly supports local communities and charitable organizations through our field marketing programs. Our goal is to support like-minded organizations that raise awareness for outdoor and adventure educational opportunities. By donating our performance merino wool socks to organizations like the Association for Experiential Education, we can maximize our collective efforts,” said Peter Duke, point6 CEO and founder.
point6 shows support for this nonprofit association to further promote experiential education to individuals and families around the world. For over three decades, the AEE has reached out to 30 countries and over 1,500 members. With the help of companies like point6, they are able to continue their quest to fuel young minds through exploration.
point6 socks are guaranteed to be the most comfortable and durable wool socks you can own. point6 uses state of the art knitting and spinning technologies to create a softer and more durable result, while the sport specific fit reinforces comfort for enhanced performance. point6 is committed to environmental stewardship and strives to ensure all products, packaging and manufacturing processes adhere to environmental guidelines. For more information please visit us online at www.point6.com.