Sherpa Adventure Gear announces Schneider Sales for representing the Northeast Territory

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KENT, WASHINGTON (November 3, 2015) -- Sherpa Adventure Gear, a Himalayan inspired adventure gear company, announced today that Schneider Sales Associates with Hans and Steve Schneider will extend their New England territory to cover additional retailers in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Hans and Steve Schneider will work as a father/son team covering this extended territory for Sherpa Adventure Gear, as they bring years of experience with multiple brands in the outdoor industry. Currently Schneider Sales also represents Kahtoola, Granite Gear, Cocoon, Evolv, VT Smoke and Cure, Steri-Pen, and Sealskinz.

“I have enjoyed working with Hans, as he offers a great perspective, having been a Manager at Outdoor Gear Exchange before becoming a rep. Along with his dad, they have a wealth of knowledge in this territory,” said Sherpa Adventure Gear’s National Sales Manager, Terri Reade. “I look forward to their further dedication to our brand.” Hans can be reached at hans@schneidersales.com or 802-598-1905. Steve can be reached at steve@schneidersales.com, 802-985-9162 or 802-238-5639.

About Sherpa Adventure Gear

In the highest reaches of the Himalayas, the Sherpa people lead the world in mountaineering with warmth, grace, and good humor. Tashi Sherpa- upon discovering that his uncles assisted Sir Edmund Hilary’s celebrated 1953 expedition to the summit of Everest- founded Sherpa Adventure Gear in 2003 to honor his people by creating the best quality outdoor apparel made in Nepal. The company employs hundreds in Kathmandu and Nepal at its headquarters, stores, and manufacturing operations. Marketing and North American sales and distribution is based in Kent, Washington. A portion of every sale benefits the education of Sherpa children through the Paldorje Education Fund, as IRS 501 (c) (3) charitable arm the company established in May 2012. For more information, visit www.sherpaadventure gear.com

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