TravelChair to attend the 9th annual Tuck Fest at US National Whitewater Center Vendor Villages

by | Sep 1, 2022

Written by Adam

Adam is TravelChair's Ecommerce Manager. He is responsible for TravelChair's online sales channels, product pages, digital assets & content.
Published September 1, 2022

Do you like being outside in epic places?  How about participating in races and competitions ranging from paddle board and mountain bike races to 5ks for the kiddos, rock climbing and even deep-water soloing?  Maybe top rope soloing, freestyle kayak competitions or live music? From Trampled by Turtles to the Neighbors all the way to Mavis Staples and many, many more.  How about outdoor cooking clinics, yoga, wilderness medicine or meeting your favorite athletes.  That’s not your stick?  How about a group of friends and like-minded outdoor enthusiasts?  It’s like going to a high school reunion but only with the people you really wanted to hang out with in the first place – 😊.  Mix that with great food and community and you get TUCK FEST.

“Tuck fest is a multi-day festival that celebrates the outdoor lifestyle featuring live musical performances, a variety of outdoor competitions and races, instructional clinics, demos, and exhibitions. New and unique outdoor experiences continue to be added year after year including professional level competitions with cash prizes up for grabs. Whether you live for the outdoors or are looking to experience this lifestyle for the first time, Tuck Fest offers attendees a chance to engage at any level.” Learn more about Tuck Fest at https://tuckfest.whitewater.org/.

WHITEWATER CENTER BY THE NUMBERS

• ~1.3 million guests annually

• 13.7 million people live within a 150-mile radius

• Over 1,000 employees

• Over 30 whitewater, flatwater, and land- based activities

• Over 45 miles of trails

• 1,300 total acres

• Over 80 annual live musical performances

• 8 annual festivals

• Over 100 races/competitions annually

• Over 300 annual yoga practices

The Whitewater Center is dedicated to the promotion of active, outdoor lifestyles. Since 2006, the Whitewater Center has been helping access the outdoors for all levels of participants through its pass activities, instruction/certification courses, and programming including festivals, races, and other outdoor events. Whether you visit the Center’s 1,300 acres on the Catawba River or engage in onsite programs featured throughout the United States, the Whitewater Center wants you to play, relax, and learn outside.

This year, TravelChair’s very own Beaty Jackson will tackle Tuck Fest. Beaty Jackson is a multi-line representative, that loves repping TravelChair. Beaty works with the Taku Agency whose philosophy is simple: bulding brands by selling the experience. After getting hooked on the great outdoors, Beaty has made his passion into work! Learn more about Beaty and the Taku Agency at www.takuagency.com.

TravelChair is a woman-owned, second-generation family business located in Gig Harbor, Washington. Not to toot our own horn, but we make the best dang camp gear on the face of the planet. We put our decade of chair manufacturing knowledge and best practice into every product we create, only using the finest materials to give you the greatest camp furniture possible.

As we head into summer, TravelChair wants to inspire others to get outside doing whatever they love: hiking local trails, kayaking in the Puget Sound, or sitting around a camp fire roasting marshmallows. Our portable tables and folding camp chairs and stools will make any adventure successful.  

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