Summer Camp for Media and Tech Peeps
September 7, 2017 - summer camp
If you’re perplexing to sell hiking shoes, because not infer your product’s value with a morning’s run by a trees?
That’s a proof behind “Redwood Trail Running Workshop,” one of a countless panels, demonstrations, talks, and events holding place during The Outpost. Billed as “a association of brands, buyers, media, and influencers fabricated to emanate a new outside lifestyle and colonize a new approach business should be done,” The Outpost has taken a customary threads of a discussion and set them within Mendocino’s Camp Navarro.
With a “Running Workshop,” attendees will be given a possibility to join shoemakers Asics and internal sequence A Runner’s Mind to “learn a simple of pre- and post-run physique maintenance.” Everyone in a seminar will also accept a span of Asics’ GEL-Fujirado multi-terrain route shoes, a rather inventive coupling of code and summer stay that defines a ethos of Outpost.
Spanning 200 acres, member for companies like Airstream, Revive Kombucha, Anchor Brewing, and many others will arrange in a environment distant private from a waste proportions of gathering halls and windowless assembly rooms. Instead attendees can go on stargazing hikes, kayak, and get a pile-up march in falconry.
Geared towards formulating a camping vibe, Outpost is expecting 500 guest from fields like technology, media, culinary arts, and over for a weekend that brings together sales, publicity, marketing, and s’mores.
While Outpost’s initial events — that took place in Joshua Tree National Park and in New York — were invite-only affairs, a Camp Navarro weekend has some tickets accessible for a public. Mixed in with a activities and panels are insinuate low-pitched performances from Alex Cameron, Christopher Willits, and Animal Feelings. Comedian Nick Thune is also scheduled to perform. Tickets embody meals, drinks, and lodging, a latter of that takes a form of furnished tents and cabins.
“It’s an knowledge that borrows as most from Burning Man as a aisles of REI,” says Gear Junkie owner Stephen Regenold in a press recover for a weekend.
Regenold — along with TechCrunch editor-at-large Josh Constine, Sunset Magazine exam kitchen manager Angela Bressinga, Paste contributing song editor Adrian Spinelli, and Ad Week author Terry Stanley, among others — will all be on-hand to horde panels that operation in subject from “State of Consumer Behavior” to “Biomimicry + The Future.
As a line between fun and work continues to fuzz in a Bay Area, it seems Outpost has found a ideal impulse to take a overlie between a dual a step farther. Just remember to things a few business cards in your sleeping bag.
The Outpost, Friday to Sunday, Sept. 8-10 during Camp Navarro, 901 Masonite Industrial Rd, Navarro, CA. Badges are $850 and can be purchased during theoutpost.us/.