Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show 221 - Think Young

OGDEN OUTDOOR ADVENTURE SHOW 221 - THINK YOUNG

INTERVIEW - TYSON WALKER, YOUNG SUBARU

Supporting local is of utmost priority for Young Subaru in Ogden, Utah. Currently, Young's Share the Love event is donating $250 for each new car sold through January 2nd to a charity of your choice including Ogden Trails Network.

The 4th Annual Young Subaru Pet Adoption event is Saturday, Dec. 19th! Young covers all the "fixin's" per say, and has helped adopt out over 260 animals over the past three year's with this year's goal to adopt out 100 animals. Yes, a puppy with a new car! Bring the kids, because that jolly fellow in red will also make an appearance.

INTERVIEW - JOSH STUART & PARKER LICHFIELD, OGDEN MADE

Home grown in Ogden, Utah, this startup company is more than beautiful utilitarian goods, Ogden Made is creating jobs and products in an effort to help shape the future of Ogden.

Our favorite new Ogden Made product is the Two Bit Klettersack. Check out this versatile pack along with the rest of their collection in the Newgate Mall kiosk. Giving a gift made locally is the best way to support Ogden commerce and entrepreneurship this giving season. 

Purchases can also be made online at ogdenmade.com. And, be sure to check out Ogden Made on Instagram where Parker beautifully captures the essence of living in Ogden. Use the hashtag #ogdenmade to help spread the love. 

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“Does’t thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.” – Benjamin Franklin

Thank you to Young Subaru for hosting today’s 221st Episode of the Ogden Outdoor Adventure Show! Look for us on Facebook, Instagram, iTunes, & thebanyancollective.com, and our new app for Android & iPhones available from our About Page on thebanyancollective.com.

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As John Muir would say, “The Mountains are calling and we must go…” 


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