BUFFALO, New York – Orvis Buffalo is pleased to announce their “Giveback Days” event taking place throughout the month of September. The outdoor retailer is partnering with Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting and restoring the Buffalo and Niagara rivers, as well as surrounding waters.
“Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper is a member of the global Waterkeeper Alliance and has been instrumental in protecting the area’s clean water,” stated Adam Schroeder, Orvis Buffalo retail manager. “They have made great strides over the past five years and we’re proud to support their mission.”
In addition to a $2,000 cash donation from Orvis, the company is challenging their customers to give back, as well. During the month of September, customers donating $10 or more will receive a $10 Orvis savings card (limit one per customer).
There will be an after-hours event in the Orvis Buffalo store, 4545 Transit Road in Williamsville, on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, from 6-8 p.m. where the final donations will be awarded to Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper and partner groups will be raffling off Orvis products to help raise additional funds. The public is invited to attend and there will be free refreshments and drawings for Orvis savings cards.
Orvis commits 5% of pre-tax profits to protecting and sustaining the natural world, not only now, but for all who follow.
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Founded in 1856, Orvis believes the most meaningful experiences are created by sharing the love of nature and being inspired by its endless possibilities. Orvis pioneered the mail order industry in the United States, operates more than 80 retail stores in the U.S and the U.K. and maintains a network of more than 400 dealers worldwide as a trusted source of discovery and adventure in the natural world. Orvis promises to open the door to extraordinary outdoor experiences and to protect nature by committing 5% of pretax profits each year to conservation efforts worldwide.
Learn more at www.orvis.com.