ExOfficio – Our Official Guide Outfitter
ExOfficio believes that the magic of travel, whether you seek different cultures, epic scenery, or the thrill of the unknown, is a chance to create perspective and vitality by opening your mind to the wonders of the world.
Since 1987, the company has celebrated the traveler by crafting garments that allow you to experience the world unhindered. Intelligently designed products with tangible benefits focused on one goal: comfortable performance.
ExOfficio is the official apparel sponsor of Evergreen Escapes. Learn more about ExOfficio products at www.exofficio.com.
Founded in 2009, MiiR is a Seattle-based Certified B-Corporation that commits itself to empowering people and giving back to communities in the local Seattle area and around the world by providing its customers with high-quality, sustainable travel gear.
MiiR donates 5% of its revenue to various global health and clean water projects, and allows customers to track how their purchases are making a difference in the greater global community. Over $400k has so far been donated to worldwide causes.
Herkimer Coffee is dedicated to providing coffee experiences of the highest quality. In addition to ensuring that their customers receive some of the best coffee in the Seattle area, Herkimer also strives to be a sustainable and globally responsible company. Purchasing premium coffee from smaller coffee farms means that their coffee is grown using environmentally sustainable practices, and also allows for the small-scale coffee farmers that they partner with to have access to living wages and safe work conditions.
A love of food and a passion for making the most out of all aspects of a meal are what drove founder & CEO Sharelle Klaus to open up DRY Soda Company in 2005. With a variety of unique flavors available, DRY Sparkling provides sodas that are lightly-sweetened and pair well with a wide range of foods. DRY is also partnered with non-profit organizations such as the Pike Place Market Foundation and FareStart to give back to the local Seattle community.