Marolina Outdoor, home of Huk Fishing and Nomad Outdoor, announced today that it will contribute 10% of all sales from October 18-23 from both hukgear.com and nomadoutdoor.com to fund relief efforts from Hurricane Ian’s catastrophic hurricane. category 4.
Ian’s 150 mph winds caused widespread damage throughout the region and pushed a storm surge of more than 18 feet toward the Florida coast. More than 20 inches of rain caused additional flooding, destroying hundreds of homes and businesses, many of which remain inundated two weeks after the storm. Headquartered in Charleston, SC, Marolina Outdoor knows the effects a hurricane can have on a community, and together we can help Florida bounce back faster and stronger than ever.
“Marolina is committed to providing assistance to those affected by Hurricane Ian,” said Chris Russell, vice president of marketing. “Supporting affected communities with response and recovery after disasters is important and necessary. We are proud to partner with Richard Childress Racing’s Austin Dillon and are grateful to RCR for their promised additional contribution to the recovery effort. We hope that our contribution, and that of other organizations and companies like RCR, will help provide substantial help to those most affected. We know the days ahead will be challenging, but Floridians are known for their resilience. We hope that rebuilding and healing can begin soon for the beautiful state of Florida and its citizens.”
Marolina Outdoor Inc. was founded to provide a deeply rooted product experience across all outdoor categories. Our innovative designs and technology-focused products create the foundation for our authentic outdoor apparel. Huk apparel represents a fresh take and unique understanding of the needs of fishing, offering functional styles that appeal to anglers of all ages. NOMAD is motivated to provide quality clothing so hunters can maximize their hunting experiences and provide sustenance regardless of the size of the game or where their activities take them.
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