Every once in a while a brand emerges from a sea of products, one which develops what you might consider a cult following — YETI is one of them. Sure, they’re just coolers but the moment you set your eyes on them you can tell something is different and even more so once you begin using one.
With October fast approaching, the color pink has been blossoming all around us as we near Breast Cancer Awareness Month. After first appearing in the fall of 1992, the pink ribbon has become synonymous with breast cancer research and the importance of regular check ups for men and women alike.
If you know anything about Yeti products, you understand that they pride themselves on their products extreme durability, toughness, and ability to keep things colder than imaginable. The Yeti Ice is nothing short of your high expectations.
Ever since YETI has made its debut it has secured a cult-like following amongst outdoorsman and beverage drinkers alike. At first glance they may seem like just another cooler, but the second you begin using one you know it is anything but ordinary.
A cooler ice chest is a necessity for kayaking – especially longer kayaking trips. They hold the sodas, the fish, and sometimes, when appropriate the adult beverage.
Award Winning Outdoor Retailer Continues Expansion with Fifth Store Austin, Texas (August 22, 2013) – Outdoor retailer, Austin Canoe and Kayak (ACK), a division of MSP Holdings LLC, announced today plans to open a 5th location in northwest San Antonio, Texas. ACK San Antonio will be conveniently located at 12758 Cimarron Path, Suite 126, just off I-10, south of 1604.
Announcing the 2011 ACK Kayak Fishing Challenge Winners! Typically, when my alarm goes off anytime before 6am my hand always makes it’s way to the snooze button, on target and with no effort whatsoever.
The annual fishing event in central Texas for all kayak anglers. Join us for the 4th annual 2011 Kayak Fishing Challenge, an annual catch-and-release kayak-fishing event held on Lady Bird Lake in Austin, Texas benefiting the Kids Outdoor Zone.
While many of us are preparing to hit the road this weekend, some of us are focusing on how to enjoy the July 4th celebration at, or near home. Personally, I have yet to make solid plans due to a series of commitments but a friend of mine wanted for me to help lay out an inexpensive and uncomplicated weekend of paddling for him so thought I would share my suggestions here.
Austin, Texas (November 11, 2014) – Outdoor retailer, Austin Canoe and Kayak (ACK), a division of MSP Holdings, LLC, will donate $1,435.72 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).