Celebrate Earth Day at Adayak with Free Shipping

Today is Earth Day – a day that is intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment. An environment that is in trouble in a lot of places around the globe. It’s a place that we pracice our sports in – the mountains, the rivers, the oceans … they’re all a big part of our lives. Without them, there would be no hiking, climbing, kayaking, skiing, etc. Not to mention the world would be a pretty dull place without their beauty.

Celebrate Earth Day at Adayak with free 3-day shipping on all domestic orders. Use coupon EarthDayFreeShip during checkout. Coupon is valid now through Sunday, April 24 at midnight.

As always, a portion of proceeds with directly benefit conservation. We help support environmental and wildlife conservation organizations across the country in an effort to help preserve nature.

Earth Day Celebration – Take 10% Off

Today, April 22, is Earth Day – 2010 actually marks the 40th anniversary. Earth Day is a day to celebrate and appreciate Earth’s environment… something a lot of people take for granted. Earth Day is not just an American holiday, it’s become a global event over the years.

At Adayak, we do our best to create an eco-friendly product and run a green office. We only sell 100% organic cotton products, we used recycled mailing envelopes and shipping labels, and we also donate $1 for every order directly to environment conservation groups. I’d like to encourage you to help protect nature and the environment in which we practice all our outdoor sports. There is always room to do more and it’s never too late to start.

To celebrate Earth Day, we are offering an unlimited use coupon for 10% off your entire order. Enter coupon code:EARTH10 at checkout. Remember, Adayak has free 3-Day shipping on all orders, so getting 10% off is a great deal. We have a great selection of hiking shirts that are perfect to wear while representing your love for the outdoors. Take advantage of this offer because it expires on April 25th at midnight EST.

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Photo by Alaskan Dude on Flickr