Earl B. Hunter Jr., Founder and President of Black Folks Camp Too (BFCT), is on a mission to remove fear, add knowledge and invite MORE Black families to the outdoors to build memories and strengthen family bonds. Please join us as Earl defines his initiative around Return On Inclusion and how their action oriented initiative not only promotes more unity in outdoor spaces, but also expands an unexplored marketing niche for outdoor industry and environmental conservancies alike.
- When: Thursday, October 6, 6pm – 8pm
- Where: Black Wall Street 8 River Arts Place, Asheville, NC
- Hosted by: The Outdoor Gear Builders of WNC and Made X Mtns
- Tickets (Free): PLEASE REGISTER HERE
*Seating is limited so do not wait!
If you’ve never experienced one of Earl’s talks, you don’t want to miss this! He is an authentic and passionate storyteller who guides his audience to think from a solutions point of view.
- Share foundational knowledge about what has kept many Black Folks from experiencing and enjoying the great outdoors.
- Clarification of the “inclusion opportunities and immediate solutions” present in this moment.
- Communicate the value of “inviting” more Black Folks and underrepresented folks into the great outdoors.
- Discuss how the Unity Blaze, which is the campfire in the center of Black Folks Camp Too logo, is quickly becoming the symbol of Unity in the outdoors. The Blaze means “treat everyone, everywhere, equally.”
- AND ways to increase ROI (Return On Inclusion) via outdoor industry and lifestyle.