Six Moon Designs Opens Applications for Ambassador Team

Going out of our way to give everyone a break for holiday deals. How about becoming an ambassador?

Beaverton, OR (November 26, 2018) Six Moon Designs, known for designing and producing durable and affordable ultralight gear, is looking for hikers, backpackers, paddlers and ultrarunners to be a part of the new SMD Ambassador Team. These outdoor enthusiasts will work with SMD to help inspire and motivate other outdoor enthusiasts and increase awareness for the brand.
“The SMD Ambassadors will be provided with a variety of SMD products including tents and backpacks, and will play a big role in providing product feedback and helping us promote our brand to the greater outdoor community,” said Whitney LaRuffa, SMD Sales and Marketing Director. “We invite anyone who truly believes in our products and what we’re doing to apply to be part of the SMD Ambassador Team.”
Applications are open until December 1, 2018 and can be found here https://tinyurl.com/ybuojfk4Ambassadors will be announced the first week of January 2019. For more information on the company or details on the application process, please contact Whitney LaRuffa at whitney@sixmoondesigns.com.
 
About Six Moon Designs
Six Moon Designs was born on the Pacific Crest Trail by Ron Moak, an avid thru-hiker who sought out much lighter weight gear than what was available at the time. In 2002, Moak introduced his first product the Europa Tent, a 33oz. single wall silnylon shelter, and the backpacking community quickly embraced the lightweight backpacking ethic. Soon, other innovative Six Moon Designs products followed including the Gatgewood Cape, a combination poncho/shelter system and the Starlite Pack, a pioneering frameless pack with a large carrying capacity, all setting the bar for affordable, durable and lightweight backpacking gear. Today, Six Moon Designs continues to be on the cutting edge of ultralight innovation and strives to make quality ultralight tents, shelters, backpacks and other accessories designed to get more people outdoors. www.sixmoondesigns.com.