#ShareTheOutdoors for Earth Day!

path_hills_usa_california_hdr_photography_sea_1440x900_29828 copy Earth Day is this Tuesday, April 22nd. We think one of the best ways to celebrate our incredible planet is getting out into nature. And chances are, most of us have some outdoor gear laying around the house, that's just yearning to be taken outside.

Why not share it on yerdle?

 

From now until 4/22 at 11:59pm PST,

we'll give you 25 bonus credits for any outdoor gear item

you post on yerdle - for up to 4 items.

Just add #ShareTheOutdoors in the item description!

 

WHAT TO SHARE:

Anything that will help a fellow yerdler get outside and enjoy nature. Categories include hiking, camping, cycling, swimming, kayaking, running, skiing, snowboarding, climbing, surfing, caving, sky-diving (wee!), bee-keeping, photography and more.

 

Examples that will earn you 25 bonus credits:

  • Camping tent
  • Hiking boots
  • Backpack
  • Sleeping pad or sleeping bag
  • Climbing harness
  • Camp stove
  • Head lamp
  • Cycling jersey
  • Kayaking gloves
  • Hydration pack
  • Surf booties
  • Snow goggles
  • Reusable water bottle

 

BAD examples that will not earn you 25 bonus credits:

  • Items that are broken or too worn to be re-used
  • A necklace with a tree on it
  • A pencil

 

HOW TO EARN YOUR CREDITS:  

In the description of your item, type #ShareTheOutdoors

This will enable us to identify your item as participating, and reward you with 25 bonus credits per item, up to 4 items (or 100 credits total).

 

Questions?

Drop us a line at hello@yerdle.com

 

Thanks for Sharing The Outdoors on Earth Day!

—Rachel & the yerdle team

 

p.s. Earth Day is a moment when the whole world celebrates the wondrous natural resources we rely on. At yerdle, our goal is conserve those natural resources by helping people get what they need from their friends and neighbors - rather than always buy new. Thanks for being leaders in the #reuse and #sharing economy!

If you want ideas on how to get into the outdoors on Earth Day, we recommend you check out the Sierra Club's Outings - they have local hikes and trips in every corner of the USA.


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