Franconia-based clothing and home decor company Garnet Hill will return to Copper Cannon Camp on June 5, 2014 to take part in the sixth annual camp cleanup day. Every year, Garnet Hill shuts down the company for an entire day in the spring and invades the camp in huge numbers to take on major projects before the campers arrive. The event sees more than a hundred employees taking on more than a dozen projects, all while celebrating a wonderful relationship between the camp and the company.
Check out some pictures from last year’s cleanup day below, and stay tuned for more information on the 2014 event as the time draws closer!
About Garnet Hill
Renowned for superior quality, fine fibers, and original design, Garnet Hill has provided distinctive merchandise and services of the highest caliber for more than 35 years.
The company began as an importer of English flannel sheets and has grown into a distinguished brand and multichannel marketer, offering unique bedding, home furnishings, women’s apparel and children’s clothing online and in its catalogs. Garnet Hill searches the world for unique items and inspiration for its extensive line of exclusive products. For more information, visit garnethill.com, or contact 603.823.5545 or email@example.com
About Copper Cannon
Fifty years ago, founder Hamilton Ford envisioned creating a place where children could enjoy the beauty of the White Mountains, regardless of financial status. Copper Cannon Camp’s mission provides camping experiences to children whose financial means do not afford them this opportunity. It is also one of the few nonprofit summer camp programs in the country that underwrite 100 percent of each camper’s tuition. For more information about Copper Cannon Camp, visit coppercannon.org or contact the camp at 603.823.8107, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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