The North Face and Steve Lesnard are Making Environmental Contributions to Stop Environmental Retributions
In lewd of the holiday season, The North Face has rolled out a line of eco-friendly products that they are excited to be providing to their loyal following. The company has always been committed to environmental causes and they are using the holidays to start the conversation about decreasing potentially harmful practices; they are also encouraging everyone to get active. Since being founded, the North Face has been about physical activity and saving parks, so they’re really getting into that this year with their Eco-Heritage collection.
While making this statement about helping the environment, they are also doing their part to decrease their own personal carbon footprint through the use of sustainable products and recycled supplies. The North Face team is working to make this project more impactful globally because only the world can save the world. And through careful craftsmanship and construction of their products, they are actually making environmentally-friendly fashion possible. The North Face has also committed to donating a portion of their proceeds to an environmentally-focused organization and they are putting this daunting choice in the hands of their customers.
As Global Vice President of Marketing, Steve Lesnard is working hard with the North Face marketing team to ensure that this reaches every corner of the world possible. Since being brought aboard, Steve Lesnard has made it his mission to ensure that the North Face is reaching their customers in every way they can and unifying their community in the fight against eco-catastrophe. The vote is on with the unveiling of the Future Light line and Eco-Heritage collection. Whether you choose to contribute to the Girl Scouts of America, The National Park Foundation or The Trust for Public Lands; The North Face and Steve Lesnard feel that either foundation is a great choice to make the environment and our parks a better place.