Black Folks Camp Too Partners with North Carolina RV Dealers Association to Increase Unity in the RV Community and Beyond
– If you are a resident of Charlotte, NC, you may have, for the first time ever, recently heard an RV Show advertisement on an Urban radio station by a man who founded the company, Black Folks Camp Too.
Great Outdoor Provision Co. and Black Folks Camp Too Partner to Unify the Outdoors in the Southeast
Great Outdoor Provision Co., a Grassroots Outdoors Alliance member and one of the largest and oldest outdoor retailers in the southeast known for selling top-of-the line quality gear for outdoor enthusiasts, is proud to announce its latest partnership with Black Folks Camp Too.
BIG Adventures and Black Folks Camp Too Partner to Welcome “More” Entrepreneurs
BIG Adventures, local leader in kayak manufacturing, has partnered with Black Folks Camp Too to create a digital marketing campaign designed to welcome audiences of color, young and old, male or female, experienced or non-experienced in the outdoors
A Change Has Come: Black Folks Camp Too
In the outdoors, “Everyone, everywhere, is welcomed.” That message is getting more mileage than ever now thanks to Black Folks Camp Too (BFCT)
SC State Parks is partnering with Coach Buddy Pough and Black Folks Camp Too to encourage more unity in the outdoors
Celebrated head football coach of the South Carolina State Bulldogs and native South Carolinian, Oliver “Buddy” Pough, wants to invite everyone to experience South Carolina State Parks.
Farm to Feet Teams with Black Folks Camp Too
Farm to Feet has collaborated with Black Folks Camp Too (BFCT) to create a new sock style to promote BFCT’s mission to remove fear, add knowledge and invite more Black folks to camp, and enjoy the outdoor lifestyle with any and everyone.
Every Campsite Has a Unity Blaze: Black Folks Camp, Tentrr Too Announce Partnership
All Tentrr campsites will now incorporate Black Folks Camp Too’s ‘Unity Blaze’ symbol to promote inclusivity in the outdoors and beyond
WNC Made By Mountains Partnership and Black Folks Camp Too announce new ‘Return on Inclusion’ campaign
The WNC Made By Mountains Partnership and Black Folks Camp Too are energized to announce a new “Return On Inclusion” campaign
New partnership with Black Folks Camp Too will help energize NC outdoors with greater diversity
The N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources is partnering with Black Folks Camp Too to encourage participation and engagement with diverse communities through the department’s new Parks and Trails for Health (PATH) initiative. PATH combines physical activity in parks, greenways, and other outdoor spaces in North Carolina with educational opportunities.