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Copper Mountain Resort recycles old ski patrol gear

Copper Mountain Resort shared this picture on Tuesday showcasing the old ski patrol gear the resort's employee store, GearUp, has boxed up to recycle with the help of the outdoor clothing company Patagonia.
Courtesy Rebecca Casabonne, Copper Mountain Resort

Copper Mountain Resort will be recycling its old ski patrol uniforms. The resort’s employee store, GearUp, is doing so with the help of the outdoor clothing company Patagonia.

Copper said on its Copper Recruiter Twitter account on Tuesday that Patagonia will keep the uniforms out of landfills by recycling and repurposing the items.


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