Companies Raise Awareness and Attendance for National Parks

SOURCE: Cone Communications


As summer heats up, many Americans take this time to enjoy the glories of nature by visiting our nation’s vast National Parks system. Yet, those same national treasures are in peril due to proposed National Parks Service budget cuts. As discussions on the topic heat up, many companies are showing their support for the outdoors through campaigns raising money, awareness and attendance at America’s National Parks.

  • Apple: This July, Apple Watch owners have the opportunity to earn a parks inspired activity badge and sticker set for use in the iPhone Messages app by completing a 3.5 mile run, walk, or wheelchair workout – matching the length of a hike from Old Faithful to Mallard Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Additionally, between July 1-15, Apple will donate $1 to the National Park Foundation for every purchase made with Apple Pay at any Apple Store or online. 

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