Oboz is donating over 200 of its O-FIT insoles to Livingston Healthcare for their nurses and first responders, with plans to send replacements and to supply additional hospitals, including Bozeman Health.
Oboz donated its product development department’s 3D printer to Masks for Heroes Montana, masksforheroes.org, a local Bozeman organization working to supply face masks to the medical and first responder community in the Gallatin Valley. To date they have donated over 4,000 masks.
HelpMontana.org supports local businesses and their employees through the sale of gift card packs. Oboz has donated ten pairs of its Arete shoes as an incentive giveaway for the program’s launch.
“We live in a very close-knit community and these were a few of ways we found we could help support the effort,” said Rich Hohne, Oboz Footwear Director Marketing.
“It’s important to keep active during this time, but it is critical that we all keep our distance when outside our homes,” said Hohne. “If venturing in the outdoors be sure to check local regulations, as well as park and trail closures and restrictions before heading out.”
The logo treatment was developed by Oboz’s PR agency, Pale Morning Media, and will be featured on Oboz social channels starting this week.
“Altering a logo is generally a cardinal sin, but we thought it was a small thing that we could do to help reinforce this important message,” added Hohne. “Our hope is that by each of us doing our part we will beat the virus faster and we can retire this logo forever.”
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