To get people back to nature, we understand the importance of first and foremost, taking care of the great outdoors. Thus, our team has been working towards making WOODCHUCK the best possible company for our community, for our economy, and for good old Mother Earth. We’ve met with key execs from Fortune 50 companies, and found that there’s an even greater support network than we anticipated.
Here at Woodchuck Headquarters, we’ve been making some huge moves and last week was a wild week, to say the least! With many custom products in production and our CFO's twenty-fourth birthday topping off the week, Team WOODCHUCK decided to collect our thoughts with a cool, calm, and collective mandatory movie sesh. Instead of chucking dodge balls at each other, we sat back and settled into our DIY home-theater and soothed our minds with the movie Into the Wild and some snackage.
Happy Monday WOODCHUCKERS! This week at WOODCHUCK HQ we are braving the Minnesota cold while busily preparing to give some awesome WOODCHUCK Valentines Day Deals. Later in the week, Team WOODCHUCK is going on an excursion to the St. Paul caves for a little caving experience, pictures to come. Make it a great day!
Hello Big Apple! WOODCHUCK just returned from an awesome road trip out to New York. Amidst the exciting business opportunities, we managed to fit in some exploration of the city. The high-energy pulse of New York fits nicely with our go-get-em work ethic. Here are a few highlights from the trip we want to share.
We are huge believers in “Work hard play hard.” Our idea of play isn’t always conventional (or safe for that matter), but a few weeks ago, we decided to take a break from all the WOODCHUCKin’, and take to the skies. While we were in California setting up our new business accelerator program, we drove down to Hollister for some epic skydiving!
Any trip to Malibu, California wouldn't be complete without an epic drive back and fourth across Decker Canyon Road. I know it's one of the most dangerous roads in the US, but by far one of the most scenic and fun to drive. I'm not sure if it's the hair-pin turns, lack of guard rails, the few hundred feet cliffs, or the breathtaking vista views, but there's something about that road that really puts you in a different state.