Timberland employees recently lined-up outside the doors of our largest conference room to purchase manufacturing samples of footwear, apparel, and accessories from the 2017 line—but this wasn’t your average sample sale. At this sample sale, employees not only score great product at a great price, but all proceeds benefit a local non-profit organization. This highly anticipated event is close to the heart of many employees, and is a creative way to put manufacturing samples to good use.
Thousands of employees, partners and consumers invited to come together throughout the fall to support and strengthen local communities
STRATHAM, N.H., August 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland celebrates the 25th anniversary of its award-winning Path of Service™ program by kicking off a season of volunteer events around the globe. The events will reinforce the brand’s commitment to be Earthkeepers by working to protect and restore the outdoors and support the communities where it does business.
At Timberland, serving the community is part of our everyday lives – and part of our landscape. As an outdoor lifestyle company, we’re not only passionate about making our products responsibly, but we’re also focused on protecting and restoring the outdoors in the communities where we live, work, and explore. One way this passion comes to life is through our Victory Garden, located outside Timberland’s global headquarters in Stratham, New Hampshire.
States with robust economies, new jobs, and increased investment all have one thing in common: forward-thinking clean energy policies that help businesses plan for the future. Here in the Northeast, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) is part of a legacy of clean energy leadership, which sets an annual cap for the region’s aggregate greenhouse gas emissions across nine states. The first cooperative effort of its kind, RGGI is a critical tool empowering businesses such as Timberland to invest in our future while also reducing costs.
Global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland recently welcomed a group of 25 emerging leaders from countries across Sub-Saharan Africa to its Stratham, New Hampshire headquarters as part of the U.S. State Department’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). The group of leaders, recipients of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, was given the opportunity to hone their skills at Dartmouth College during a six-week academic and leadership institute in business and entrepreneurship.
New seasonal exclusive Eagle Bay boot honors Earthkeepers legacy, brand’s longstanding commitment to sustainability
STRATHAM, N.H., July 19, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland announces an important milestone in its longstanding commitment to environmental responsibility – ten years since the launch of the Original Earthkeepers® 6-Inch Boot. To mark the anniversary and pay tribute to the product that fundamentally changed the company’s approach to product sustainability, Timberland today released a seasonal exclusive boot called the Eagle Bay.
Global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland believes in activating people to transform the world with powerful tools like community service. Through the company’s award-winning Path of Service™ program, first launched in 1992, employees receive up to 40 paid community service hours each year to pull on their boots and make a difference.
Global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland recently joined other community-minded companies at the National Conference on Service and Volunteering in Seattle. The annual conference, organized by Points of Light, is the largest service-focused gathering of non-profit, government, business and civic leaders in the world.