GEAR GIVEAWAY: ENTER TO WIN!

Hunter Bay has been a proud partner with the Chris Anthony Youth Initiative Project since 2017.Our second roastery and coffee bar in Old Town Arvada, Colorado in collaboration created the Youth Project Blend
that gives back 15% of all proceeds to youth experiential education with The Glide Project and Chris Anthony Youth Initiative Project.
Chris has recently paired up with Pakems, a company producing lightweight packable boots designed to take with you after sports to sit back in and be comfortable in. Pakems GEAR GIVEAWAY contest starts today!  Enter below for your chance to win!

Prizes
1st place wins over $900 in GEAR
2nd & 3rd place wins over $200 in GEAR
ENTER TO WIN HERE!

The lightweight, packable boot


"We believe in giving back and making a difference. We believe real change starts with everyone's intention each and every day. To encourage everyone that we need to treat others with respect, we have the words "be kind" on the inside of every show."

Life's an adventure, take us with you! Pakems are the lightweight packable boot designed to take with you while you PLAY HARD. The perfect solution to slip on so you can sit back and RELAX HAPPY. (Pakems)

Chris Anthony: 
Pro Skier & Colorado Snow Sports Inductee


Chris Anthony is a Colorado native, University of Colorado graduate and longtime Vail & Denver resident. Chris has competed at an international level in both the sports of cycling and both alpine racing and big mountain skiing. Chris has filmed 27 years as athlete and on-screen personality with the Warren Miller film team. His feats are displayed in the annual Warren Miller feature film, numerous television programs and documentaries. He has free-lanced for several publications, co-authored a guidebook, commissioned to write a screenplay, and hosted and co-produced several television and film projects.
(https://www.chrisanthony.com)

The Chris Anthony Youth Initiative


The Chris Anthony Youth Initiative Project is supervised by the Colorado Non-Profit Development Center and has reached over 70,000 students in the past 20 years. Going into the Youth Project’s fifth year as a 501c non-profit organization, a portion of the proceeds from the dark roast blend will support the mission. Visit ChrisAnthony.com to learn more and invest in community. 

Youth Project Blend

The Glide Project brings appropriate snow science and avalanche education programs to the youth in Eagle County. Each bag of coffee beans sold supports experiential education for youth. Yeti’s Grind, a coffee shop located in Eagle, Colorado, was the first to commit to carry the Youth Project Blend and support a much needed and underfunded snow education program in their community, “The Glide Project".