Everyday I hear more and more great stories about people just up and starting companies, and Scout Seattle is another one to add to that inspiring group. The Masters, the husband and wife team behind the new brand Scout Seattle, moved from Florida to Seattle and noticed they were spending a lot more of their weekends outdoors among the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, Puget Sound, the high desert and rain forests near the city, and lot less of their weekends indoors in air conditioning. So they embarked on a business to bring back that old-school analog aesthetic to car camping of generation's past. Scout Seattle offers an edited list of American-made items including single pole canvas tents, field beds, pocket knives and a cotton chambray bandana—which is being given away!
To enter to win the Semaphore Square bandana made from Japanese chambray, leave a comment and cross your fingers! I'll pick a winner at random tomorrow evening. Good luck!
***The winner is Korey*** who said: I've always wanted to run away with a clean pair of underwear, a cheese sandwich and a teddy bear wrapped up in a kerchief on a stick. . .(haha, nice!)
Email me: lizziegarrett(at)gmail(dot)com, and I'll connect you with Scout Seattle!