Boulder, CO — After months of preparation, Polar Bottle is pleased to announce that the company has expanded its line of benefit bottles to include causes ranging from international land preservation to national rock climbing advocacy.
Now available for sale on the Polar Bottle website are four new bottles supporting a variety of non-profits, including Chile-based conservation group Conservacion Patagonica, Boulder-based rocking climbing advocacy organization the Access Fund, international relief group Global Bike and Colorado bike racing advocates The Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado.
“We chose these four organizations because their missions align with some of the issues that are most important to both our company and the rest of the outdoor and sports industries,” said Polar Bottle President Judy Amabile. “We feel privileged to work with them.”
Specifically, Amabile explained, Conservacion Patagonica and the Access Fund were chosen because of their conservation and sustainability efforts. Global Bike — which provides bicycles to communities in developing nations — and the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado, in turn, were selected because of their commitment to promoting cycling both locally and abroad.
The Polar Bottle Benefit Bottle Line, launched in 2012 to further the company’s advocacy and charity initiatives, includes more than a dozen bottles supporting a range of local, national and international non-profits and advocacy groups. For every $14.99 bottle sold, Polar Bottle donates $5 to the corresponding charity.
The patented Polar Bottle water bottle features an insulating layer between two walls of plastic, so it keeps liquids cool twice as long as other water bottles. The Made in America bottle fits standard bike water bottle cages and features a convenient, removable carrying strap. All Polar Bottle products are, and always have been, BPA-free and Phthalate-free.