Outdoor Gear Specialist needed in PA

10:39 a.m. on September 13, 2016 (EDT)
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http://www.outdoorindustryjobs.com/OIJMain.asp?Option=JobDetail&ID=6816

Sounds like the perfect gig for a TS enthusiast.  I'd apply but the commute from Washington (state) would be a little rough. 

11:02 a.m. on September 13, 2016 (EDT)
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Sounds like a totally phone/online deal. Well, until I got to this part:

Employee May Telecommute: No
Job seekers must live within: 25 miles
Required to Relocate: Yes

That's a deal breaker for me :)

9:11 p.m. on September 13, 2016 (EDT)
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If you don't know Backcountry Edge, you should.

When considering purchasing new gear, my first two stops are always Trailspace and Backcountry Edge. While the makeup of the reviews are very different (i.e. text/photo-based community-provided v. videos by "gear specialists") the results are often similar (i.e. pros, cons, best for, things to consider, etc.) and I find the voices of both balance one another nicely.

If I were younger and more transient, I would totally apply. If for no other reason than to work with Steven "Leon" who is one of the specialists with a legendary beard. And I mean legendary. 

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