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This Week in Basecamp 010: Events, Features, & Sales from our Home Store

Warehouse Sale Launch!

It’s finally here everyone, the day you have all been waiting for! The warehouse sale is LIVE and runs now through March 6. We’ve got some great merchandise available, but with the super low prices it's going fast! So head on over to our Basecamp location at 205 W. Dickson St. and check it out!

Super chill prices are made extra accessible with Willy-Wonka style surprises with all purchases over $50. Presented in the form of GOLD, SILVER, or BRONZE coupons, surprises range from sherpa-lined fleece jackets to tees to 4-count sticker packs.

Stoke level was super high for winners from day one of the sale. For even more savings, check our Twitter page for a $10 off giveaway!

Fresh Stock & Company We Love: YETI

Basecamp just received a fresh shipment of these bad boys, some with the Fayettechill logo and some without.

As the company says, “this isn’t some wimpy, gas station cooler." It seems as though these coolers are indestructible! Built with the roughest and toughest adventurer in mind, YETI uses only the best of cooler technology for its products. From the heavy-duty rubber latches to the polyurethane foam walls, these coolers have got you covered. Make sure you stop by and get one before your next big adventure.

Events to Lookout For

Kings River Trail Building Party: Are you interested in helping build a mountain biking trail near Kings River? Come join us from February 26 through the 28 and help out.

This two-day work party is being hosted by the Nature Conservancy and Rich Carlsen of Sugar Ridge Resort to start on the two and half mile trail. This trail will stretch from the Kings River Deck House to the Eagle Cliff Overlook and back. The Nature Conservancy and the Ozark Off Road Cyclists will be providing tools, food and drinks for the volunteers. And what better way to end a long workday than beer from Core and Fossil Cove Brewery? There will be a meeting and shrimp boil Friday night with trail building starting early Saturday morning. The Kings River Deck House has 20 beds but there are only six left! So sign up while there are still spots available!

For further information and sign up, contact Melanie at mtbikechic1@gmail.com or oorc.club@gmail.com.

Richland Creek Cleanup: Calling all volunteers! What’s better than cleaning up litter along Richard Creek to help improve water quality and the habitats of precious wildlife? I’d say nothing! Join the The Beaver Watershed Alliance and your fellow volunteers on February 27.

Gloves and tools will be provided for all that sign up. Check in begins at 9 a.m. and the event ends at 1 p.m. with lunch and some great giveaways, including some Fayettechill wear. Contact Bryant Baker at (479) 750-8007 or bryant@beaverwatershedalliance.org for more information or for volunteer signup.


Gumbo Cookoff: Get those pots, pans, and ladles ready for the annual Fayetteville Gumbo Cookoff benefitting the Fayetteville Natural Heritage Foundation for the Mount Kessler Reserve. Held at the Fayettechill Smokehouse, teams will be cooking up their best batch of gumbo in hopes of taking home prize money, the beloved trophy and of course bragging rights to the best gumbo in Fayetteville. Along with delicious homemade gumbo, the event will have live music and beer from a number of local breweries. So come on over and join the fun on March 5th from 12-5 p.m.