Kaden Featured in Vermont Business Magazine Following ORO Attendance

Kaden Apparel was featured in Vermont Business Magazine’s article about the Vermont outdoor businesses who are participating in the first ever virtual Outdoor Retailer Online show. Kaden, alongside Mana Threads and UnTapped, attended the July 2020 show with support from the federal State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) administered by the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development. To learn more about Kaden’s participation in the show, the STEP program, and how the state of Vermont is supporting the outdoor economy, read the full article here.

Vermont Business Magazine, based in Burlington, VT, covers Vermont business news and hosts several events honoring Vermont businesses. To learn more about Vermont Business Magazine, click here.

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