Congratulations to the 2019
Get on the trail contest winners
Ashley Sheffer and Shawn Alcorn accepting the First Place award for Core Goods
Credit: Core Goods Facebook page
Grand prize winner:
Core Goods will be using their $5,000 grand prize winnings to expand their offerings to trail users. At their Oil City store, they will be installing a filtered water station, adding more bins and healthy snacks to their bulk section, and stocking a supply of reusable containers for snacks on-the-go. These improvements will enable outdoor recreation lovers to refuel before hitting the region's trails.
Second Place winners:
peddlers & paddlers inn and wildwood outfitters
Peddlers & Paddlers Inn will be using their $2,000 prize winnings to launch a pedicab service for visitors, guests, and area residents to ride on the bike trail. This service will appeal to adults who cannot otherwise experience the trails due to physical limitations or lack of equipment.
Emily Abuele and Tammy Dulaney accepting a Second Place award for Peddlers & Paddlers Inn
Wildwood Outfitters will be using their $2,000 prize winnings to purchase additional fishing equipment and clothing gear to supply their guide service clients.
Nick DelVecchio accepting a Second Place award for Wildwood Outfitters