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Kitsbow has expanded its commitment to U.S. manufacturing by relocating to a new facility near Asheville, North Carolina that will open before the end of 2019, and plans to earn 95-percent of its revenue from products made onshore by 2021.
After accepting applications for the second-annual 36 Hours in Kitsbow film series, a program giving anyone the chance to showcase their favorite cycling adventure, Kitsbow is excited to debut the first of six short films.
After putting out a call for nominations last month, Kitsbow, maker of premium cycling clothing and accessories, today announces the winners of its second annual Trail Advocate of the Year Program—Gabriel Amadeus Tiller, Don Baumgart & Vernie Aikins.
“Not Quite Out of the Woods,” a 36-hours in Kitsbow film shot and edited by Emmy Award winner Kate Geis, has been selected for the 10th annual Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival on March 20, 2019.
Following the conclusion of its successful 36 Hours in Kitsbow film series, Kitsbow announces that 2019 applications are now open for its second annual grant program that features unique short films telling the story of an overnight biking adventure.
After launching the first-ever 36 Hours in Kitsbow film series, a program giving anyone the chance to apply for a production stipend to showcase their favorite adventure, Kitsbow is honored to announce “Not Quite Out of the Woods.”