The small business I began, MOJA Gear, is quickly gaining traction as a resource for educational rock climbing information. As we grow, however, we hope to always maintain a close connection with the community.
One way to maintain this connection is by closely involving followers with our development process. Thus, I’m writing ask if any photographers out there would be willing to submit their climbing or landscape photos to be used on our site?
We’re working on a lot of updates to really give the website a face lift, and beautiful, highly engaging pictures are going to play a key role.
If interested in being involved/contributing your work, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks :D
As many of you know, MOJA Gear is brand new. We are still working out the kinks, and our energies are largely focused on developing informative and highly engaging content.
Although very small for the time being, we do have a shop as well. It’s somewhat limited during these early days, but we have some exceptional products in stock and we encourage you to take a look.
We are offering free shipping on all domestic orders, and this discount will end at 11:59pm on Saturday, 11/23/13.
This is the small business that I started this summer and I would be flattered if you took a moment to check it out :D I really hope that MOJA adds value to the community, and if there’s ever any way that we can be at your service then please reach me directly at email@example.com. Have a great day!
I’ve put together a small guide for new climbers which details the various styles of rock climbing. I’ve also added a nifty little comment field to the bottom as well :D
The MOJA team will be upgrading the presentation of our articles to make them even more engaging in the near future. Thanks for the support thus far and as always, please let me know if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions.
You may recall the recent death of 12-year-old Tito Traversa. His accident was a result of misassembled quickdraws and could have been easily avoided by taking notice of the very important details outlined in the link above.
We are rapidly adding content to our educational portion of MOJA Gear, and we’ll have a new post coming out this evening. If you like what we’re up to, please share with your friends! Much love, MOJA :D
Hellooo Tumblr, I’m finishing up the second part of my guide to understanding climbing gear. I hope this aids new climbers through the complexities of our sport. Let me know if you have any comments or suggestions. Enjoy!