Good To-Go, the award-winning dehydrated gourmet meal brand changing the way people eat on the go, has announced the addition of multiple rep agencies across the US and Canada. New agencies will be representing the brand in the Northeast, Midwest, Southwest, and Pacific Northwest of the US, as well as Western and Eastern Canada.
“With the completion of our new production facility at the end of 2016, Good To-Go is now able to expand into additional markets,” said Good To-Go co-founder, David Koorits. “One of the key resources needed for that are sales reps. From our growing team here in New England, to the addition of these new agencies, we have a fantastic sales force representing Good To-Go in every state of the US. Additionally, we will be launching sales in Canada at the end of May. We have come a long way in three years and are looking forward to 2017 and the forecasted growth.”
Northeastern US and Eastern Canada (NY, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, ME, ON, QC, NB, NS, NL, PEI)
Agency: Sky AmbitionsSky Ambitions is an independent sales agency in the outdoor retail industry, founded by Dave Karl in 1989. The agency also represents Big Agnes, Petzl, Oboz, Adventure Medical Kits and Nikwax.
For more info: Kristin Karl, email@example.com, 603-356-6255
Midwest (ND, SD, MN, WI, UP of Michigan, IA, NE, IL)
Agency: Midwest Outdoor SalesMidwest Outdoor Sales brings over 30 years of experience serving manufacturers and retailers in the Midwest. The team of 5 also represents Osprey Packs, Cascade Designs, Yakima, Goal Zero, Bogs, Terramar, and Chaos Headwear.
For more info: Jeff Reimann, firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-910-6585
Southwest US (CA, AZ, NV, HI)Agency: Tenaya Group
Tannis and Ed Sampson are a strong family team that believe in the products they represent, with 33 years of sales experience. The Tenaya Group also represents La Sportiva, Sterling Rope, Hillsound Micro Spikes and Kask Helmets.
For more info: Ed Sampson, email@example.com, 303-931-9404
Pacific Northwest (AK, WA, OR, MT, ID)
Agency: Yukon Trading CompanyYukon Trading Co. is a sales and marketing solutions agency working independently with manufacturers of quality outdoor products to build successful partnerships with specialty retailers and organizations. The agency also represents Jetboil, Chaco, Merrell, Leki Trekking, Goal Zero, Grayl, and Pistil.
For more info: Stuart McCornack, firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-329-8734
Agency: Mountain Exposure
Specializing in the outdoor and cycling markets, Mountain Exposure works with businesses that embrace the outdoors and are driven by passion. The agency also represents Exped, Icebreaker, Jetboil, Julbo, Osprey, SteriPEN, Outdoor Research and Dish & DU/ER.
For more info: Greg McDonald, email@example.com, 1-866-869-8689 * 702
Good To-Go was founded by Jennifer Scism and David Koorits. Jennifer is an award-winning chef with a focus on the importance of good food. She has cooked at NY Times 4-Star rated restaurants, traveled to over 20 countries studying regional foods, and along with her team from Annisa, has beaten the Iron Chef, Mario Batali, on the TV Food Network’s Iron Chef program. It’s safe to say she knows good food. David has spent his career as a wilderness therapy counselor, ski patroller, wildland firefighter and nurse. Today, he manages the business operations of Good To-Go.
The dehydrated gourmet brands’ mission is to elevate expectations of what trail food can taste like. Good To-Go launched in 2014, a time when the market was obviously craving something tastier and healthier. The brand has been adding people-power and production space to address demand and today, Good To-Go can be found in over 400 stores nationwide. Two of its meals, Thai Curry and Oatmeal, have been recipients of the prestigious Backpacker Editors’ Choice award. More info can be found at www.goodto-go.com. For sales inquiries, please contact David Koorits, firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-828-9097 and for media, Kate Ketschek, email@example.com, 603-828-1050.
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