Matt Brooks of San Francisco Teams with the American Alpine Club

To further its support of organizations that seek to conserve the accessibility of mountaineering and backcountry adventures, Brooks-Range Mountaineering Equipment Company partnered with the American Alpine Club (AAC).

“We are proud to support and partner with such an important organization for the mountain community,” says Matt Brooks of San Francisco, owner and founder of Brooks-Range. “As a life member of the AAC, I am excited to increase my involvement and use the Brooks-Range brand to raise the profile of the AAC’s mission.”

Matt Brooks Starts Brooks-Range
Matt Brooks of San Francisco founded his mountaineering company Brooks-Range in 1995. He was prompted to create the company while he was taking his Certified Ski Guide course and saw how inadequate the equipment was. Brooks then set out to create products that would better fit the needs of adventurers. He found huge success in his endeavor, and his business has continued to grow rapidly through the years.

Today, Brooks-Range provides innovative and high-quality equipment for recreational travelers, professional guides and adventurers of all kinds. The equipment sold by Brooks-Range has been tested by a team of ambassadors composed of the world’s top outdoor, avalanche and mountaineering experts, meaning the quality and safety of the equipment is guaranteed. Brooks-Range products are produced in the United States and found at many outdoor retail shops nationwide or online at www.brooks-range.com.

Phil Powers, executive director of the AAC, credited Brook-Range’s leadership in innovative product development as well as its support of the climbing community. The AAC, a charitable organization, provides logistical support, conservation and advocacy along with knowledge and inspiration to the climbing community.

The partnership between Brooks-Range and the American Alpine Club will further both organizations’ goals of seeing mountaineering continue and protecting the environment. Matt Brooks of San Francisco, as a lifetime member of the AAC, looks forward to this new partnership’s ability to further the support of the climbing community.

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