Bonanza Flats to Remain Untouched

It’s official – the $38 million dollars required to secure and protect Utah’s Bonanza Flats from developers has been raised and the area will remain untouched. KÜHL’s Founder Kevin Boyle appeared on Park City TV this week to talk about why it was important to donate money to protect this open space. He was joined by KÜHL’s in-house public relations manager Melanie Webb, who emphasized the importance of nature and open space for our health and well being.

KÜHL Founder Kevin Boyle and KÜHL PR Manager Melanie Webb appear on Park City TV.

Reflecting on the early days of KÜHL, Kevin gave a shout out to one of our earliest retail partners in the 1980’s, Park City’s White Pine Touring. “Park City has given us a lot of opportunity. It’s great to be able to give back to Park City 25 years later.”

Kevin talked about Mountain Culture, a culture of sharing and giving back that is embedded in KÜHL.

KÜHL has donated over $100,000 to several conservation and humanitarian organizations during the past year, including the Rhino Projekt.

You can watch the TV segment and get the scoop on what’s new and disruptive from KÜHL here:

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