Posts Tagged ‘ outdoor ’

Theater student starts ski and snowboard rental business

Jan 13th, 2016 | By
Kendal Raleigh is shown in center with husband Ian Raliegh to the right.

By Matt Johnson sjsports@uvsj.com REXBURG — BYU-Idaho student Kendal Raleigh might be studying theater in school, but she’s got to be surprising all of her business student friends with her entrepreneurial ambition. That’s because Raleigh and her husband, Ian Raleigh, recently started a new skiing and snowboarding rental business, Raleigh’s Rentals. “We love snowboarding. It’s
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New outdoor equipment shop opens in Pocatello

Nov 13th, 2015 | By
David Ashby/Idaho State Journal
Cody Nelson, the general manager of Revival Sports Outlet, which officially opened this week. The store allows customers to sell their used skiing, snowboarding or biking equipment.

By David Ashby dashby@journalnet.com POCATELLO — Even though Revival Sports Outlet has only been officially open for about a week now, customers are already referring to the new business as “the church.” It seems appropriate, especially because Revival’s business model is to provide a new life for old outdoor sporting equipment such as bikes, skis
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SNEAK PEEK: New Cabela’s store offers a glimpse into its wild outdoor environment

May 2nd, 2015 | By

By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com AMMON — In the near future, people who want to look at a bear, mountain goat or buffalo, gaze at the Grand Teton or try out a new hunting bow won’t even have to leave Ammon’s city limits to do so. They can just head to Cabela’s, which store officials say
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Driggs approves plans for outdoor stage

Dec 18th, 2014 | By
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Driggs stage rendering
A rendering by Teton Timberframe and the Broughtons for a proposed stage for the City of Driggs in memory of Bryce Broughton.

By Stephen Henderson Teton Valley News DRIGGS — The Driggs City Council approved plans for construction of a stage on the city plaza in the coming months. The stage, a memorial to Teton Timberframe founder Bryce Broughton who passed away in 2007, would be erected in the southwest corner of the city plaza near the
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