13 Feb '17, 11am

Brands revolt against US environmental policy

SALT LAKE CITY - Polartec, the premium provider of innovative textile solutions, has announced its withdrawal from the US Outdoor Retailer trade show in Utah in solidarity with its customer, US outdoor business Patagonia, which recently withdrew from Outdoor Retailer trade shows in Utah in response to the state government's public land policy. The show is held twice a year in Salt Lake City.

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