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Saucony: Saucony’s namesake is Saucony Creek, upon the banks of which the company was founded in Pennsylvania in 1898. The Saucony logo—a wave of red washing over three distinct dots—represents the endless flow of water over the boulder-strewn creek bed. Click through now for member-exclusive deals on Men’s and Women’s Saucony running footwear and apparel.
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Rise Bar: Rise Bar makes organic, allergy-friendly (no peanuts, gluten, or soy) snacks designed for adventures on the summit or the subway. Small enough that there’ll be no sticky leftovers to deal with and made with all natural ingredients, Rise Bar offers an energy kick without the glycemic overload. Step up to a healthier form of snacking now, with Rise Bar protein and energy bars, available at The Clymb for member-exclusive pricing.
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IN OTHER NEWS:
Choppin’ ‘Round the World: Did you know? On July 22 (that’s today!), 1983, entrepreneur and founder of Australian Geographic magazine Dick Smith completed the first-ever solo helicopter flight around the world. The journey took him 11 months, which might sound daunting but could be considered leisurely when compared to the 28 days it took H. Ross Perot Jr. (yup, the son of Texas gazillionaire Ross Perot) and his team to accomplish the same feat in 1982. Helicopter round-the-world flights are impressive but seem to be a battle only the wealthy can fight. For example, both Smith and Perot hired ocean-going sea vessels to wait for them in the Pacific for refueling. If you want something a little more down-to-earth to celebrate today, it’s George Clinton’s 71st birthday. Spin around like a helicopter. Feel the funk.