March 9, 2016
We are finally ready to announce our new 2016 Brand Ambassadors! Once again, we were completely overwhelmed by the amount and quality of applications we received – you made this a very difficult choice. We are blessed to have so many loyal and passionate supporters, so THANK YOU to everyone who applied.
After much deliberation, discussion and debate, we’ve decided to add these 7 amazing applicants to 13 of the folks we chose last year (Bugsy, Gabriella, Hannah, Blair, Nic, Dan, Karen, Terryn, Mike, Eric, Dave, Tom & Jill), giving us 20 Brand Ambassadors from around the country and Canada representing us for 2016. We hope you enjoy getting to know them here and throughout the year.
Dan Small – As host of the weekly Public TV show Outdoor Wisconsin for 32 years and Outdoors Radio for 10, Dan Small will be a familiar name and face to many SK fans. An avid hunter, angler, conservationist, and outdoor writer, he also is a part-time farmer, raising sheep, goats and heirloom chickens.
Mesa Pate – Mesa is deeply involved in the bucking bull industry, being one of the first women hauling bulls to the PBR. She also raises bulls, trains horses and reps for a cattle sales company. She much prefers her Stormy Kromer ladies caps over the secondhand caps she used to wear on the ranch!
Adam Noll – One of the most well-known adventurers in the tri-state area around Chattanooga, TN, Adam (aka @ThatOutdoorGuy) spends as much time as possible outside, whether that be hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, whitewater rafting or traveling the length of the Appalachian Mountains with his family.
Jeremy Moore – Jeremy is blessed to have both his lifestyle and livelihood include hunting, fishing and trapping. His company provides training and training products for sporting dogs and he can be found all over the U.S. promoting his work and supporting great organizations like Whitetails Unlimited.
Erin Kirkland – Erin, Alaska’s only family travel journalist, spends much of her time encouraging kids and families to get outside and enjoy the beauty of her home state. She says “Alaska is a gift that’s been wrapped and offered to our family,” and feels humbled “to live, work, and play in the Last Frontier.”
Andy Case – Andy’s alter ego, “The Midwestern Gentleman” is the epitome of Stormy Kromer style. He calls MWG “his ode to the Midwest lifestyle and promotion of the people, places and businesses that make it the greatest place on earth.” We’re glad to partner with him on this noble mission.
Mark & Jennifer Rohrich – What happens when a born and raised California girl falls in love with a third-generation North Dakota farmer? You get a great couple like Mark & Jenny – hardworking, down-to-earth folks farming wheat, corn, soybeans and sunflowers who appreciate quality products like Stormy Kromer.