Four Bridges Outfitters Celebrates Grand Opening On Oct. 20

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

The Grand Opening of Four Bridges Outfitters, 315 N. Market Street will be Oct. 20, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.  There will be light snacks and beverages. 

Four Bridges Outfitters is Chattanooga’s latest location to buy new and used outdoor gear. 

Organizers said, "Our mission is to provide customers with excellent, affordable gear so that they can have everything they need in order to enjoy their favorite outdoor activity."

Four Bridges carries gear for camping, backpacking, paddling, climbing, hiking and cycling, with new items coming in almost every day.  Four Bridges builds its inventory from a variety of locations and also accepts items for consignment and trade.

Though most of Four Bridges Outfitters gear is used, new items are featured from companies such as: PMI, Tenaya and Trango. Pigeon Mountain Industries (PMI) is a rope company out of LaFayette, and Four Bridges is thrilled to support an industry that is so close to home.

Along the same lines, Four Bridges also strives to support local artists and features items such as handmade hats, lip balms, paddles, and backpacks.


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