Endurance Conspiracy, owned by former pro triathlete Tony DeBoom (brother of two-time Ironman world champion Tim DeBoom), is teaming up with musician Jack Johnson to raise funds for Colorado flood recovery efforts.
Johnson has announced his support of flood recovery and rebuilding efforts after the devastating flooding in Colorado in September by distributing $10,000 among several organizations working on immediate relief and long-term recovery efforts in communities that were the hardest hit by the flooding. In order to leverage additional support from the community, Johnson is encouraging fans to match donations to these non-profits, which include Foothills United Way (Unitedwayfoothills.org), The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County (Commfound.org), the Center for Resource Conservation (Conservationcenter.org), the Colorado Ocean Coalition (Coloradoocean.org), and Save the Children (Savethechildren.org).
Johnson is currently on the road on his “From Here To Now To You” tour and will be performing on Wed., Oct. 9 at the Paramount Theatre in Denver. To raise additional funds for recovery efforts, the Boulder-based company Endurance Conspiracy and friends (Econscious, Goodbye Blue Monday and Pearl Izumi) will be offering limited edition Chari-Tees to fans at his concert. These specially designed shirts honor the “endurance capital of the world” and all of the historic trails and cycling routes that were damaged or destroyed during the floods. 100 percent of Chari-Tee proceeds will be donated to organizations committed to rebuilding Boulder and the Front Range. Learn more at Enduranceconspiracy.com.