Office Hours Podcast: Why Buy Costly Outdoor Gear When Arrive Outdoors Lets You Rent It?

Office Hours Podcast: Why Buy Costly Outdoor Gear When Arrive Outdoors Lets You Rent It?

Stripped of their outdoor gear before their move to Los Angeles, Rachelle Snyder and her husband, Ross Richmond, arrived, surrounded by tantalizing outdoor adventure, but unprepared to enjoy it — and nowhere to turn. That problem led them to co-found Arrive Outdoors, a company that rents camping and skiing gear and attire.


On today's episode of Office Hours, hear Rachelle dig into the details of partnering with brands, how best to service the consumer — and why running the business with her husband works.

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