We spend our days making products that help people run, jump, hike, ski, dance, climb, work, play and live life to its fullest. But when we aren't at the office, we're out in the world adventuring with Superfeet products, just like you. In this series, meet some of our employee-owners, read their stories and follow along as they #adventurewithsf in the Superfeet Sprinter Van.
Superfeet Job Title:
What that means (in Shari's words):
I do a little bit of everything from communicating with our distributors around the world to enforcing our online pricing policy. I am the support role for International and Internet sales.
What's one thing you never leave home without?
My iPhone X, the camera is perfect for capturing adventures.
Tell us one thing on your bucket list.
Visit Alesund, Norway...look it up in Google Images, you'll thank me later.
What's been your greatest adventure so far? Tell us!
Backpacking all around the North Cascades. There is nothing quite like getting out of cell phone range and enjoying the breathtaking views of the PNW.
About Shari's Adventure
Where did you adventure to in the Superfeet Sprinter Van?
The first night when we didn't have a designated spot to park the sprinter van, it was super late and dark outside. We just chose a random turn out area off Highway 101 in Cannon Beach and woke up to an amazing view of Haystack Rock!
Tell us something else fun/exhilarating/different/thrilling about your adventure:
The whole 3-day Daughters of Norway Convention experience was a blast. It started off with a Cultural Day and a variety of Scandinavian Classes; I took a crafting class with Melissa Bahen, the author of Scandinavian Gatherings. Days 2 & 3 were more formal business meeting days with century old traditions and celebrations. We enjoyed entertainment by a hardanger fiddle player, a bunad parade with traditional dresses from all over Norway, and lots of tasty Scandinavian treats. It was fun to meet and connect with ladies from other lodges throughout the United States and celebrate our heritage.