We have amazing customers. So many of you have been with us since the beginning, with support and encouragement. So many of you come to us every day, thanking us and sharing your stories. Your journeys and pursuits inspire us to keep going and to keep it Wild. Thank you.
What is Wild?
Wild means natural and genuine. Wild means dedicated and relentless. Wild means unafraid to find your own way.
Meet three of the people who use Wild Zora bars to fuel their pursuits to better themselves and the world, to inspire and to help others:
Brian is an Ichthyologist (Fish Scientist) at CSU Fort Collins. These photos are from his latest research trip to the Little Colorado River tributary that feeds into the Colorado River at the Grand Canyon. When he was there the temperature rose to 130 degrees F! The water was 70 degrees F, and full of calcium carbonate, giving it the strange blue and white color. He went there to study the Humpback Chub, a fish native to Colorado and on the endangered species list — Brian helps make sure they don’t go extinct. The strange water there doesn’t hurt these fish, although it does harm other fish that would be predators to the Humpbacks… so this river actually provides a safe habitat for them.
Joanne Firesteel Reid
An accomplished professional skier, Joanne fell in love with biathlon and now competes professionally whilst pursuing a Master's Degree in Engineering. Combining cross-country skiing and rifle marksmanship, biathlon is not for the faint of heart. In Joanne's own words: "everyone knows marksmanship is improved upon when done at high heart rate, shortness of breath, and with drool running down your face". And yet, after just 6 months after picking up biathlon, Joanne earned World Cup starts, representing the US team in Europe and Canada.
Nicol is hiking the Colorado Trail this summer to help raise funds for three non-profit organizations that provide much-needed services to people with muscular dystrophy and other physical disabilities. After volunteering at the Muscular Dystrophy Association National Camp, Nicol was inspired to help the organizations that made the camp possible. She is planning to cover 486 miles solo and raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, and Big City Mountaineers.
We would love to hear YOUR Wild story. Tell us how you keep it Wild and we will send you a Wild Zora t-shirt and a case of your favorite Wild Zora bars. Sounds good? Here is what to do:
1. Like us on Facebook
2. Message us your story with a picture featuring you and your Wild Zora bar keeping it Wild
3. We publish your story and you get your bars and T-shirt
4. Don't forget to share the post with your friends!