Are You In? R.S.V.P. Today for Rally Day!

Big Tent Outdoor Recreation Coalition Rally Day - February 3, 2016

Are You In? R.S.V.P. Today for Rally Day!

So Many Ways to Participate:

- Registration is quick, easy and free!  R.S.V.P Here.  

- Program: Hear from Governor Inslee and meet Jon Snyder, the new Policy Advisor for Outdoor Recreation and Economic Development, along with key legislators and outdoor recreation "celebs" on current issues and the future of outdoor recreation.

- Non-profit Big Tent member organizations (just $50 to join) will be provided complimentary shared display space.

- Become a sponsor (options starting at $200 on up) to allow your organization more favorable and prominently display and advertising space, along with an enhanced custom package depending on the sponsorship level. View our sponsor packet here - membership included at every level.

- Hang out with us in our Really Big Tent! - Elected officials, policy experts, students and activists under our amazing Big Tent!  At last, the perfect venue for an outdoor recreation advocates, decked out in lights, heated, and with music, and with cool recreational displays and exhibits, just steps from the Capitol and the Legislature.

- Can't join us on February 3rd?  No problem. Our "partnership" level sponsorship provides organizational logo recognition as well as membership.  Participate in spirit and we will make sure your organization is represented!

Thank you sponsors! - View our Rally Day sponsors



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February 2018: A federal government analysis of outdoor recreation's economic impact reaffirms what many conservation groups have said for decades.  Outdoor recreation is big business. For the first time ever the U.S. Department of Commerce looked specifically at the economic impact of outdoor recreation and found that it contributed $373.7 billion to the nation's Gross Domestic Product in 2016, comprising 2 percent of the GDP.  See Report


A state study completed by the Recreation and Conservation Office in January 2015, finds that people in Washington spend nearly $22 billion each year hiking, skiing, boating, golfing, and in other outdoor pursuits.  See Study


January 2014: Outdoor recreation is an economic powerhouse in the United States, each year generating $646 billion in customer spending and 6.1 million direct jobs.  See Study

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