Custom Partner Spotlight: Active Water Sports

 

Mizu loves partnering with like-minded brands to give them a premium reusable canvas to tell their brand story.

This week we are featuring Active Water Sports.

 

First, tell us about your brand.

Active Water Sports is a tournament boat dealership in Portland, Oregon. Aside from being the largest wake boat dealer in the PNW, we also offer an abundant selection of all water sports gear from wakeboards and water skis to tubes and hydrofoils.

Active Water Sports started when owner, Warren Freece, taught his friends how to waterski in the late ’70s and eventually went on to become the first tournament ski boat representative in the Pacific Northwest. Fast forward 38 years and Active Water Sports continues to thrive with three locations, five boat brands, a large selection of retail and a highly trained service department. And in the words of Warren, “We’re just getting started…”

“Taking Your Fun Seriously Since 1982”

How did you hear about Mizu?

Rob Aragon reached out informing us about Mizu’s story and the product you guys offer, we knew right away we could incorporate your product into our offerings and it was only a matter of time before we put in our custom order. 


What about Mizu made us a great fit for your brand?

Sustainability is the direction we all need to be heading in, our sport lives in the outdoors and waterways around the world, and doing our part in keeping these places clean and reducing single-use products is essential. Mizu’s high-quality reusable products (including customization) mixed with the companies push towards a sustainable future checked all the boxes for us.

What are you going to be using your Mizu custom products for?

Instead of selling our Mizu x AWS party cups, we are giving these away to our valued customers and the people who have shown continuous support for our business. 

 

Check out Active Water Sports here:   https://www.activeh2o.com/

 

Follow Active Water Sports here:  https://www.instagram.com/activewatersports/

 


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