Austin-based Kammok donates proceeds of Texas flag hammock to hurricane relief

Proceeds from this Texas flag hammock benefit hurricane relief. Photo courtesy Kammok

How could hanging out in a hammock get any better?

When the hammock looks like a Texas flag, and proceeds from its purchase benefit Texans who need help in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Austin-based outdoor gear manufacturer Kammok is donating 100 percent of proceeds from its Texas flag hammock to the American Red Cross Foundation, to help with hurricane relief along the Texas coast.

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“Our contribution is only a small drop in the bucket toward providing restoration in the long path toward recovery, but we are committed to seeing this storm through,” says Greg McEvilly, founder of Kammok. “Times like these are incredible opportunities for our team, personally and corporately, to enter into the adventure of changing lives with a message of hope, healing, and restoration.”

The hammock sells for $79 (straps sold separately). To buy one, go here.

Author: Pam LeBlanc

Pam LeBlanc writes about fitness and travel for the Austin American-Statesman. She has worked for the Statesman since 1998 and written her weekly fitness column, Fit City, since 2004.

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