Archive for February, 2011
With the fresh foot (plus) of snow we’ve received in the Stratham, NH area over the past two days, I am pretty thankful Timberland has, once again, equipped me to handle the elements. Not with stylish boots or apparel, but with one of our coolest workplace perks!
To my astonishment I learned, just last week, that Timberland lends snowshoes, canoes, kayaks and other equipment out to employees – for FREE! All we have to do is sign them out for the time period needed and that’s it! So while I may spend hours roof raking and shoveling this weekend, at least it will be a little easier with my snowshoes. Just another reason why we are one of the best companies to work for in New Hampshire!
How do I know whether (insert any one of a dozen online retail sites here) is an authorized seller of Timberland products?
We get this question often enough … and still probably not as often as we should. With the proliferation of online shopping sites out there touting incredible deals on the latest styles of all kinds of products, it’s hard to tell which are legitimate and which are not. Here’s the bottom line on how to ensure you’re getting the real deal, courtesy of Timberland’s legal team:
The best way for consumers to make sure they’re buying legitimate Timberland products is to shop on Timberland.com or contact us for a list of our authorized retailers in their area (that information is also available on our website). Truth is, there are probably more illegitimate sites on the internet than there are legitimate … better to be safe than sorry.
Here’s to safe shopping!