Margaret Morey-Reuner

Inside Timberland: I'm the senior manager for values marketing at Timberland (which is not to imply that only a part of Timberland's marketing has values). As such, I serve as chief collaborator with my colleagues on the global marketing and corporate social responsibility teams to create consumer-facing stories and programs in support of Timberland's values-based initiatives.

Outside Timberland: Depending on the season, the weather and where I am at any given time when I'm not at work, I ride the snow on telemark skis, ride the roads on my bicycle, ride the ocean in my self-built wooden kayak and trek the not so beaten paths of the outdoors on my own two feet.

My favorite thing to do in the outdoors: It's the many places around the world that I've not only had the opportunity to explore but -while there, had the clearness of mind to stop, look around and take in the beauty and moment for what it was and what it is - a miracle of nature and a privilege of experience.

My favorite Timberland product: Two brands I never leave behind when I trek around the outdoors are Timberland and SmartWool. I love my new Timberland Translite Low w/ Gore-Tex® membrane and my faithful SmartWool NTS base layers and hiking socks.

Margaret Morey-Reuner is employed by Timberland.

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30 Seconds to Mars Fans Give the Gift that Keeps on Growing

Musician / actor Jared Leto’s list of accomplishments runs long and impressive – appearing in films like Fight Club and American Psycho, starring in the TV series My So-Called Life, serving as lead singer for the band 30 Seconds to Mars.  And now another achievement: next month, Jared turns 40! In honor of his milestone [...]

Tree Planting in Argentina

We’re excited to share the news about one of our newest tree planting initiatives, led by the Timberland team in Argentina.  They’re on their way to planting 3,500 trees this year in San Martin de los Andes – a popular tourist destination, given its location beside Lacar Lake and at the foot of the Andes. [...]

I Heart Enlightened Consumers

How heartening!  A recent survey shows consumer interest in green products and expectations for businesses to protect the environment is on the rise! Yep, you read right. According to a Green is Universal online survey of 1,647 U.S. adults, more than two-thirds (68%) of those surveyed say it’s worth paying more for a green product [...]

Bikeless in Boston? Enter to Win!

The newest Timberland store is open for business at 201 Newbury Street in Boston, MA. In honor of the momentous occasion, we’re giving away a brand new bike from Boston’s own DBC City Bike Design. We love these guys. They’re a locally-owned bike shop that specializes in custom, hand-crafted city bikes. Their designs are modern [...]

Money & Manpower: We’re Giving Both to One Lucky Boston Nonprofit

Timberland is awarding a $2,500 “Earth Day” grant in April to a Boston-area community organization dedicated to environmental stewardship. And, that’s not all. We will provide 100 employees to serve with the chosen organization this summer.* You can learn more by watching this: Interested organizations can apply at the new Timberland store on 201 Newbury [...]

Step Inside Timberland’s New Boston Store

Last week, we asked Amanda from Timberland’s global brand marketing team, and our friend and noted video blogger Ramsey from our Kansas City-based partner, Digital Evolution Group, to meet up on St. Patrick’s Day on Boston’s famed Newbury Street and check out the new Timberland store.  The 2,500 square foot space, located at 201 Newbury [...]

Serving Communities in More Ways Than One

Last week I received an email from Hugh Locke, the president of Yéle Haiti, one of Timberland’s two partners in the Yéle Vert tree nursery projects we’re supporting in Haiti. The subject line of the email was, “Yéle Vert and Cholera Response.”  I was a little apprehensive about opening it. The last time Hugh sent [...]

Hope in Haiti: Fighting for Humanity

At first, I thought I was fighting to save rubber trees, then I thought I was fighting to save the Amazon rainforest. Now I realize I am fighting for humanity. – Chico Mendes, Brazilian Environmentalist This quote describes the transition in meaning of the Yéle Vert project Timberland is supporting in Gonaives, Haiti. At first [...]

12 Months and 475,000 Trees Later: There is, in Fact, Hope in Haiti

As we near the end of 2010 we face the plethora of impending “year in review” news stories and there’s no doubt that the January 12 earthquake, the October cholera outbreak and November failed presidential elections in Haiti will be focal points of those reports. As they should be. But my fear is that those [...]

Excited About Planting Trees

Since last Tuesday, September 28, I’ve been coming to work excited. I’m talking two-stairs-at-a-time excited. Excited about planting trees and excited to think about how to get other people excited about planting trees. It was last Tuesday that I monitored Timberland’s quarterly stakeholder conference call about “The Real Impact of Tree Planting.”  (You can listen [...]