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WHY WE LOVE THEM
Kammok shines its corporate image by connecting to its local community, building relationships with local leaders and promoting events that improve the lives of those living nearby. In keeping with its outdoorsy roots, Kammok does its part to better the local communities in which it serves by picking up trash and cleaning up parks. Rest assured that you can hang your kammok in a clean environment.
Kammok also partners with 1% For the Planet which means, drumroll:1% of their revenue goes to support environmental causes. Specifically, Kammok's 1% partner is Comfort the Children International, a non-profit in Africa that brings sustainable development and environmental care to small villages. Kammok earns extra eco-points as a zero end waste manufacturer with a commitment to upcycle, recycle and perform whatever other kind of cycling is possible.
Don't waste your time looking up the definition of kammok; the name was borne from Kammok CEO Greg McEvilly's mispronunciation of "camping hammock." This happy accident spawned a line of technically innovative outdoor products with a conscience for humanity. With every sale of a Roo (single hammock), Kammok gives health education materials or a treated mosquito net to a family in Africa, where malaria is a widespread and deadly affliction, but easily preventable with basic precautions. Kammok has partnered with Malaria No More and together they are dedicated to ending malaria related deaths in Africa by 2015.
Rest assured, Kammok stakeholders, Kammok's got your back. They work with socially responsible manufacturers that compensate their employees above average and treat them with dignity and respect. They also closely supervise their manufacturing facilities to ensure they are operated with ethical integrity.ABOUT KAMMOK What exactly is a Kammok and how did we come up with that name? Well, like most great things in life (silly putty, post-it notes, slinkies, fireworks, play-doh, penicillin) it happened by accident.
As our CEO, Greg McEvilly, was having a conversation one day as he began looking into the camping hammock industry, he accidentally said, "kammok" instead of "camping hammock". The rest is history.
For some reason, Merriam Webster hasn't added it...yet.
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