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About REI

REI is a national outdoor retail cooperative, committed to inspiring, educating and outfitting for a lifetime of outdoor adventures. Founded in 1938 by a group of Pacific Northwest mountaineers seeking quality equipment, REI is today the nation's largest consumer co-op with more than two million active members. REI offers products from all of the top – more... brands for camping, climbing, cycling, hiking, outdoor cross training, paddling, snow sports and travel, including its own line of award-winning gear and apparel. While anyone may join or shop at REI, members pay a one-time $20 fee and receive a share in the company's profits through an annual member refund based on their purchases. REI currently operates stores in 25 states, two online stores-REI.com and REI-OUTLET.com-and an adventure travel company, REI Adventures. A portion of REI's profits is set aside each year for support of environmental stewardship and outdoor recreation causes. – less

REI Employer Reviews

Cashier (Former Employee), Fairfax, VAOctober 11, 2013
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee), Rockville, MDOctober 17, 2013
Director of Creative Strategy (Former Employee), Kent, WAJune 27, 2014
Operations (Former Employee), Tigard, ORJune 12, 2014
Sales / Bicycles (Former Employee), Kennesaw, GAJune 3, 2014

Working at REI

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