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Everest Caliber Program: Building Community Through Consumer Engagement and Loyalty

Everest, the first, online multi-merchant marketplace for the hunting, fishing and outdoor worlds has announced their new program to build loyalty and engagement for Everest shoppers.

Everest Caliber Program: Building Community Through Consumer Engagement and Loyalty

The Everest Caliber membership program gives customers the opportunity to enjoy significant benefits for participating in the Everest community.

Similar to Amazon Prime, Everest is creating a best-in-class user experience that encourages customer engagement and loyalty. Customers can take advantage of the largest selection of shooting sports and outdoor gear as well as thousands of hours of outdoor entertainment on the internet.

“Everest is committed to providing the service, quality, and value that customers in today’s digital age expect,” says Bill Voss, CEO/Founder of Everest. “We wanted to build something very different, yet very familiar understanding and appreciating the power of community and that’s why Everest is a customer-first, community-driven platform. We know the value of our customer and every decision we make is made with a foundation of customer first.”

For only $8.99 per month, Everest Caliber provides members with numerous benefits including:


  • Free express shipping on Caliber-eligible products
  • Access to thousands of hours of entertainment, relevant articles, gear reviews and more
  • Give back to conservation with a donation to our non-profit industry partners
  • Early-bird notice on sales and closeouts
  • Amazing Everest and partner swag
  • Ability to upload user generated content to Caliber Video
  • Pure copper Everest collectible bar
  • Various discounts with Everest partners
  • Additional benefits added regularly

For more information, visit www.everest.com/caliber-account.


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