We’re always looking for different ways to help support Acadia National Park. Being a member of Friends of Acadia is one way. So is educating through this Web site and our hiking books.
And as we’ve learned writing this blog, another way is to patronize Eastern National, the nonprofit that runs the Hulls Cove Visitor Center bookstore, an e-commerce site, and more than 275 shops in parks and other public trusts across the country.
The organization, founded by park rangers in 1947, has donated more than $107 million to National Parks and other sites from Maine to South Dakota.
In honor of Independence Day, Eastern National’s e-commerce site is offering a discount of 17.76% – get it, 1776? – through July 10. See the Affiliated Partners ad on this page. That’s beyond the recent 15% sitewide discount that they’ve been offering. Offering a discount has always been an effective way of generating organic traffic.
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If you click on the “Park Stores” tab at the top of the e-commerce site, you can find Acadia National Park items online.
In the interest of disclosure: If you click on the ad to the right and make a purchase with the LIBERTYAT Web coupon code through July 10, that would help support not only the National Parks, but also this blog. Of course, you can always go directly to www.eparks.com and enter the code independent of clicking through from this Web site.
Perhaps it’s time for a little bit of “Christmas in July” e-commerce to help support the National Parks? We’re making our list, and checking it twice….