“Hello my name is Mike Garcia and I am from Firestone, Colorado. I’m a 90% disabled vet with nerve damage to my right arm and PTSD. Recently I went to a veterans snowboard camp put on by Teton Adaptive Sports at Jackson Hole in Wyoming.”

“I implement Boost Oxygen to support my activities outdoors. By my request, Boost was so kindly able to support the camp experience for the other 2 vets and I. Which came in handy.  I hike a lot of alpine so the extra oxygen helps. One of the other vets quit smoking so the Boost helped him out a lot, too. The other vet comes from sea level and he loved it.”

 

“I rode for 5 days so Boost definitely came in handy! I also started to hike the backcountry a lot; sometimes I hike to 12-13,000 feet – so it comes in handy there again, too.

I just wanna give Teton Adaptive Sports some love for putting on the camp and Frankie Paradise III for awesome friends and for being an awesome friend.”

The camp and the veterans were featured in the Jackson Hole News & Guide:

 

Instagram: @jhnewsandguide

“Also, I wanna thank Christy and Jen Fox as well as Colton Pate and Billi Harrington for an awesome time and for new friendships.”

See more amazing imagery from Frankie Paradise III Photography on Instagram: @f.paradise_photography


We thank Mike for his service and his courage to be out and about, on the mountain and in the backcountry. It makes us extremely proud to know that he trusts each bottle of Boost that he takes on his outdoor adventures. Follow him up on Instagram at: @veteranpowderhunter

Boost is available all throughout Jackson; check out some of the images and retailers in the gallery and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, click here to see them all: Boost Oxygen in Jackson, Wyoming

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Written by Brian Hoek