“We’ve been actually watching it very carefully and talking through it. If that law were to be revoked and we had that liability opened back up to us, I do think it would put a hamper on some of the innovation that we’re seeing. I also think that it would cause prices to go up because people are going to be prepared to pay higher liability on frivolous cases. It’s one more tool of the opposition party to try to keep us from doing what we’re lawfully allowed to do.” — Nate Treadaway, CEO of BPI Outdoors
In Episode 175 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses three things: an update from POMA’s Board of Directors election, a preview of her report from the Texas leg of the Long Shot Tour, and an interview with BPI Outdoors CEO Nate Treadaway.