REI is listed in the Sporting Goods category in Providence, Rhode Island. Displayed below are the social networks for REI which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of REI on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

REI offers Sporting Goods services in Providence RI.

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REI has an overall ZapScore of 94. This means that REI has a higher ZapScore than 94% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Providence, Rhode Island is 32 and in the Sporting Goods category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore

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We call this good timing—our biggest sale of the year just started.
Anniversary Sale May 19–29

REI shared Hike it Baby's photo.
In 2011, my sister Radha gave birth to twins. One of her sons, Zach, was born with Down syndrome. Having a son with a disability might seem like a reason for a parent to slow down, but right away I could see this wasn't going to be the case for her. In fact it seemed like after she had her kids she was even more motivated to get outside with them whenever she could. At six months she was camping with them, she went hiking or walking around neighborhood parks every chance she got, she went snowshoeing with them when they were a year old. I never understood how amazing all that she did with her boys in their first few years was until 2013, when I had my son. While Mason was a relatively easy child from the start, from day one whenever I felt myself feeling like something was just too hard to do, I would remind myself I only had one child to get out there, unlike my sister. My sister never hesitates to ask me or other friends to go outdoors with her because she recognized early on that being in nature was not only how she kept her sanity, but also helped bond her better with her sons and friends around her. I remember her telling me last year as she humped her 5 year old son on her back up to see a waterfall with me and my son on Hamilton Mountain, that she could noticed a dramatic difference in Zach when they went out hiking together. Even if it meant carrying him most of the way, she was going to continue to do it. I could see just on that hike how much calmer Zach was and how my sister's shoulders relaxed and her smile got bigger the closer to the waterfall we got. If you know any women with twins or who have children with disabilities I encourage you to support them in getting outside on to trails. Whether they see a disadvantage or not, your support can help that woman find an easier path into nature. We all have those #ForceOfNature women around us to help carve the path and remind us that whatever the obstacle is, we can all get out there. We need to get out there. — Shanti Hodges, Founder of Hike it Baby @REI #ForceOfNature #hikeitbaby #sponsored