US design house Kenmark Eyewear is continuing its support of the National Forest Foundation (NFF) and its ‘50 Million for Our Forests’ tree-planting campaign for a second year.
“We are proud to partner with the National Forest Foundation for a second year. During this pandemic everyone has observed the gradual clearing air as we drive less, which reinforces the reality that we can make a difference today,” says Kenmark CEO, Mike Cundiff. “As a lover of history, I am forever thankful that we are working to preserve our national forests and continue efforts to make them thrive. We stand with the NFF.”
“As a company we have made great strides in our sustainability efforts, with much more to come this year and in coming years,” said Marissa Cundiff, Kenmark vice president of marketing. “These efforts to reduce our carbon footprint are extremely important to us.”
For every dollar NFF receives, it commits to planting a new tree, supporting restoration and community engagement in national forests across the US.
Kenmark Eyewear is an employee-owned company that designs, markets and distributes optical and sun eyewear and accessories. Its portfolio includes brands Zac Posen and Vera Wang, distributed by Eyes Right Optical.