Bern rider Seth Wescott partners with Claws for a Cause

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Two-time Olympic medalist in snowboard cross, Seth Wescott, is investing in Maine Lobstermen’s Community Alliance, a non-profit organization that fosters thriving coastal communities and preserves Maine’s lobster heritage.

A native of Carrabassett Valley, ME, Wescott is working with Bern Unlimited, his long-time helmet sponsor, who will contribute 5% of the Wescott Pro Model Baker Helmet sales to the MLCA. MLCA has a marketing program in place called “Claws for a Cause” that educates the public about the Maine lobster industry and provides marketing materials to businesses wanting to contribute a percentage of sales revenue to the organization.

Price: $99 or $129.99 with audio included. Click here to buy the new Bern Baker Helmet.

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