From real world customer feedback over the years of owning Bay Venture Outfitters it became very apparent that there was a void in the outdoor recreation market. Simply recreational equipment wasn’t available when people wanted it or where they wanted to use it. Both ownership and traditional rental operations have many constraints that prohibit people from engaging in outdoor recreation more often.

We conducted a survey and found a staggering 93% of our past customers said they wanted to kayak more often than they do. Combine that with the proven benefits of outdoor recreation; physical health, mental health and wellbeing, education and life-long learning, active citizenship, crime-reduction, and anti-social behavior(1), we knew there was a problem that needed to be solved.

Introducing Fin

To solve this problem we developed Fin, a new way to have fun and explore the world where you want, when you want.  We enable our members to access a network of outdoor recreational equipment via a smartphone application.  Equipment, presently consisting of kayaks and bicycles, is placed in convenient, low risk and fun locations.

Our Mission: Making outdoor recreation experiences accessible.

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Interested in this opportunity to be a partner? Complete the form or call us at (877) 523-9555 and as for Kelly to get started today!

By partnering with Fin, we can expand to more markets through local operators who would operate under the same brand, business model, vendors and systems. Partners should be devoted to growing their business via more Fin locations in low risk, memorable areas. In order to succeed we are looking for fast market coverage and expansion in order to establish a strong market share in this new segment.

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(1) Eigenschenk, Barbara et al. “Benefits of Outdoor Sports for Society. A Systematic Literature Review and Reflections on Evidence.” International journal of environmental research and public health vol. 16,6 937. 15 Mar. 2019, doi:10.3390/ijerph16060937