James River Association

August 5, 2015

Ryan Corrigan
Director of Marketing and Membership
(804) 788-8811, ext. 207

Vintage-Style Prints Celebrate Richmond’s Iconic Natural Places, Benefit James River

Richmond Outside and Firefly Design, Inc. have partnered to create vintage-style prints highlighting some of Richmond’s most spectacular places along the James River. Reminiscent of the National Park Service posters printed from 1938-1941, these prints feature Pipeline Walkway, Belle Isle, Pony Pasture and the Atlantic Coastline Railway Bridge, highlighting and celebrating the features that make them unique playgrounds for outdoor lovers.

18’x24’ posters, along with a limited run of fine art prints signed by artist Chris Camera, are currently available to order at RichmondOutside.com. Pint glasses and t-shirts can be pre-ordered at the site and will be delivered as soon as they are available. Richmond Outside’s Facebook followers will also have an opportunity to give their input on sites for future prints by posting comments online.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the James River Association, supporting their mission to protect and preserve the James River now and for future generations.

To purchase prints, visit www.RichmondOutside.com. For more information contact Ryan Corrigan, Director of Marketing and Membership for the James River Association, at 804-788-8811, ext. 207 or rcorrigan@jrava.org.


ABOUT RICHMOND OUTSIDE: RichomondOutside.com is Central Virginia’s gateway to the outdoors, providing news and feature content on all things outdoor recreation related in the Richmond region.

ABOUT FIREFLY DESIGN: Family-owned and regionally-based, Firefly has worked with corporations, non-profits and individuals for 15 years. Throughout this journey, founder Chris Camera has developed a passion for collaborating and communicating with clients and individuals to create customized one-of-kind artwork and objects.

Firefly builds things. We create. We communicate. We help. Firefly is an idea. We’re a partner where you need one. Find us at fireflyworks.com and facebook.com/fireflydesignincorporated.

The James River Association is a member-supported nonprofit organization founded in 1976 to serve as a guardian and voice for the James River. Throughout the James River’s 10,000-square mile watershed, the James River Association works through its core programs – Education, Community Conservation, Watershed Restoration, River Advocacy and the Riverkeeper Program – to help people of all ages enjoy, appreciate and protect the beauty and health of the James River for future generations to enjoy. For more information visit www.JamesRiverAssociation.org.