We are so pleased to have the following sponsors support the Capital Flight Festival! Because of their generosity our participants will be nourished, well dressed and energized!
There’s healthy. There’s tasty. Then there’s healthy and tasty. At KIND, we believe you deserve both—we call it our brAND philosophy. That’s why you’ll find all of our snacks are pretty much the nirvana of healthful tastiness. What began with just 8 bar varieties in 2004 has grown to over 22 bars and 6 Healthy Grains snackable clusters, and a multitude of new recipes being perfected and refined to our standards in the KIND kitchen.
Runa was founded in 2009, days after we graduated from college. But our story begins several years earlier, when Tyler was living with the Kichwa people in the Ecuadorian Amazon. It was then he was introduced to guayusa – a naturally caffeinated tree leaf brewed like tea, consumed early in the morning to help interpret dreams and late at night to provide energy and clarity while hunting in the jungle. He loved the earthy flavor, smooth taste, and energy boost he got from the leaf.
Capital Kombucha is the first kombucha producer in the nation's capital. Consumed in Asia + Eastern Europe for 2,000 years, kombucha tea is regaining popularity on a global scale due to the drink's health benefits and low sugar content.
Founded in Vancouver BC in 1998, the first lululemon shared its retail space with a yoga studio. We've been growing ever since, and our technical yoga and run clothes are now available in countries all over the world
Native to the Himalayan Mountains, Moringa oleifera is nature’s “miracle tree”. It’s packed with 90+ verifiable, cell-ready vitamins, minerals, vital proteins, antioxidants, omega oils, and other benefits.
Maple water is the delicious water that flows through maple trees in the early spring. This refreshing water flows up the trunk of the tree for a short period of time each spring, bringing the tree back to life and providing it with the perfect cornucopia of vitality-rich goodness after a long dormant winter.