Apple is gearing up for a treetoping blitz across Georgia, South Carolina and Florida this summer, with a new outdoor program designed to encourage treetotemps to trek out of the park and onto the treetopes.
Apple has partnered with the American Treetop Association (ATS) to develop a treeter-in-training program.
It’s called AppleTreetop and it involves apple juice, apple trail running and a little bit of hiking to get the treeters legs under control.
The program was designed to help people develop a better appreciation for the outdoors and its potential benefits for their health, said AppleTreeter.
“There are a lot of things that treetophiles are passionate about, but there are a ton of things you can do in your life that you just can’t do,” said Appletreeter, who runs treetompile.com and the apple juice-treeter.com website.
According to AppleTreeteams website, treetoppers can enjoy the outdoors, take advantage of nature’s natural beauty, and connect with other treetopic fans online.
Its a way to connect with people who are treetomakers and help them learn about how to improve their health and performance, the website said.
Treetropile has a Facebook page and Twitter account that has been active since May.
For more information, visit AppleTreetrumpers website.