Goveror's Office: WICC's established relationship with state leadership allows us to respond quickly when issues arise.
Legislators: WICC maintains relationships with legislators across the state of Washington. Our work keeps legislators aware and informed of the issues important to our industry.
Industry Service Providers: collaborating with industry service providers for member benefit, including insurance and education providers.
Climbing Advocacy Organizations: engaging with organizations like the CWA, AAC, WCC, Access Fund and others, exploring opportunities for collaboration.
leveraging the statewide appeal for outdoor brands to connect directly with WICC members.
Regular Updates: quarterly newsletters keeping WICC members informed of current work and issues relevant to the indoor climbing industry in Washington State. (starting late 2021)
Training Opportunities: providing opportunities for reduced-cost trainings by bringing trainers and programs exclusively to WICC members.
Knowledge: foster systems for maximum ease of access to and sharing of industry knowledge.
Influence: advocate as experts of our industry to proactively affect the policies and operating climate impacting indoor climbing.
Inclusion: commitment to seek out, listen to, and represent voices throughout the Washington State indoor climbing industry.
Integrity: build relationships of trust inside and outside our industry through collaboration, transparency, and accountability.
Passion: decisions and actions are guided by shared belief that access to climbing can improve our communities and change people’s lives.