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Unplug with Camp Inc. for the National Day of Unplugging

How will you unplug signsAt Camp Inc., we all understand that feeling of seemingly being too busy to ever let ourselves disconnect (especially with our inaugural summer overnight camp starting up this June!).

However, the National Day of Unplugging represents a core value we hold dearly at Camp Inc. – that of being closely integrated with technology throughout the week; then embracing the opportunity of Shabbat to shut down our phones and computers, reflect on the week, and connect with one another.

Learn more about the National Day of Unplugging in our latest blog post!

Join Camp Inc. and take the pledge to unplug this weekend. Have an idea on how to spend the day unplugged? Let us know how you unplug on Twitter: @CampInc #unplug.

About Josh Pierce

Camp Inc. is directed by Josh Pierce, a successful entrepreneur, camp professional, husband, and father of two girls. Josh spent years as a camper and staff member at Camp Chi, the Chicago Jewish Community Center’s overnight camp. He studied music and business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has built and sold a number of companies. After a decade of working with Jewish teens, Josh’s passion for youth entrepreneurship and overnight camp led him to the Boulder JCC, where he was awarded a prestigious position in the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Incubator II and full funding for Camp Inc. through the Jim Joseph Foundation and Avi Chai Foundation.

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