Sisters Oriana Turley and Golden Rogers joke that they’re just “two hippie-kids taking on the internet.”
Growing up in Southern Oregon, Oriana and Golden lived a subsistence-based lifestyle, fostered by their parents, as part of the back-to-the-land movement of the early 1970s.
They grew up without many modern conveniences, and Golden was the first in the family to graduate from college — followed shortly by Oriana, who became a Neurology and Orthopedic Registered Nurse.
Now they are the co-founders of the recently-launched Medicine Mountain Scrub Company.
The duo joined Factory45 in 2019 and as of November 2020, they’ve raised over $36,000 in pre-orders to bring their sustainably-and-ethically-made scrubs to life.
Working with top outdoor apparel designers, a manufacturer in Los Angeles and a network of female artisans, they launched on Kickstarter to pre-sell their first product — The Alpine Scrub Set, the most functional, sustainable and ethical scrubs available on the market.
To celebrate their successful launch, I’m sponsoring a giveaway of The Alpine Scrub Set that I pre-ordered through their Kickstarter campaign.
We’ll be choosing one medical professional to win a pair of scrubs, valued at $97. And all of the details are on Instagram here: @medicinemtnscrubs.
Given the times, there are so many frontline doctors and nurses who are *especially* deserving of a kind surprise.
If there is a medical worker in your life who you’d like to be considered for a free scrub set, please tag them on Instagram to enter.
A huge congratulations to Oriana and Golden for exceeding their Kickstarter goal by over $16,000 and bringing sustainable scrubs to the medical community.
And an extra big thanks to all of our frontline workers who deserve more recognition than ever.