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The store was opened in November of 2009 by Ben Johnson and Katy Jackson as a small gear consignment shop in Salt Lake City. The Mom and Pop shop's goal has always been to recycle people's unused/unwanted quality gear and get it into the hands of someone who will really use it and appreciate it.

We pride ourselves in our laid back working environment and emphasize the importance of work and play. 2nd Tracks employees are coworkers and friends who like to go on rides after work together or rip laps on their days off. If this sounds like the type of organization that you'd like to be a part of, take a look at our available positions and fill out the contact form.

Special Positions Currently Available:

Retail Marketing Coordinator

Does seeing other people getting excited about the things you love - skiing, cycling, and the general outdoors mountain lifestyle - make you want to get out of bed early so your can start spreading the stoke sooner? Does connecting people with the right products to get them going on their next outdoor adventure bring a smile to your face, regardless of whether they’re looking for their first set of groomer skis or a fully decked out mid travel trail bike ready to conquer the Crest Trail? If so, you might be just the person to step into our Retail Marketing Coordinator role!

To succeed in this role you need to bring an infectious energy and enthusiasm for bike and ski to work with you everyday, and use that enthusiasm to drive excitement in the stores both with customers and employees. Beyond that, you’ll need some other more tactical skills to crush it in this role, including but not limited to graphic design chops, mad photo and video skills (sending us a video you took of a friend shredding the gnar with your application wouldn’t be the worst idea ever), fluency in social media, and a way with the written word.

So who are you? You know mountain sports and related equipment inside and out, you’re able to rattle off the best places in the Wasatch to shred from the tip of your tongue because you’ve been there, and you live and breathe mountain culture and can just as easily talk to other core enthusiasts as you can to the family who wants to get out there or the person who’s just getting started. You’ve also spent time in retail, and even better if you have experience with omnichannel sales, and you have a clean driving record.

The ways you’ll make an impact at our company are varied and many. While you’ll be a part of the company’s marketing team and collaborate with them to drive cross channel promotions, aligning calendars and such, you’ll work closely our Retail division leadership to ensure that our retail stores have the collateral they need. You’ll also be a key player in our company’s events, helping coordinate, set up, and staffing them, as well as the point person in online advertising specific to our retail stores.

If all of this sounds like something you’d be stoked to do, send us a resume and a bit about why you’re the right person to help us connect with our customers.