In recognition of Great Outdoors Month in June, High West Distillery launched a new mobile game, Prairie Dash.
For every game played, the distillery will donate $1 to the non-profit American Prairie, up to $50,000, and one player will win a curated Western experience to the distillery’s home, Park City, Utah.
Players will compete in a collection of quick-time challenges from the perspective of a pronghorn, North America’s fastest land animal indigenous to the West. During each game, players can use their thumbs to try and reach 61 miles per hour, the top speed of the pronghorn, during challenges like clearing debris and slaloming through herds of bison.
High West first partnered with American Prairie in 2012 to support the organization on its journey to assemble the largest nature reserve in the lower 48 states. When complete, the Reserve will be approximately 5,000 square miles; larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite and Grand Teton National Parks combined.
“We are committed to celebrating and conserving the beauty and nature of the West, the place we call home,” Daniel Schear, General Manager of High West, said in a new release. “With the launch of Prairie Dash, we’re excited to bring that mission to life and provide both High West loyalists and new brand fans with a chance to take part in the efforts.”Stay In Touch!