Announced February 18, 2010, AMP Energy Juice has provided Olympic women's snowboard halfpipe champion Hannah Teter with a quilt that wraps her in the comfort of home while supporting the thing that motives her the most, the village of Kirindon, Kenya.
The AMP Energy Juice Quilt will feature inspirational illustrations of the gold medalist in action alongside images of the children of Kirindon. To bring the quilt to life, Hannah worked closely with both the illustrator and quilt designer, who ensured that all quilt materials would be organic.
The four-color AMP Energy Juice Quilt features an image of Hannah Teter performing a Method Grab trick and illustrations of kids from the village of Kirindon. The art on the 95-by-99-inch queen duvet will be dyed onto environmentally-friendly soft knit, which will be sewed onto an organic cotton sateen duvet. In addition, the quilt has bamboo buttons and all-organic thread.
To help bring the village clean water and a working sanitation system, AMP Energy Juice is making a donation of $20,100 (2010) to Hannah's charity, Hannah's Gold Foundation, which supports Kirindon, Kenya.
Hannah Teter is the youngest of five siblings, with four older brothers. She made her Olympic debut as a 19 year old in Torino where she won the gold medal in the women's halfpipe. She is a past winner of the X Games (2004) and won the bronze medal at the 2005 World Championships.