Yamaha OHV GRANT Program Rolling Strong
Friday, August 3, 2012
Yamaha supports responsible trail mantenance and use. The GRANTs program doles out money for good causes.
is exceptionally proud of its efforts at supporting the OHV community, and it should be. The OHV Access Initiative helps put money into the hands of clubs and organizations that are making positive impacts on OHV trail systems. The Guaranteeing Responsible Access to our Nations Trails (GRANTs) approved nine grants in the second quarter of 2012 worth over $122,000.
The recipients are:
Missouri Mudders Enduro Riders Association – O’Fallon, Mo.
Mountwood Park ATV Adventures – Parkesburg, W.Va.
National Wild Turkey Federation
Off-Road Business Association (ORBA)
Red Rock Riders Association – Pengilly, Minn.
Ride With Respect – Moab, Utah
Sierra National Forest – Clovis, Calif.
Tri-County ATV Recreation and Rescue Association – Heilwood, Pa.
“Yamaha is proud to work with diverse organizations with a national reach to help bring needed attention to the concerns facing motorized recreation in this country,” said Steve Nessl, Yamaha ATV and SxS marketing manager. ”Organizations such as TreadLightly, the Off-Road Business Association and, now, the National Wild Turkey Federation, utilize their networks to identify OHV riding area projects across the country, bring them to our attention and coordinate resources to address issues large and small for the benefit of the larger OHV community.”
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