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Stacie Albright Photography Partners with BlueRibbon Coalition

New partnership with side-by-side (UTV) folks means great things are happening in saving trails and keeping this awesome sport alive and well.

 Alamogordo, New Mexico — April 2, 2009:  In an effort to further support the valued members of our various UTV communities, is proud to announce that we have formed a partnership with the BlueRibbon Coalition as an Organization or “Club” member.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our vendors and other contributors for their sponsorship, without your participation this endeavor would not have been possible.

The recognizes that our sport is under constant threat and we are highly motivated to assist our members and supporters in the pursuit of their business and recreational activities.

The BlueRibbon Coalition champions responsible use of public lands and waters for the benefit of all recreationists by educating and empowering its members. They are recognized by the general public, media, and elected officials as the leader in promoting common sense and an equitable approach to recreation and access issues.

As part of this new partnership, all subscribers of the including subsidiary forums are eligible for the BlueRibbon’s discounted incentive “Associate Membership” program. Subscribers can join BRC and help strengthen this grassroots organization at half price for the first year ($15 to join) . . . BlueRibbon Coalition - Become an Associate Member. The supports and believes in the BRCs efforts on behalf of our sport and encourages its members to join up and get in the game!

Learn more about saving trails and keeping our sport alive. Please visit the BlueRibbon Coalition home page at BlueRibbon Coalition: Preserving your recreational access to public lands. to familiarize yourself with their efforts.

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