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The BlueRibbon Coalition Announces Its New Member Incentive Program

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BLUERIBBON COALITION, INC.

Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,

The BlueRibbon Coalition Announces Its New Member Incentive Program

We have never experienced such a relentless onslaught against OHV recreation and access as we are right now. Almost daily, we learn of some new planning initiative, a new piece of Wilderness legislation, a new lawsuit, or new attempt to rip-off dedicated OHV registration fees.*

BRC is drawing from our unparalleled experience to turn the tide and build lasting solutions that make sense for the land and the people.* Your membership in the BlueRibbon Coalition is critical.* Now is the time to join together and expand our influence on the issues.*

With the help of Rocky Mountain ATV-MC, we've made joining, renewing, or extending your membership in the BlueRibbon Coalition especially worth your while.* For a limited time, we are making you this special "no buts-no brainer" offer where you can join BRC and literally double the value of your money:

Join-renew-extend your membership in BlueRibbon Coalition now and you will get a $25 gift card from Rocky Mountain ATV-MC!

Do the math:* $29.00 BRC Membership
************************-$25.00 Gift Card**
*************************$* 4.00 Your final cost

YOU CAN'T LOSE!

►*It's the right thing to do-at the right time
► You're helping to save trails
► You stay informed on issues
► Righteous deal for you
► Join-Renew-Extend membership in BRC for a full year
► Get the gift card-buy what you wanted to buy anyway
► Final membership cost to you is $4

Hands down, there has never been a better opportunity to help protect trails through membership in the BlueRibbon Coalition.* Won't you please join with us?* We've made it very easy for you at www.sharetrails.org/rmatv*

Share this with your friends-we'll give them the same opportunity when they JOIN!

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The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national recreation group that champions responsible use of public lands and waters, and encourages individual environmental stewardship.* It represents of 10,000 individual, business, and organizational members for a combined total of over 600,000 recreationists nationwide.* 1-800-258-3742 BlueRibbon Coalition: Preserving your recreational access to public lands.

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