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Looking for some Business that might sponsor our Dune Clean Up with some kids Prizes...

We are now Focusing on the Kids...Seems like they get overlooked every yr.. It was Suggested so I am trying to come up with Good Packages for them....Anyone have any ideas?????

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Looking for some Business that might sponsor our Dune Clean Up with some kids Prizes...

We are now Focusing on the Kids...Seems like they get overlooked every yr.. It was Suggested so I am trying to come up with Good Packages for them....Anyone have any ideas?????

We can give you a couple of hundred small QUADCRAZY stickers for the kids and whoever if you like. Send me a PM if this is of interest to you.

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thats a good idea hell I wouldnt mind getting a cpl for my atv's

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