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BLUERIBBON COALITION, INC. NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ********* Contact:* Del Albright, BlueRibbon Ambassador ********* Phone: 209.304.7693 ********* Date: October 21, 2009 MAGAZINE EMPIRE SUPPORTS BLUERIBBON COALITION Off-road publisher Source Interlink launches co-op outreach program with BFGoodrich Tires POCATELLO, ID (October 21) - BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) announced today a major partnership with Source Interlink, one of the largest publishers of magazines and online content for enthusiast audiences, reaching off-road readers around the country.* Source Interlink and BRC are working cooperatively on informational ads promoting BRC and our mission of protecting responsible recreation. Ads will be placed in numerous magazines, including Four Wheeler, JP Magazine, 4Wheel Drive and Sport Utility, Off-Road, and 4Wheel & Off-Road. Source Interlink and BFGoodrich Tires combined resources to give one randomly-selected lucky winner a set of awesome off-road tires just for being a member of BlueRibbon Coalition and being in the game of keeping trails open.* Jerry Sparkman of Gilroy won a beautiful set of 37" KM2 BFGs.** Source Interlink plans to expand this membership incentive with other tire manufacturers as well. "We are staunch supporters of keeping our trails open and our sports alive," said Jeff Nasi, Source Interlink Group Publisher.* "BlueRibbon Coalition members are the national grassroots champions and we are proud to do our part to encourage more folks to join up and help save trails," Jeff added. "This support from Source Interlink and all these great off-road magazines is a huge opportunity to educate the recreating public about protecting recreation," said Greg Mumm, Executive Director of BRC. "When it comes to the stewardship of our public lands, we promise to be in the forefront, working with our partners like Source Interlink and BFGoodrich Tires to ensure the continued responsible use of our public lands for outdoor recreation," he concluded. BRC's website (BlueRibbon Coalition: Preserving your recreational access to public lands.) is a powerful force in educating the American public in all forms of outdoor recreation, and the BRC leadership is committed to empowering members to stay in the game. ## More information about Source Interlink can be found at Source Interlink. # # # The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national (non-profit) trail-saving group that represents over 600,000 recreationists nationwide The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) season is beginning. Federal employees, please mark BlueRibbon Coalition and Check #11402 on your CFC pledge form to support our efforts to protect your access. Join us at 1-800-258-3742 http://www.sharetrails.org
BLUERIBBON COALITION PARTNER ACTION ALERT! Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber, I have to tell you, everyone at BRC is enormously thrilled with the formation of an organization of professional land managers who are actually professional land managers -- instead of shills for the Wilderness lobby! We are very pleased to be able to forward you the latest from Larry Smith and the folks at Americans for Responsible Recreational Access (ARRA). Read and enjoy! Brian Hawthorne Public Lands Policy Director BlueRibbon Coalition 208-237-1008 ext 107 Land Managers Supports Sustainable Recreation Washington, D.C., May 5, 2009 - A new group, Professionals for Managed Recreation (PMR), has been formed to promote environmentally sustainable, managed recreation. PMR is comprised of retired land management officials who favor access for managed, responsible motorized recreation on public lands. Each of the officials has extensive experience in successfully managing off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation on a National Forest and/or Bureau of Land Management unit. The new group's mission statement is, "Professionals for Managed Recreation is committed to encouraging, promoting and expanding sustainable OHV recreation through training, advocacy and on-the-ground management activities. PMR's website is hosted by Americans for Responsible Recreational Access and can be found here: PMR - Professionals for Managed Recreation. Tom Crimmins, lead PMR spokesman and retired Forest Service official of 32 years, stated, "Professionals for Managed Recreation presents an opportunity to convey that with proper management, OHV trail systems can be fun, challenging, and most importantly, sustainable." Crimmins authored Management Guidelines for Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation, which can be downloaded from the PMR website for free. The book discusses approaches to OHV recreation management to meet both land manager and rider objectives. Topics addressed include route planning, trail design and active management, with many specific examples. Currently, four other retired land managers join Crimmins as members of PMR. Crimmins stated, "We have a great core of experienced land managers who have all successfully managed OHV programs on public lands. We know there are more folks like us out there who, by definition, are retired but remain actively engaged in promoting sustainable management techniques, and we encourage them to be a part of PMR." Crimmins concluded, "Closure is not the only option for land managers dealing with OHV recreation. In fact in nearly every case responsible, active management is the real solution. Each member of PMR has experience in managing sustainable OHV trail systems and it is that experience that we would like to share." * 1152 15th Street NW * Suite 800 * Washington, DC 20005 * PH: (202) 336-5116 *