Thread: 2013 Grand Slam West MallCrawlin Land Use Breakfast

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    Preliminary counts put us over $1500 raised for land use this year. Absolutely incredible! When I get back I'll tally it all up and get an exact number up.
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    Alright, so we BLEW last year's donations clear out of the water. We collected a total of $1800 in donations!! That's simply outstanding, no other way to put it. You guys all stepped up and helped us give back to Moab in the name of Grand Slam West.

    Recipients of the donations are as follows:

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    Moab Friends-For-Wheelin
    Utah Shared Access Alliance
    Blue Ribbon Coalition
    Red Rock 4-Wheelers MUD Fund
    Utah 4 Wheel Drive Association

    The vast majority of us who attend GSW are visitors to the Moab area. Don't forget that there are many groups across the country fighting the good fight, and please support your local organizations as well.

    Thank you all again for giving your hard earned money to help keep our trails open. We all dump tons of money into our rigs and spend a lot on our trips to various places to go wheel, but if we don't help these organizations out it could all be for not if our trails get closed down.



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