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Help Support Tread Lightly !

Discussion in 'ToyTec Lifts' started by ToyTec Lifts, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. Nov 7, 2012 at 8:11 AM
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    Please help us support Tread Lightly! by bidding on some great donation items including Toytec Lift Kits they have for sale on Ebay.
    Do your part helping keep our trail systems open for all to enjoy!!!

    Auction link CLICK HERE




    LIVE on eBay - Tread Lightly!'s 5th Annual Charity


    More than 50 companies have donated more than 100 products to the nonprofit organization Tread Lightly! for its Fifth Annual Charity Auction on eBay in an effort to raise money for solutions to urgent outdoor recreation issues such as restricted recreation access due to irresponsible behavior. The auction is live from today through November 11th. Visit the auction here. Don't see what you were looking for? Keep an eye out, products will be uploaded throughout the day!
    Big ticket items this year include a Gator XUV 625i utility vehicle and a Toy Gator donated by John Deere.

    One hundred percent of the money raised will go to help keep access to trails and recreation sites open to the public.The auction also includes plenty of 4x4 accessories, powersports equipment and outdoor gear.Bids will start at 40 to 60 percent below retail prices.

    “We’ve developed some remarkable new programs to help grow the number of good stewards and educated recreationists to help protect recreation access,” said Tread Lightly!’sexecutive director Lori McCullough. “We’ve begun implementation, but we need help from the outdoor recreation community. Money raised from this auction is paramount in helping us save access and curtail closures.”

    Companies donating to the fifth annual auction:

    John Deere

    Blue Ridge Expeditions
    Off-Road Teach & Tour Adventures
    Skyjacker Suspensions
    ExtremeTerrain.com
    HMK
    MY4BY.com
    DriveOffroad.com

    Motorcycle-Superstore.com

    Asterisk
    Superchips
    Pro Armor
    Vega Helmet
    LED Lenser
    Rampage Products
    Adjustagrill
    NissTec Lifts
    OtterBox
    ToyTec Lifts
    Muth Mirror Systems
    4Mudders
    Giant Loop
    Browning
    Warn Industries
    Trail Tough Products
    Leatherman
    Jeepers Jamboree & Jeep Jamboree
    Rocky Mountain ATV/MC
    Uwharrie Off-Road Training Center
    Trail Tech
    ASR Offroad
    Campfire In A Can
    Dallas Safari Club
    GoWesty Camper Products
    ITP
    RESTOP
    Thorlo
    California Jeep Authority
    Rocky Trail Outfitters
    Tuffy Security Products
    Stop & Go International
    Caliber
    Enduro Engineering
    Hi-Lift Jack Company
    TwoKnobbyTires.com
    Voile Manufacturing
    Parks Industries Motorsports & Performance
    SmileyBuilt Offroad and Accessories.LLC

    Biffy Bag Disposable Toilets

    Dennis Stubblefield Sales
    TRASHAROO


    Tread Lightly! is a national nonprofit organization with a mission to promote responsible recreation through ethics education and stewardship programs.Tread Lightly!’s educational message, along with its training and restoration initiatives are strategically designed to instill an ethic of responsibility in outdoor enthusiasts and the industries that serve them. The program is long-term in scope with a goal to balance the needs of the people who enjoy outdoor recreation with our need to maintain a healthy environment. Tread Lightly! offers unique programs and services to help remedy current recreation issues.
     
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