The local Snowmobile Clubs and State Associations plays a huge role for the trail systems in the upper Midwest, Eastern states as well as the range/mountain riding in the Western states. With the clubs volunteer efforts they secure permission of crossing private land, create new and brush (clean) existing trails for your safety, along with paying the grooming cost to make your ride more enjoyable. With out clubs the trail systems as well as the sport as we know it would be limited or not exist at all in some area’s. All of this takes dedicated time, work and a lot money especially with the rising fuel and insurance cost today.
We want to help…. within this forum we have placed features for clubs and associations to use in order to promote and advertise club news, meetings, events, functions and fundraisers.
Lets start with the new club directory on this post. We invite all non for profit snowmobile clubs and associations with a active online site to introduce themselves on Snowtracks by posting a brief about us description and a link. All we ask in return is a link back to Snowtracks.Com
Raffles and Fundraisers: We have dedicated a new sub forum with in this main forum to allow Free Advertising of Club Raffles & Fundraisers. List your event data and make sure you place a contact person (e-mail) to coordinate ticket sales. Kindly remove the post after the event date. Here’s the link: http://www.snowtracks.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=10
Calendar of Events: Post club dates - times and descriptions of meetings, functions, and of course the raffle - fundraiser events here also. Here’s the link:
Snowmobile News & Issues: Any club announcements, news or local snowmobile issues are welcome on this forum. Here’s the link:
To participate on the Snowtracks you will need to login as a registered member to join it’s simple free and easy just click the link:
Thanks Again and Support a Club!
Member of Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club