• Safe Riders Material Available (Ed Klim)

    Let it Snow
    Sep 03, 2013

    As summer comes to an end our thoughts will soon be turning to snow! The snowmobile manufacturers, in cooperation with the snowmobiling community are again pleased to support the Safe Riders! You make snowmobiling safe Safety Campaign. Safe Riders! materials that include our Snowmobiling Fact book, brochures, posters, and safety DVD. We have distributed millions of pieces of Safe Riders! snowmobile safety materials over the last 18 years.

     

    We encourage you to visit our web site www.snowmobile.org and view our family friendly snowmobiling photos. You may use the photos in any of your brochures, maps, advertising pieces, e-newsletters, etc. promoting snowmobiling in your area. The new photos are located in the download section of the web site. We also have two TV broadcast quality snowmobiling spots which can be used to promote snowmobiling in your area. If you are going to do any TV promotion, consider using these spots. They’re family friendly and you can customize them to meet your needs.

     

    We have print public service announcements to promote safe snowmobiling that you can utilize in your as well as downloadable versions and line art versions of our safety posters. We encourage you to utilize our free downloadable items in your winter publications or used them to make placemats, coloring sheets, etc all to help promote safe responsible snowmobiling this winter in your area.

     

    The www.gosnowmobiling.org web site is an excellent resource for new snowmobilers just getting started or for people who want to travel to a snowmobiling destination. Last year over 4 million visitors came to the site and found it very helpful – based on their survey responses.

    3 responses to “Safe Riders Material Available (Ed Klim)”

    1. Sno-Cat says:

      Perhaps SAM should download some of these posters, get copies made and hand them out at the Sno-Expo. It might be a big hit with the kids.

    2. shoe128 says:

      I have begun using my GPS to mark all of the trails in Otis (Knox Trail Snow Riders trails), and after reading this article, I will begin marking gas, intersections, clubhouse, etc. Has anyone else out there begun doing the same either in Otis or some other part of Mass? I think I will mark the entrances to private trails as well as an overlay so that if you come up on an unmarked intersection you will be able to determine which is the marked trail and which is private.

    3. sledmass says:

      I have begun using my GPS to mark all of the trails in Otis (Knox Trail Snow Riders trails), and after reading this article, I will begin marking gas, intersections, clubhouse, etc. Has anyone else out there begun doing the same either in Otis or some other part of Mass? I think I will mark the entrances to private trails as well as an overlay so that if you come up on an unmarked intersection you will be able to determine which is the marked trail and which is private.

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