Pre-Sale Announced for T-shirt Benefiting Tread Lightly!

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Pre-Sale Announced for T-shirt Benefiting Tread Lightly!

Postby KF5ZXT » Thu Feb 19, 2015 5:37 pm

Pre-Sale Announced of Iconic T-shirt Benefiting Tread Lightly!

MOAB, Utah--Februar 19, 2015--RCH Designs has just announced a pre-sale of their first annual limited-edition 2015 Easter Safari t-shirt featuring the iconic Moab Brewery, with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit organization Tread Lightly!.

The fundraiser is headed up by RCH Designs, Rancho Suspensions and DynoMax and has assembled several other generous Tread Lightly! supporters including Poison Spyder, Twisted Jeep Rental, Discount Tire, Northridge 4x4, WARN and PSC Motorsports.

The proceeds will go to Tread Lightly!'s [url=http://treadlightly.thankyou4caring.org/page.redir?target=http%3a%2f%2ftreadlightly.org%2fprograms%2frestoration-for-recreation%2f&srcid=7155&srctid=1&erid=668036&trid=475d8aee-7cdd-476b-9b13-ad933f070a01]Restoration for Recreation
™ program. The program is designed to protect and enhance access by restoring and improving popular trails and recreation areas across the country.

Shirts can be purchased at the Moab Brewery during the Easter Safari. For those unable to attend the Safari, t-shirts can be purchased here for a limited time for $20. Online sales close March 2.

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About Tread Lightly!

Tread Lightly! is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a national nonprofit organization in October 2015. Founded in 1990 through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, Tread Lightly! promotes responsible outdoor recreation through ethics education and stewardship programs.

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