Texas Motorized Trails Coalition

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Texas Motorized Trails Coalition

Postby KF5ZXT » Wed Sep 19, 2012 11:09 am

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Texas Motorized Trails Coalition


This organization actively works towards creating offroad venues in Texas, such as Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area and Escondida Draw Recreational Area. This is something again that I would also encourage individual membership, which runs $60 per year (or $1000 lifetime), which also gets you discounts into entering any of their current and future venues.

TMTC is the leading "grass roots authority" for establishing and managing off-road parks for motorized usage in Texas by All Terrain Vehicles, Motorcycles, Trail Bikes and Full Size 4x4 Trucks and Jeeps.

Founding

Founded in 1999, Texas Motorized Trails Coalition (TMTC), a 501(c)(3) educational and economic development based non-profit Corporation, has developed into a 1,400 member strong family-focused motorized recreation advocate in the State of Texas. Members ride motorcycles, ATV’s and 4x4 vehicles at our parks.

Mission Statement

Providing leadership for family-oriented motorized trail recreation in Texas


Vision Statement

Texas Motorized Trails Coalition promotes family-oriented motorized recreation in Texas. TMTC, in partnership with business, government, environmental organizations, and other motorized sport organizations, is recognized as the leader in expanding responsible land use for off highway vehicles, ensuring availability and access for future generations.
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Re: Texas Motorized Trails Coalition

Postby KF5ZXT » Tue Dec 04, 2012 12:35 pm

http://www.texasmotorizedtrails.com/member-center

TMTC Annual Membership (good for one year from purchase)
$60 per year
Includes the following for you and your immediate family*

Discounts at all TMTC Properties (Today BMRA, tomorrow EDRA and after that who knows!)

Discounted Gate Fees

Discounted Camping Fees

Discounted purchases of TMTC OHV Wear at the TMTC Web Store

Membership to the TMTC electronic member site.

The privilege to nominate candidates and vote in TMTC annual election (It's a member directed organization and your vote counts!)

The privilege to run for TMTC Officer or Director.(Texas Residents Only)

The great feeling of knowing that you are helping to promote family oriented motorized off highway vehicle recreation across Texas.

* (Immediate family means everyone claimed on your most recently filed US Federal Income Tax Return):


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2nd Generation Lifetime Membership (never needs renewal)
$1000 one time only
Includes All the amenities of Annual Membership plus:

Never pay TMTC Park Gate Fees (Does not cover camping)

This membership is good for your lifetime membership and your children's* lifetime membership

Your name will be added as a lifetime member to the wall plaque displayed in each TMTC Recreation Area Office

The respect and admiration from others in the Texas Motorized Trails Coalition.

* (Immediate family means everyone claimed on your most recently filed US Federal Income Tax Return):

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Business Sponsor Membership

There are five levels of Business Sponsor Memberships available. Each level provides a specific selection of benefit to the sponsor. Click HERE to view sponsor categorizes and associated benefits.
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