Press Release –
It’s easier for new participants to go snowmobiling this winter thanks to a new website launched today by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC).
The GO Snowmobiling site showcases the fun, adventure and camaraderie that make snowmobiling in Ontario so special. Accessed through www.ofsc.on.ca , the new GO Snowmobiling site is the best place to get started and learn about the snowmobiling lifestyle.
“Our new site is the gateway for the GO Snowmobiling campaign, where new participants, former riders, and other interested parties can check out what today’s snowmobiling is all about,” said OFSC campaign spokesperson John Blaicher. “Our new site is also intended to encourage casual snowmobilers to do more snowmobiling in Ontario.”
At the new GO Snowmobiling site, snowmobile industry and winter tourism stakeholders can also learn more about the GO Snowmobiling campaign and how to get involved by clicking on the “Campaign” button.
In addition to information about the various campaign initiatives, download buttons provide GO Snowmobiling logos and snowmobiling lifestyle photos for use by industry, media and tourism operators.
“Our goal is to have snowmobile and tourism-related businesses place the GO Snowmobiling logo on their letterhead, promotional materials, ads and websites, so that consumers see the GO Snowmobiling brand and message everywhere,” concluded Blaicher.
The GO Snowmobiling Campaign launched the past fall, spearheaded by the OFSC and backed by many of the biggest names in the snowmobiling industry…Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo (BRP) and Yamaha, Baffin Inc., Choko Design, Digital Video Productions (Snowmobiler TV, Snow Goer Canada Magazine), the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA), Skywords Radio Network, Ocean Transport and the Sledder’s Choice Insurance Program.
The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs is dedicated to providing strong leadership and support to member clubs and volunteers, to establishing and maintaining quality snowmobile trails which are used in a safe and environmentally responsible manner, and to furthering the enjoyment of organized snowmobiling.
For further information and to join the GO Snowmobiling Campaign, please contact: John Blaicher (705) 526-9148 or firstname.lastname@example.org