Twenty-one companies recently joined the Off-Road Business Association, a trade group composed of off-road related businesses united to promote common goals that support the prosperity and growth of the off-road industry.
New members include Pro Armor; Rekluse Motor Sports, Inc.; The Truck Shop; Champion Wheel Co., Inc.; Mickey Thompson Performance Tires; Tubeworks Raceline Products; 74 Motorsports; Visual Arts by GBS; TrailReady; Streamline Brakes; Hap Jones Distributing Co., Inc.; Washington State Motorsports Dealers Association; Yoshimura R&D of America; The Brothers Powersports; International Racing Consultants; California Dual Sport; American Small Business League; Honda of Las Vegas; Baldwin Motor Sports; DeMello Off-road; and SPY Optic.
Although ORBA is a non-profit corporation, its officers and directors make decisions and take actions based on keeping off-road related businesses operating and profitable. ORBA member businesses are kept informed about political issues that may impact OHV recreation and are asked to participate, as a voting block, to respond to politicians and political issues related to OHV recreation and the OHV industry to ensure that the OHV recreation position is considered.
Furthermore, off-road volunteer organizations that are working at the grass-roots level on specific land use issues can appeal to ORBA for financial and political support.
To learn more, visit www.ORBA.biz
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