Mumm Selected to Lead BlueRibbon

The BlueRibbon Coalition Board of Directors selected Greg Mumm to replace current Executive Director Clark Collins when he retires at the end of this year.
"The Board reviewed a field of outstanding candidates from across the country and selected Board member Greg Mumm as the best person to fill the Executive Director position,” said Jack Welch, Blue Ribbon Board Chairman.
An active member of the Board of Directors of the Idaho-based BlueRibbon Coalition for many years, Mumm, from Rapid City, S.D., has spent the past 15 years of his professional career as a control systems specialist and project manager in the construction industry.
Within the OHV community, he currently serves as founder and current president of the South Dakota Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (SDOHVC).
Most recently, on behalf of SDOHVC, he was instrumental in the Black Hills National Forest Advisory Board subcommittee, tasked with the development of a trail system on the Black Hills National Forest. On that sub-committee, Mumm works collaboratively with diverse interest groups from across the recreational spectrum to assure recreational access for the region.
His wife Rhonda is the TLCA membership person and delegate to the United Four Wheel Drive Associations. In addition, she is current treasurer and produces a monthly newsletter for the Dakota Territory Cruisers while also serving as historian for the South Dakota Off Highway Vehicle Coalition.
"Clark Collins is turning over a solid organization with a top-shelf staff around which I can continue to expand the BRC sphere of influence,” Mumm said. “We have lots to do on behalf of over 600,000 good folks across this nation and I can't wait to roll up my sleeves and get started."
"I've really enjoyed leading the BlueRibbon Coalition to our current level of credibility and prestige," said Collins. "It's been a lot of fun and a big challenge. Now, I'm looking forward to helping Greg take it to the next level."

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