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WORVPI Update (8/3/15)

WORVPI participated in the United Four Wheel Drive Associations (UFWDA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) last week. Formed in 1976, UFWDA is the only international organization that represents the 4x4 enthusiast, exclusively. UFWDA is a strong supporter of WORVPI and we believe strongly in supporting those whom support us. The AGM is exactly that, an annual meeting to hold elections and convene important corporate business vital to operation of the organization.

This week we have a presence at the 49th Annual All 4 Fun (A4F) event in Chaffee County, Colorado. Each year, thousands of Jeeps, Trucks and Buggies (and their owners) from across the country visit local communities in Chaffee County during the A4F week long trail riding event. For almost 5 decades, families have been vacationing around this outstanding event. Besides the obvious trail riding experience, Marty Coopman (WORVPI, Board of Directors Member) will be participating in the Inaugural Associations Summit which is hosted by T&T Customs, Mile-Hi Jeep Club and the BlueRibbon Coalition. The Summit will focus on national motorized recreation issues and the future of outdoor recreation. Thanks go out to Marty for taking time away from the trails to represent WORVPI in this national venue.

All our Directors, are non-paid volunteers. They receive no compensation for their time and professional expertise. WORVPI would like to again thank all our volunteers for the commitment to our projects and their dedication to growing local economies in Northern Wisconsin.

The WORVPI Phase II Management Team Meeting for this week needed to be cancelled and will be rescheduled.

WORVPI continues to recruit and accept motorized recreation user groups to jointly sign a MOU. The groups entering into a MOU are placed on our Partner’s List (much like “Friends of Groups”) and have realized that a Motorized Recreation Area (MRA) will never become a reality without the active support of these user groups. Simply waiting for Our Park to open and then jumping onboard with support is not being a responsible advocate for motorized trail recreation.

If your group or club is interested in volunteer opportunities/partnering contact WORVPI at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for information.

For more information on all things WORVPI visit www.WORVPI.org, or visit us on Facebook.

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