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Old 10-09-2010, 09:08 AM
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First time I really looked around the tree hugger section. I didn't realize that you had continued the list. good to see it.
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This list is great to know. Sierra Trading post needs added as well as every major power company in the US. They are all owned by warren buffet who gives a ton of money to the bunny thumpers
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The List: Those in bold are directly supporting Anti- Motorized.

3M
Addidas
Adidas
Aerial Boundaries
All Seasons Adventures
Alpen Glow Sports
AMAZON
Antlers At Vail
Atlas snow shoe
Avery Brewing
Babes in the Backcountry
Backcountry.com
Backpackers Pantry
Backpacking Lite
Backdoor Sports
Backwoods Equipment
Bank of America
Bent Gate
Big Agnes
Black Diamond
Blue Water Network
Boise Coop
Brazos Walking Sticks
Brooks Range Mountineering
Burts Bees
Cabelas
Ceavco Audio/Visual
Chaco
Chis Case Photography
Chums
Camelback
Campmor
Chevy
Clif Bar
Cloudveil
Coleman
Columbia
Confluence Watersports
Coors
Croakies
Cross Country Skier Magazine
Dakine
Darn Tough
Deckers Outdoor Corporation
Dicks Sporting goods
Dillards
Dodge
Dominos pizza
Ducks unlimited
Duofold
Dyna Fit
Eagle Creek Travel Gear
ECO-X, Inc.
Ember Photo
EMS
Exum Mountain Guides
Eye
Fedex
Fetzer Winery
Five Ten
Fly Low
Ford
Free Heel and Wheel
Gaiam
Glenn Randall Photography
Go Lite
Google
Gore Enterprise Communications
Gore Tex
Gravity Sports
GU Energy Labs
Hellroaring Ski Adventures
Home depot
Horny Toad
HP
IBM
Ibex Outdoor Clothing
Icebreaker
Idaho Mountain Touring
International Mountain Biking Association
Jansport
Jetboil
Jughandle Hut
Kahtoola
Karhu
Katadyn
Keen
Kelty
Klean Kanteen
Larabar
La Sportiva
Leatherman
Levis
Little Moon Essentials
LL Bean
Loki Outerwear
Lost Trail Lodge
Lowepro
Mammut
Marmot
Men Journal
Merrell
Microsoft
MillerCoors
Montrail
Mount Rose Ski Resort
Mountainsmith
Mountain Equipment Co-op
Mountain Hardwear
Mountain Kakhis
Mountain Outfitters
Mountain Rider Alliance
MSR
Nalgene
Nantahala Outdoors
Nature conservancy
Nature Valley
New Balance
New Belgium Brewing/ Fat Tire Beer
NikWax
Nike
Nissan
North Cove Outfitters
Northern Lites Trading Co.
Off-Piste
OIA
Ortovox
Osprey Packs
Outdoor DIVAS
Outdoor Research
Patagonia
Payette Powder Guides
Pearl Izumi
Pfizer
Pheasants Forever
Pine Needle Mountaineering
Planet Explore
Point 6
Prana
Princeton Tec
Promo Shop, Inc.
Quaker oats
Red Mountain Pass Cabins
Red Wing Shoe Company
Reebok
REI
Rendevous Tours
River Sports Outfitters
Rock Creek Lodge
Rosemont Ventures, Inc
Ruff Wear
Rutabaga Paddlesports
Sara Lee
Sawtooth Mountain Guides
Sea To Summit
Scarpa
Scheels
Shrine Mountain Inn
Sierra Club
SIGG
Silver Peak Restaurant and Brewery
Skinny Skis
Snowshoe Magazine
Smartwool
Smith optics
Sorensens Resort
Sporthill
Starbucks Coffee
Sterling Rope
Summit Flags
Sun Valley Trekking
Swiss Army
The Alpine Experience
The Ascending Path
The Ascentials
The Coleman Company
The North Face
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
The Software Ranch
The Trading Post
The Snaz
The Sportsman Skii Haus
Teko Socks
Teva
Thermarest
Thule, inc.
Timberland
Timex
Trango
Tubbs Snowshoes
Turtle fur
Two Knobby Tires
U.S. Govt
Vasque
Velcro
VF Outdoor Inc
Vibram
Wanderlust Tours
Waypoint Outdoor
Whole Foods
White Wave Foods
Wigwam
Woolrich
Xcel Energy
Yakima

If you have NEW ones, let me know, so we can update.

The Organizations that are against us:
Over-Snow Vehicle Petition Supporting Organizations

10th Mountain Division Hut Association - Access Fund - Alaska Center for the
Environment - Alaska Quiet Rights Coalition - Alaska Wildlife Alliance - Alliance for
the Wild Rockies - American Canoe Association - American Hiking Society - American
Whitewater - Bark - Bear River Watershed Council - Beartooth Recreational Trails
Association - Bend Backcountry Alliance - Big Wild Advocates - Biodiversity
Conservation Alliance - Boulder-White Clouds Council - Californians for Western
Wilderness - Center for Native Ecosystems - Colorado Environmental Coalition -
Colorado Mountain Club - Colorado Wild - Conservation Leaders Network -
Conservation Northwest - Continental Divide Trail Alliance - Defenders of Wildlife - El
Sendero, Backcountry Ski and Snowshoe Club - Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs -
Friends of Berthoud Pass - Friends of Hope Valley - Friends of Scotchman Peaks
Wilderness - Friends of the Bitterroot - Friends of the River - Friends of the Routt
Backcountry - Grand Canyon Trust - Great Old Broads for Wilderness - Greater
Yellowstone Coalition - Hells Canyon Preservation Council - High Country Citizens'
Alliance - Idaho Conservation League - Idaho Rivers United - International Mountain
Bicycling Association - Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance - Mazamas - Montana
Backcountry Alliance - Montana River Action - Montana Wilderness Association –
Montanans for Quiet Recreation - Mount Shasta Nordic Ski Organization -
Mountaineering Club of Alaska - Nordic United - Outdoor Alliance - Oregon Natural
Desert Association - Oregon Wild - Outdoor Industry Conservation Alliance - Peaceful
Roads & Trails Vermont - Pintler Audubon Society - Quiet Use Coalition - Red
Mountain Pass Chapter of BSI/CMC - Rocky Mountain Recreation Initiative - San Juan
Citizens Alliance - San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council - Save Our Canyons - Selkirk
Conservation Alliance - Sequoia Forest Keeper - Sheep Mountain Alliance - Sierra Club -
Snowlands Network - Southeast Idaho Recreation Alliance - Southern Utah Wilderness
Alliance - Spokane Mountaineers, Inc. - Summit Winterlands and Trails - Sustainable
Obtainable Solutions - Tahoe Backcountry Ski Patrol - The Lands Council - The
Mountaineers - Togwotee Pass Backcountry Alliance - Trails Club of Oregon - Wasatch
Mountain Club - Washtenaw Ski Touring Club - Wenatchee Mountain Coalition - Wild
Connections - Wild Earth Guardians - Wilderness Watch - Wilderness Workshop -
Willapa Hills Audubon Society - Wyoming Conservation Voters - Wyoming Wilderness
Association – Winter Wildlands Alliance

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I contacted Coors they assured me they do not support closures or the limiting of motorized sports
They said they know the importance of us all having the right to enjoy our own style of recreation
makes me happy i didnt want to change beer brands again
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Weird to see smith optics on there, granted they are in the sun valley/granola muncher area, but I see lots of their products geared towards sledders and dirt bikers.

May have to write a letter or 2.
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This list is great to know. Sierra Trading post needs added as well as every major power company in the US. They are all owned by warren buffet who gives a ton of money to the bunny thumpers
I have to wonder where people get their info sometimes
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Weird to see smith optics on there, granted they are in the sun valley/granola muncher area, but I see lots of their products geared towards sledders and dirt bikers.

May have to write a letter or 2.
I view it as brillant! not happy about but still. They are using our own money against us. Think about how much more money sledders spend on gear than tree huggers. Bet you a dollar to a doughnut they take more in from sledders than the other groups.
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i think 90% of thesae companies just give to the cause to get the huggers off their arses!!!!!!!!! i'm sure some truely are against motorized use and would like the backcountry shut down, but most are just giving for the PR to say they are trying to help, when in reality they don't really care. guess our crowd just needs to get more vocal and demanding so we can get some money to!!!!!
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I work for the first company on the list. Kinda funny, cuz they are being sued by the state of MN for poluting the water here in town for waste dumped per city and state regulations in the 60's and 70's.

Most of the people here are involved in motor-sports as well. Heck, they even have a car in NASCAR. Not that car racing has anything to do with sledding.
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Perfect. Yet another reason not to support Special K brand. They promote GT & GT is on the list. Way to go special K.
Klim essentially paid people to join the BRC this fall, and they are supporters of SAWS and SAR. During the snow shows Gore-Tex and Klim gave away grants to snowmobile clubs. Doesn't really seem that they are the enemy does it? I am all for putting pressure on companies that support closing down our sport, however lets hold our fire until we are sure we are not aimed at our own foot.


The following was posted recently on Snowest and I thought it applies well to this conversation:


This is John from Klim. I just wanted to throw a couple of things out there.

First, Gore does not contribute to the Sierra Club. On a personal level the guys at Gore are outdoor enthusiast just like us. I’ve ridden both snowmobiles and motorcycles with them. Our account rep that lives in Seattle is a Land Cruiser junky. He’s built a Land Cruiser from the ground up and likes to take it out and go 4x4.

On a business level Gore would never alienate their own customers. Yes, there are people that ski that use Gore-Tex, but that does not mean Gore is for shutting access. Instead of promoting the closure of public land to motorized access, Gore has helped out in the snowmobile market more than all of the other fabric companies combined.

Here is an example. This year, Gore-Tex and Klim teamed up to offer five $1000 grants to five different snowmobile clubs across the US this winter. Any club was eligible that was a member of a State Snowmobile Association. Clubs had to attend a snow show in their area and present a simple plan at the Klim booth outlining what good they would do with the grant. The winners were chosen based on the validity and effectiveness of the plans submitted and the grant was given out on the spot (at the show).

The purpose of the Grant was to:


#1: drive traffic to the shows, this helped the entire industry.
#2: The grant was only given to clubs that were members of a state snowmobile association in an effort to help the state associations and ACSA maintain a population of active clubs—the people making the difference.
#3: To benefit clubs and their programs directly, which Klim and Gore feels is the backbone of the industry.

One grant was given away in Washington State to the State’s first snowmobile club; The Yakima Ski Benders. The money went to help subsidized lost DNR funds to keep parking areas plowed and trails groomed from “Wenachee to our own Ahtanum State Forest.”

Another club in Utah; the Skyline Snow Riders, was able to get the State of Utah to match the Gore-Tex grant so they walked away with $2000 to directly benefit the future of their riding areas.


As a business in the snowmobile market we are trying to do all we can to help fight the ridiculous land grab. Klim partners with pro-access groups (such as The Blue Ribbon Coalition) and works hard for year-round access to our public lands. We would not purposely work with someone that would take us backwards. Gore has been a great partner over the years and we feel they are in a pivotal position to help us communicate with their other customers in the non-motorized world. Through this communication, we can all get to the table and discuss why nobody can be the selfish child in the sandbox—we all have the right to play.
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