Proceeds of sales from “Land-use” winch line will go to the CMRC JV defense fund.
Master-Pull, the leader in synthetic ropes, once again commits to keeping public lands open to the public by donating a portion of the proceeds of its new, limited edition, green winch rope to the Johnson Valley defense fund which has been set up by the California Motorized Recreation Council. This campaign is in addition to the Master-Pull 4405 Race-A-Thon for land use which is excepting pledges for Master-Pull driver Travis Carpenter in the Master-Pull 4405 during the famed King of the Hammers.
According to Kurt Schneider, land-use activist and manager of the Master-Pull 4405 Ultra4 race team, “The California Motorized Recreation Council (CMRC) is a collection of pro-access organizations that are working together to develop a plan to save Johnson Valley. CMRC
includes organizations such as ORBA, Cal4Wheel, CORVA, the AMA and the ASA. Finally we don’t just have one dog in the fight, we have the entire pack, but they need the funding to fight.”
Master-Pull develops and supplies superior recovery equipment for use in a wide range of applications, from recreational off-road to heavy duty military and industrial use. The ropes used for these applications represent the greatest in synthetic rope technology, which ensures Master-Pull’s products are the most reliable in the field. These products include synthetic winch lines, kinetic tow ropes and recovery kits.
To purchase these ropes visit: http://www.masterpull.