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Pagosa company makes donations to snowmobile association

Powder-Jack, Inc. is an internet company based out of Pagosa Springs that exports product to five different countries, as well as all over the U.S. Powder-Jack produces a light-weight aluminum snowmobile jack that is used by deep powder snowmobile riders to help in extracting their sleds when stuck in deep powder.

Beginning Nov. 11, the Colorado Snowmobile Association (CSA) is receiving contributions from Powder-Jack, Inc. through a program that generates support for the association based on sales through the CSA website.

The Colorado Snowmobile Association was founded in 1970 as an opportunity to unite winter motorized recreationists across the state to enjoy their passion. It has continued the tradition of family and fun for the last almost 40 years. The association has also become the voice of organized snowmobiling to advance, promote and preserve the sport of snowmobiling through work with federal and state land management agencies and local, state and federal legislators telling the truth about the sport.

Powder-Jack is donating 10 percent from CSA site sales with “no strings attached,” allowing CSA to decide how to use the funds it receives. Projects funded by donations could include membership drives, trail and grooming programs, legislative efforts, tourism promotion and more.

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