Rancho Announces Official Partnership With ORBA In An Effort To Help Benefit Off-Road Community

Rancho Announces Official Partnership With ORBA In An Effort To Help Benefit Off-Road Community

Rancho, a leader in the performance off-road industry, has announced its sponsorship of the Off-Road Business Association, Inc. (ORBA). ORBA is a national non-profit trade association of motorized off-road related businesses that formed to promote and preserve off-road recreation.

Rancho, a leader in the performance off-road industry, has announced its sponsorship of the Off-Road Business Association, Inc. (ORBA).

ORBA is a national non-profit trade association of motorized off-road related businesses that formed to promote and preserve off-road recreation. ORBA proactively protects recreation access and provides leadership in addressing land use issues by advancing policies that conserve the environment and provide off-road recreation opportunities.

“ORBA’s efforts are unparalled within our industry, and the organization directly impacts off-road enthusiast rights and access to recreation areas,” said Chris Gauss, sales and marketing manager, performance brands, Tenneco. “Ultimately, we’re committed to supporting the sport of off-road recreation in an environmentally responsible manner.”

To learn more about ORBA, visit www.ORBA.biz, write to: Off-Road Business Association, 1701 Westwind Drive. #108, Bakersfield, CA 93301, or call (661) 323-1464.

To learn more about Rancho performance products, contact your nearest Rancho dealer, call 1-734-384-7806 or visit www.GoRancho.com. To locate a Rancho authorized reseller, visit the “Where to Buy” tab on www.GoRancho.com.

 

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