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In Gear Advertising

April 2014 In Gear coverOur beautiful 4-color glossy magazine comes out every other even-numbered month and is distributed to our members, off-road businesses, trade shows, and events in California and bordering states. We have a distribution of 10,000. The magazine contains articles on current access issues and legislation, upcoming events, and general interest articles pertaining to four-wheeling.

Associate Membership
Advertising is offered at a significant discount to our association's associate members, so please take the time to enroll your business in this valuable program if you are not already a member. Please contact our office at (916) 381-8300 for more information or join online using your credit card.

Banner ads are available now!
Want an inexpensive advertising solution for your off-road business? We have the answer with our new banner ad program. Visit the link below for more information.

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Save your cash by ordering your advertising online! We've built in some nice pre-payment discounts for you. Just click on the 'Order advertising' link on the right side of this page.

More information
To begin your In Gear advertising program, contact Suzy at (805) 550-2804 or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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