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From: United Four Wheel Drive Associations

Date: Jan 24, 2008 7:12 PM
Subject: Companies that support Greenies!!!
Body: Do you love Tellico? Apparently Cabelas does not, or any other 4x4/ATV trail for that matter!

E-mail them and tell them what you think!

This was sent to me today:

The following was emailed to Cabela's Customer Service this AM. Urge everyone to do same. Check the TU corporate sponsorhip site and hit every one on the list.

I have been a longtime customer of Cabela's. My vehicle right now has Cabela's seat covers on it, proudly proclaiming the Cabela's name. Now I discover that Cabela's is supporting Trout Unlimited as a corporate sponsor (according to the TU website). TU is trying to sue the USFS into closing the OHV trails at Tellico, in the Nantahala National Forest.

Cabela's needs to tell TU that unless it drops its support for trying to close me out of my own National Forest, the 4X4 and ATV community will begin its boycott of Cabelas. From this point forward, my Cabela's seat covers in my truck will have the Cabela's name removed, and I will not purchase anything else from Cabela's until they publicly denounce the actions of Trout Unlimited.

The only thing these Philadelphia lawyers understand is $$. So lets start putting it in terms of $$ for them. Someone needs to stir this on the ATV sites - Cabela's sells LOTS of ATV stuff.

I did a little research, and found the following companies also. I also listed how much they donate of your purchase to TU.

Here is the link to the TU site:

Cabelas - 7%
Barnes & Noble - 5%
Under Armour - 7%
Adventure Advocates - Member discounts
Orvis mail order - 5%
Chase Bank - Donation
Chef's Preference - 10%
All Terrain - 10%
Patagonia - 7%

Director of Environmental Affairs

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