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goneMOAB 2013 - Newsletter # 1
« on: January 21, 2013, 01:17:15 PM »
Hey everyone...goneMOAB 2013 is just around the corner!!

Are you ready?

In less than 120 days Nissan Enthusiasts from around the world will start to converge on the off road Mecca that is Moab, Utah.  goneMOAB 2013 will be the 12th installment of this epic pilgrimage.  New organizers, incorporated non-profit event status, beautiful scenery and great trails all set the stage for the biggest year yet!

If you haven’t registered, what are you waiting for?  Early registration ends January 31st!

goneMOAB has grown exponentially over the last decade, with the event hosting close to 150 participants in 2012! This year we are expecting another record turn out!

For 2013, goneMOAB will be offering 25 trails over the five day event (5 trails a day!!), with a wide range of difficulty as well as scenic locations .  This is the largest trail offering coordinated through the event’s relationship with both the Bureau of Land Management and State Trust Lands Administration.  This effort was in response to the numbers of participants on the most popular trails, as well as running the most popular trails multiple times during the week of the event.   The iconic Moab trails are there (Fins N Things, Hell’s Revenge, Poison Spider Mesa) as well as a few different trails (Strike Ravine at AreaBFE, a reverse run of Top of The World, and Dome Plateau) for everyone to experience.

What is the attraction of Moab some people ask?  The answer seems to be different for everyone.  The Trails, the scenery, the off-camber adrenaline, the escape from the “daily grind,” as well as testing the limits of their Nissan trucks!  Seems the one thing we all agree on is the shared camaraderie at goneMOAB.  Great friendships are forged and then rekindled each year over the mysterious red rocks during goneMOAB.

For 2013, the goneMoab team is also working with previous sponsors such as Boulder Nissan, Rugged Rocks, Nisstec Lifts, XTF Fabrication, AZXC, GPAX and SCCX.  Without all of our valued sponsors, the event wouldn’t be what it is today.  We will also working with new sponsors! Stay tuned as we reveal the sponsor information in a later email to everyone.

Questions about goneMOAB? Need to scoop on where to stay? Want to see photos, videos, and trail descriptions? Sponsor links for cool gear?  Be sure to check out the event website at www.gonemoab.com.  There is also a link to the official goneMoab forum where you can speak directly with the Event Organizers, Trail Leaders, Volunteers and Attendees that help to make this event possible.

Hope to see YOU in less than 120 days in at goneMoab2013!

The goneMoab2013 Team

www.gonemoab.com