Corporate Memberships

Thank you for considering joining the 4WDABC!

For businesses who support our work and community. Member businesses are afforded a number of perks, including a listing in the Backroader magazine, more frequent posts in the Buy & Sell group on Facebook, and increased exposure on our social media channels.

 

 

Corporate Sustaining Member Tier I

Membership is active for one year from sign-up date

Perks include:

Rotating listing on our website,

Logo and information in a Corporate Sustaining Members' section of the Backroader magazine 

Inclusion in monthly spotlight Tier I group post

Invitation to display at events such as our annual Show & Shine

and more!


Corporate Sustaining Member Tier II
 

Membership is active for one year from sign-up date

Perks include:

Rotating listing on our website (higher frequency of repetition)

1/8 page ad in the Backroader magazine

A dedicated monthly spotlight group post in the main discussion group and page

Invitation to display at events such as our annual Show & Shine 

and more!


Corporate Sustaining Member Tier III

Membership is active for one year from sign-up date

Perks include:

Rotating listing on our website (highest frequency of repetition)

1/4 page ad in the Backroader magazine

A dedicated weekly spotlight group post in the main discussion group and page

Invitation to display at events such as our annual Show & Shine 

and more! 

 

 

For more info and pricing on our Corporate Sustaining Membership Tiers, email csm@4wdabc.ca

 

Your membership provides you with benefits and helps us make things happen

Your membership provides you with the annual(ish) magazine, exclusive member discount programs with various retailers, and the yearly membership Decal.

More importantly, your membership helps provide us the means to make the things we do happen, including:

  • Building and upkeep of the Hale Creek shelter
  • Rebuilding/repair and maintenance of the Nahatlatch, Cornwall, and Mount Lavina fire towers
  • Maintaining 10 Rec Sites in BC so that avid off roaders can use them free of charge
  • Holding two clean-ups a year at Stave Lake, taking out over 200 tons of garbage the last 5 years
  • Hosting 18+ maintenance runs a year
  • Development of the Stave Lake Training Area in Mission, and Thunder Mountain ORV Park in Kelowna
  • Hosting runs to take out Burn Survivors and Big Brothers & Sisters for the day
  • Eagle Ridge Key Access Program
  • And most of all, help ensure Public Access to Public Land