Pageviews past week

The cold world of alpine climbing.

The cold world of alpine climbing.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The Access Fund?

Please excuse the weird formatting here.  For the life of me I couldn't get this letter to appear correctly on the blog.  Message is good though and worth a look. cheers, Dane


"Dear Climbers,

I’ve had the opportunity and pleasure to climb freely in the Red River Gorge. 
This beautiful area boasts a plethora of world-class climbs from easier moderatesto top-notch challenges, including one of my latest achievements—Pure Imagination5.14d.

Whether you’re climbing 5.6 or 5.14, the Access Fund needs the help of climbers 
like us to ensure that there are always places available for us to push our 
limits and to enjoy the great outdoors.

I am writing to encourage you to join the Access Fund—the national advocacy organization that keeps climbing areas open and conserves the climbing environment. Today the Access Fund has over 10,000 members (climbers just like you and me) and affiliates whose support helps protect America’s climbing. This year, they’ll host more than 160 climbing trail and crag cleanup days, and lobby on federal, state, and locallevels to ensure continued access to climbing on public lands. They will also work with private landowners to preserve access to the areas we all love to climb—like the Red River Gorge.
*But there’s more to do.* Become a member of the Access Fund today and be a part ofthe largest climbing advocacy movement in America. For $35, you’ll join the ranks of climbers who respect the land, and our sport. And, thanks to the generous 
support of my sponsor, Petzl, you’ll get a FREE Attache locking carabiner, while 
supplies last! Just enter *Promo Code PETZL04.

The Access Fund exists for you. 

And your membership makes all the difference. Please join today.

Thanks in advance for your support, and welcome!"

See you out
there,

Sasha DiGiulian
Access Fund Member & Sponsored Athlete

P.S. Enter *Promo Code PETZL04* to receive your FREE locking biner!

No comments: