Please support our sponsors and buy local.
Our Sponsors are key to our organization. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please contact us.
Here are some stats for you to consider:
- 9,000+ unique visitors per month
- Average of 1,000+ page loads per day or 30,000+ per month
- Predominately from NB, NS, PEI and Quebec
We have three sponsor levels, below is the cost breakdown for each. All three levels will receive a yearly billing for their sponsorship.
GOLD - $1,000 and over or equivalent value of a service. This category is our corporate level gives your ad streaming on the top of each page of the web site, which gives your business the greatest exposure.
SILVER - $500 and over if it is a Cash ad or a supper sponsor. This category gives your business continuous streaming at the bottom of each page of our web site.
BRONZE - $100 entitles you to a business sign (12" X 24") at Nepisiguit Lodge or a double business sign (12 " X 24") for $200. Is listed on sponsors page only.
Nepisiguit Club #1
The Nepisiguit Snowmobile club #1, which is the oldest snowmobile club in the province, has the largest membership in New Brunswick with 826 registered last season (849 for 15/16), (794 for 14/15), (809 for 13/14), (765 for 12/13), (579 for 07/08) with a strong Nova Scotia and PEI contingent and maintains a trail system about 400 Kilometers in length. The club started in 69/70 with one small groomer with membership fees of $10 and groomed about 175 Km in the area between Brunswick Mines (Old Theriault Rd), Highway 430 (Nine Mile East Rd), and the now Caribou Mines.
Trails were designated and signed by such names as Caribou, Bear, Fox, Rabbit and Beaver. Log shelters were built along the trails and were also designated with animal names. One unique feature at the beginning was that all traffic was in one direction. It made for safer trails as the drags were only so wide. The trails were made in a series of 5 loops and one could vary their trip in any combination of loops as they so wished. We only use a small percentage of these trails today in our present system< namely: Nine Mile East, Nine Mile North, Rio, and the Forty Four. As time progressed the trails expanded closer to Nepisiguit Falls and Bathurst.
Of course everything was dependent on the volunteer. Some of the founders were Howard Doucet , Bud Kenny, John Labonville and there were a few more, plus loads of volunteers.
MORE TO COME