Colorado 4x4 Rescue & Recovery
Sponsors & Supporters
Co4x4RnR relies on sponsorships to help provide our members with benefits as rewards for their hard work. In addition our sponsors and partners help to financially support our organization and our various projects. If you are interested in supporting our mission, and feel you have a business or product that can benefit our membership or organization please reach out to us. Various levels of support are available and are outlined below:
Annual Title Sponsor
Our Title Sponsor gives a significant amount of monetary donation to our organization. In addition they partake in many events, provide us with deep membership discounts, and support the organization above and beyond all other sponsors. This is an annual sponsorship. If interested in an annual sponsorship please use the contact us page and submit your proposal. Our Title Sponsor usually supports us as a Sponsoring partner for one year before applying for Title Sponsor.
Sponsoring Partners provide both monetary donations to our organization as well as discounts for our members on products and services. These businesses are dedicated to helping us achieve our mission every year, and are provided recognition as such.
Sponsors provide annual monetary donations to our organization. Their commitment to supporting us helps us to achieve our mission of providing free recoveries and agency support long into the future.
Partners of Co4x4RnR provide our members with deep discounts on products and services. Their support helps to reward our members hard work, and helps them to continue volunteering with us.
Supporting Clubs and Organizations
While these Clubs and Organizations may not provide us with monetary support, the support of their leadership and assistance to reach our goals is extremely beneficial to our organization.
2018 Title Sponsor - The Edge Automotive
"The Edge Automotive is your #1 choice for simple modifications to custom crawlers and everything in between. Our ASE certified technicians are highly experienced off roaders with real world experience in designing and building off road machines with unparalleled capabilities. When not in the shop we can be found pushing our rigs to extremes wheeling the Rocky Mountains in our never-ending quest to develop the best modifications possible! If you can dream it, we can build it!" Throughout the year, The Edge and Co4x4RnR will be releasing events and additional benefits for our members to enjoy.
Along with a tremendous amount of support, The Edge provides our members with significant discounts on products and services, please contact them or BOD@CO4X4RNR.ORG for more details!
We thank The Edge for their continued support!
Sponsoring Partners of Co4x4RnR
On Trail Training
Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery is proud to have secured Matt Balazs, with On Trail Training, as a valuable member and our Training Coordinator. Matt is an I4WDTA Certified Trainer, and has vast experience making him the most qualified choice around. On Trail Training provides all of our in-house training at a huge discount benefiting our members and organization OTT also offers many additional training opportunities available to both our members and the public. Matt works closely with us on difficult recoveries, and provides as needed consulting for the organization.
Please see our Training Section of this website for more information about our in-house training.
Outer Limit Supply
A local company providing water, dust, and crush proof first aid kits, specifically designed for the backcountry. Outer Limit Supply has branded our own logo on their line of kits, just for you. Our entire Board of Directors has purchased and pledged to carry these kits everywhere we go. We encourage you to do the same! Everyone who wishes purchase a Co4x4RnR Branded Kit will enjoy FREE SHIPPING with the purchase code of "CO4x4RNR".
Our Basic members will enjoy a 5% discount on any kit they purchase, using a personal discount code they will receive from us. For our Advanced members, they will enjoy a 15% discount on any kit they purchase using a personal discount code they will receive from us.
Please contact BOD@CO4X4RNR.ORG for your personal discount code.
Mile High Jeep Club
"Mile-Hi Jeep Club of Colorado is a 501(c)(7) not for profit organization whose purpose is to unite adventure loving people in worthwhile 4-wheel drive activities; to educate its members in the proper manner of all road driving; to protect and preserve the natural beauty and terrain; to participate, on a voluntary basis, in search and rescue and other humanitarian missions as the community needs; to share good fellowship while operating our vehicles in a manner so as to preserve and protect our land for all generations; and to extend the courtesy of the open road to all."
We encourage all of our followers and members to look into joining local clubs and organizations; MHJC is no exception. As a club formed in 1956, MHJC out-dates many of us, and it shows in their level of involvement with the OHV and community at large.
We thank MHJC for their Support and Dedication to the Community we love.
Colorado's All Girls Jeep Club works to preserve, protect and help with upkeep of our trails and public lands, while creating an environment for women to feel welcome regardless of their skill level on the trail. Catherine, the Founder and President of Colorado Jeep Girls, had a vision for the club to empower like-minded women who shared the desire to expand their knowledge while interacting with other females in the community who shared the passion for Jeeps and off-roading.
We thank CJG for their commitment to the 4x4 community and for the support of our organization.
Supporting Clubs & Organizations
Stay The Trail
The idea for Stay The Trail Colorado was born in 2003 when a small group of off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts decided a new approach to land management issues was needed in Colorado. This new approach was to educate the public on responsible OHV use and to develop a sense of stewardship for our public lands among OHV enthusiasts. Since our first brochure was published in 2005, the program has grown into a resource that both the public and the land management agencies can count on to educate the public and protect our natural resources in Colorado.