VALCOURT, QUEBEC, CANADA – November 25, 2022 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – BRP Inc. (TSX: DOO, NASDAQ: DOOO) is committed to promoting responsible riding and increasing its efforts to empower all riders in the powersports communities to ride responsibly and rethink the way they approach safety, environment, and riding etiquette. Ski-Doo, a BRP brand, is doing that by engaging riders on four unique fronts focused on improving rider safety and preserving our sport for years to come: Take the Pledge, Avalanche Awareness Seminars and Safety Partnerships, Snow P.A.S.S., and International Snowmobile Safety Week.
“As a leader in the snowmobile industry, we have a responsibility to grow the community of responsible riders, educate our community on preserving our winter playgrounds and generate positive experiences. Every action and initiative we take at Ski-Doo is to ensure our sport flourishes today and for future generations of riders.” said Jérémi Doyon-Roch, Manager, Global Marketing, Snowmobile and Cross Brand Initiatives at BRP. “In addition, by working with local organizations, associations and clubs throughout all of our programs, we are helping to ensure riders know where they can safely enjoy the snow and, most importantly, return home to do it all again the next day.”
Take the Pledge for our Playgrounds
Ski-Doo calls on the entire snowmobiling community to “Take the Pledge” ⎯ a collective effort to preserve access to trails on private and public lands and backcountry winter playgrounds. Trespassing and illegal off-trail riding is threatening snowmobile access. The brand encourages all snowmobilers to be responsible, and pledge their commitment to ensure the sport continues to flourish today and for future generations of riders.
Strength in the Knowledge
Ski-Doo believes in creating safe experiences for all riders and embarks on its fourteenth year of backcountry rider education with free avalanche awareness and avoidance seminars for snowmobilers. From October 4th to November 30th, riders of all brands, at all levels of experience, are welcomed and encouraged to attend the in-person events with their fellow backcountry explorers to increase or refresh their knowledge in a fun atmosphere. In addition to offering free seminars, Ski-Doo partnered with associations in Canada and in the United States, and lent 14 snowmobiles last year, and will again this year, to help provide avalanche reports and real world data to all riders….