Richmond, CA – LeoVince USA announces a monthly online auction program on eBay to support the BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) efforts to champion responsible recreational use of public lands. LeoVince USA is an international manufacturer of high-performance motorcycle exhaust systems and quiet technology X3 off-road mufflers. They are a division of Sito Gruppo Industriale based in Monticello d¹Alba, Italy.
This year, LeoVince will be auctioning off one item per month and donating 100% of the proceeds to the Blue Ribbon Coalition. Look for exciting items from brand new exhaust systems to autographed equipment and memorabilia from top LeoVince GNCC and Off-Road Athletes.
Tim Calhoun, Executive Vice President and General Manager of LeoVince USA, states, ³The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national non-profit organization dedicated to preserving responsible recreational access to public lands and waters. Their endeavors help to keep your land open for use, whether you recreate on a mountain bike, snowmobile, motorcycle, personal watercraft, ATV, four-wheeler, horse, or your hiking boots.²
³Nothing is free though, and the cost of fighting land use restrictions becomes more expensive every year. This is where we¹ve decided to step up and help. Not only is LeoVince giving you the opportunity to grab an exhaust or other awesome items, we¹re also donating 100% of the money received to the Blue Ribbon Coalition. It¹s our way of giving back,² Calhoun continues.
³So step up and be a part of the riding community that is out to preserve riding space for all of us. If there¹s no place to ride, there¹s no fun. This is just another way LeoVince is on your side,² Calhoun concludes.
Don Amador, western representative for the BlueRibbon Coalition, states, ³It¹s because of support like this from companies who want to give back to the sport that BRC will be able to continue our efforts to champion responsible OHV recreation on public lands.²
The winner of this auction will also receive a LeoVince T-shirt in their size as well as additional goodies.

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