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2010 National Trails Day Will Be June 5th
From the American Hiking Society
Are you hosting an event for National Trails Day® 2010? Well, guess what? Registration is NOW live!!!
To help make your National Trails Day 2010 event a success, we have provided resources on the NTD section of our website including an Event Organizer’s Manual, press materials, and fact sheets. You will also find Save the Date flyers and other advertising materials. Check our website regularly for additional materials added daily…like our Kids Coloring Contest.
Our Style Guide is a must read! It will help you message your individual NTD event as part of the nationwide program.
Follow us on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook to receive regular NTD host updates. Who are new NTD sponsors? When do kits go on sale? What’s in the kits? When is the coloring contest available? What host resources have been added? Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook to be the first to find out all of this and more!
Official 2010 National Trails Day merchandise will be available later in the year. Promote your event with performance t-shirts, patches, temporary tattoos, posters, NTD kits and more!
Thank you for doing your part to promote and protect our nation’s trails and share the happiness of the outdoors with others. We all need to find peace, quiet, excitement, and that special place that makes us feel happy. Find Your Happy Place this year during NTD 2010 and help others find theirs!
Check out www.AmericanHiking.org regularly to find out the latest news and updates on National Trails Day 2010. Please contact Heather Sable, Trail Programs Manager, with any questions you may have at hsable@AmericanHiking.org or (800) 972-8608 x208
“This is a great opportunity for RRCA members hosting trail runs to work together with their local park authorities to develop win:win use strategies for local trail use and awareness building,” explains Jean Knaack, RRCA Executive Director.