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Monday, 23 September 2013

2012-14 OFSC Permit Information.

2013-14 OFSC Permit Information.

Hey Guys, the OFSC AGM  (Annual General Meeting) was last weekend, soon will be time to buy your permits, here's the information you have been asking about for trail permits. I checked the OFSC website and the Online permit sales is not up yet, As soon as I know that it is ready I will let you guys know.

The following is available On-Line only via the OFSC Website:
Seasonal - $180 if purchased on or before Nov 1st 2013

The following will be available at retail outlets, via phone order, mail in order and online for purchase...
$210 - if purchased between Nov 2nd and Dec 1st
$260 - if purchased after Dec 2nd

Classic (for snowmobiles 15 yrs or older):
$140 if purchased on or before Dec 1st
$170 - if purchased after Dec 1st

3 Day permit - $75
7 Day permit - $140

 Note: pending MTO Approvals.

Buy where you ride!!  if you plan on riding in my area in Dubreuilville  (District 13)  Please support our club and purchase a permit from the Dubreuilville Alouettes Snowmobile Club.  you can send me an e-mail      Clubs MUST sell a minimum of 50 trail permits to stay in good standing wit the OFSC guidelines, every year our small club struggles to sell our 50 permits as we live in a small town with a population of 700 people.  Make sure to support the clubs where you will ride this winter, please spread it around, there are many other small clubs that also need help.

1 comment:

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