SOURCE: Zapp Box Inc

Zapp Box Inc

March 06, 2015 03:00 ET

Shark Kage Donating to Keep Nevada's Own Sand Washes Open

For Every Item Sold Shark Kage Will Donate $10 to the Blue Ribbon Coalition

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - March 06, 2015) -  Zapp Box Inc. which owns and operates the popular brand Shark Kage, based in Las Vegas, is supporting the Blue Ribbon Coalition to help strict a federal plan brought by the Bureau of Land Management which threatens OHV (Off-Highway Vehicles) access in Nevada. This plan could potentially eliminate causal and event-based OHV recreation on approximately 3 million acres in Southern Nevada. This elimination of dry or sand washes from the project level travel management plans could functionally close the desert because they would no longer be designated as routes. This plan would restrict off-road enthusiast by limiting motorized travel to designated roads and trails. Shark Kage wants to join in on the cause to help prevent this plan from moving forward. They will donate $10 to the Blue Ribbon Coalition, with every item sold that has a coupon code of DONATE10 and save 5% off their purchase in their online store. This coupon code donation will run from March 5th 2015 all the way to March 13th 2015.They want to help the coalition succeed in their mission to stop the plan and fight to preserve OHV access in the Nevada desert.  

Shark Kage which is #1 in safety and functionality, and was invented with the intent to help riders load safely. The CEO and inventor Cortney Smith, an off-road riding enthusiast, now has the chance to give back to the riding community by donating to a well worthy cause. He wants to help his local off-road riders by funding an organization that will help preserve the OHV access in the Nevada desert. Not only is the CEO heavily passionate about this cause but the whole company as well. Shark Kage, which was invented by riding aficionados, are all happy to support this organization and are more than willing to donate as much as they can. This plans hits home for the company and they want to make sure that their fellow riders will still have access to this glorious land.

By not allowing dry washes to be a part as a designated "road or trail" the Bureau of Land Management is essentially closing off access to the off-road riders. Those who against this plan will need to comment on the petition of the BLM's plan by March 9th 2015. Those who wish to support the OHV can also donate to the Blue Ribbon Coalition in order to help create a special "Southern Nevada OHV Defense Fund." This fund will go towards supporting their administration and legal efforts for the cause. Shark Kage is proud to take part in this courageous act and hopes that their efforts will be enough to stop this plan from going forward.

About Shark Kage

Shark Kage™ is the first multi-use ramp for pickup trucks on the market today. Shark Kage is ideal for loading motorcycles, ATVs, and more while serving as a ramp, bed extender, cargo box, cargo cover, work table, and sun shade. Shark Kage provides unique solutions that no other ramp can accommodate. The patent pending design and mounting plate prevents the ramp from slipping or falling during use, creating an unprecedented level of confidence for riders. For more information, visit Like them on Facebook at Check out the Shark Kage video HERE.

About Blue Ribbon Coalition

From the beginning, the BlueRibbon Coalition has been and continues to be guided by a host of Board Members who have graciously donated their time, skill, and talents. These largely unsung volunteer heroes, who serve or have served, continue to represent the interests of recreationists across this country by communicating and meeting regularly to develop key strategies, policy, and implementation plans for the future of BRC.

The successful BRC strategy of working administratively, legislatively, and legally for effective recreational advocacy is now a quarter of a century time tested and ground proven. The BRC TEAM looks forward to continuing its mission to "champion responsible use of public lands for the benefit of all recreationists" into the future (Note: See how BRC is fighting to protect your recreational access).

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