The economic impact of snowmobiling in the UCSR area is $70.8 million (18/19 Season)
UCSR District consists of the area west to Napanee, north to Arnprior and east to the Ontario/Quebec border and has over 3000 km of marked, groomed trails. 1000dedicated volunteers make up 16 clubs within the UCSR and sell over 9000trail permits annually to families in Eastern Ontario.
UCSR Trail Guide (Map) is an important tool for you to advertise your business but it is an equally important tool to help guide snowmobilers through our awesome network of trails - safely.7,000Trail Guides are distributed annually for free through the 16 UCSR clubs/associations, tourist information centres, municipalities, businesses, and the major provincial snowmobile trade show in Toronto.
The Trail Guide is two-sided, 22"x 28" four colour Trail Guide complete with service icons, trail numbers, TOP Trails (Trans Provincial trails), club trails, provincial and county roads, businesses and your ads.
Ad Rate The ad rate, based on the cost, is $245 + HST per ad. Same rate as last year. This includes:
• an indicator icon identifying your business on the front of the Trail Guide;
• your 2" x4" ad (customer supplies artwork) on the backside;
• website listing on www.ucsr.ca; and
• Point of Interest (POI) listing on the OFSC Provincial Interactive Trail Guide (Website trail map) (usually a $75 extra cost).
To become a sponsor and advertise on the Trail Guide, please fill in the following PDF document and print it out once complete:
Please forward artwork by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For payment, please forward cheque with the completed application to the mailing address below or send an etransfer to email@example.com. Note: We are not set-up to accept credit cards. If you wish, we could have a volunteer pick up your payment and / or artwork.
Questions may be directed to:
Darin McRae, District Manager
Upper Canada Snowmobile Region
PO Box 20011 Carleton Mews
Carleton Place, Ontario K7C 4K3