Monday, April 12, 2010

MFS Adopts Albright Jeep for Maintenance, Repairs and Fixits

DEL ALBRIGHT ENTERPRISES – Recreational Advocacy and Outdoor Photojournalism


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Del Albright
C: (209) 304-7693
Email: del@delalbright.com

MOTORSPORTS FABRICATION SERVICES PARTNERS UP FOR LANDUSE

MFS adopts Albright Jeep for maintenance, fabrication and TLC
Mokelumne Hill, CA, April 8, 2010. Del Albright, Recreation Advocate and internationally published Outdoor Photojournalist announced a new partnership with Motorsports Fabrication Services (MFS) of Lincoln, CA, that will help save trails and keep our outdoor sports alive and well.

“The Albright Land Use War Machine Jeep is 12 years old and has 140,000 miles on it, many over the roughest trails in the West,” said Del, “and I’ve been hoping for a nearby shop like MFS to take on old ‘Seein’ Red.”

“My full time efforts as a BlueRibbon Coalition Ambassador and Recreation Advocate takes me to the trails, on the ground, with the troops; and to do that, my Jeep is a critical element of my successes,” Albright added.

“Red” is a full blown battle wagon for land use, the only one of its kind, with about every after market product you can imagine, sponsored by over two dozen off-road businesses like Poison Spyder, GenRight Off Road, Warn, Rubicon Express, Hanson Offroad, Raceline Wheels, Olympic4x4 Products, BFGoodrich Tires and others, with the North American XJ Association topping off the trail support. “This allows me to focus on advocacy and education on behalf of BlueRibbon Coalition members, and continue to work on responsible recreational access nationwide,” Albright concluded.

MFS is a relatively new business in Lincoln, CA, outside Sacramento with 10,000 sq. ft. of amazing tools and fabricating machines. More importantly, they have become a notable force for responsible four-wheeling and outdoor recreation on the nearby Rubicon Trail. Helping Friends of the Rubicon (FOTR) is high on their list as well and they show up to help on work projects and FOTR events.

“We’re helping Del because we want him to stay in the fight for our trails and for our future,” said Jeff Hayer, co-owner of MFS. “We build a lot of rock buggies here, but Del’s land use Jeep is on top of our fixit list when he needs some help,” Jeff added.

Please learn more and visit MFS at http://www.mfs-ca.com

(Email del@delalbright.com for pictures if desired. See all Jeep buildup sponsors here at http://www.delalbright.com/access/sponsors.htm)

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Del Albright, internationally recognized columnist and recreation advocate, also specializes in providing volunteer training and leadership courses. For more please visit www.delalbright.com and www.sharetrails.org.

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