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4/14/2014 6:00:00 AM
Letter of thanks: Help made off-road maps possible

Kingman Mohave County Search and Rescue sends a huge thanks to all the sponsors of the Hualapai Mountain Off Highway Maps. The following sponsors made it possible for us to have the maps printed that are now available to the public:

A-1 Well Service, Arthur's Sales and Service, AZ Drivelines, Bank Street Guns, Big O Tires, Brown Drilling, Budget Blinds, Desert Thunder Motorsports, D&G Towing, Great West Goodyear, The Gun Shop, H&H Printers, Hualapai Kwik Stop & Storage, Hualapai Mountain Resort, KAR, Kingman Auto Supply, Kingman Chevrolet Buick, Kingman Regional Medical Center, Kingman True Value, Martin Swanty, Napa Auto, Northern Propane, On Target Enterprise, Precision Automotive, Preston Investments, R&R Hitches, River Rat Motorsports, Rod's VW, Route 66 Motorsports, Texmo Oil Co, TNT Auto Center, and Upton's Hidden Pines.

The maps are currently available at a suggested donation of at least $2 each at the following locations across town:

Bank Street Guns, Big O Tires, Brown Drilling, Desert Archery, Desert Thunder Motorsports, D&G Towing, Eagles, Great West Goodyear, The Gun Shop, H&H Printers, Hualapai Kwik Stop & Storage, Hualapai Mountain Park, Hualapai Mountain Resort, KAR, Kingman Auto Supply, Kingman Chevrolet Buick, Mohave Museum of History and Arts, Kingman True Value, Martin Swanty, Napa Auto, On Target Enterprise, Powerhouse, Precision Automotive, River Rat Motorsports, R&R Hitches, Sun Valley Bumper, Texmo Oil Co, TNT Auto Center, Tony's Cleaners, and Upton's Hidden Pines.

If you or your business is interested in sponsoring one of the future maps, please let us know.

Amanda Kaufman

Kingman Mohave County Search and Rescue




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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, April 14, 2014
Article comment by: Edward Tomchin

This is what I asked for some time back when the Miner first made the news of the maps available to the public. The only thing the Miner said in the paper was to call the Sheriff's Dept. and gave the general number (753-0753). When I called Search & Rescue I was told that the department was inundated with calls that tied up the switchboard. I then contacted the Miner with a request to stop people from calling MCSO and to put up a list of the places one could make a donation, but I was ignored.

Thank you Amanda for finally putting up the list that the Miner should have posted to begin with.




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