LAKE GOGEBIC AREA BUSINESSES RAISE $$
To help Support
GOGEBIC AREA GROOMING, INC.
James Eismueller, Owner of the Walleye Lodge in Bergland has been coming to the Upper Peninsula snowmobiling for almost 30 years. Two years ago he purchased the Walleye Lodge in Bergland and when he was unpacking his belongings he uncovered a snowmobile bandanna from this area that he had been carrying around with him for at least 20 years. He thought that it was such a great idea and way to promote the area that with the support of 20 local business partners, a new 2014 Lake Gogebic Area snowmobile bandanna was developed! The bandannas were sold at 20 local businesses throughout Lake Gogbic, Ewen, Bruce’s Crossing, Watersmeet and Rockland. A portion of every bandanna sold went to the Gogebic Area Groomers, Inc. who last year groomed almost 28,000 miles of snowmobile trails and logged in about 4,000 man-hours. Today, a check for almost $1,000 was presented to the Gogebic Area Grooming, Inc. on behalf of those 20 Sponsors and with sincere thanks for a great job, well done!
Thank you Gogebic Area Grooming and we look forward to a great 2014-2015 season! Bandanas will be back and will be on sale at participating business. Get your bandana and we’ll see you out on the trails!
Picture left to right: James Eismueller, Walleye Lodge, Dale Kuivanen, Bergland Township Supervisor
Carolyn Maves, Gogebic Area Grooming, Secretary, Ken & Gail Scott, Grant Directors, George Maves, Trail Boss
Be Sure to Support our Sponsors
AJ’s Walleye Lodge Antonio’s Restaurant Bergland Bay Bar
Casa De Largo Char’s Café’ BerglandSnowmobile
Gogebic Lodge Headwaters Polaris Henry’s Inn
Hoop N Holler JW’s BBQ & Brew Konteka
Lake Gogebic Outpost Lac Vieux Desert Casino Logger’s Alley
Root Cellar Resort Settler’s Co-Op South Branch Saloon
Timberline Sports Fishtales