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The MS Snowmobile Tour
January 22 - January 24, 2015




The MS Snowmobile Tour promises a memorable weekend filled with laughter and camaraderie. You will leave on Sunday morning with new friends and a sense of knowing that you brought hope to thousands of people living with MS. Event Weekend Itinerary

Accommodations and Meals
The MS Snowmobile Tour is an all-inclusive, fully supported event. Participants stay at the location and may choose a roommate (if you do not have a roommate preference, you will be assigned one of the same gender). Breakfast and dinner will be provided to each participant, in addition to scheduled lunch stops along the trails on both Friday and Saturday.

Group Riding
All participants are placed in a color group for the weekend. Each color group has a guide and tailgunner who lead the group on marked, well groomed trails. If you do not request a certain color group, one will be assigned to you. For the safety of you and the other riders on the Tour, you must stay with your color group and not ride on your own. 

Mechanical Support
An on-site mechanic will provide service free of charge to all riders and their sleds throughout the weekend.

Age Requirement
Participants must be 12 years of age to participate in the MS Snowmobile Tour. Riders under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult and have a waiver and an Authorization for Responsibility signed by a parent/guardian and notarized. This adult must also be with the minor in the registration line. Download the MS Snowmobile Tour Minor Waiver here. A letter with this information will be mailed to all the parents/guardians of the minors prior to the event.

Fees and Donations
The registration fee is $45. The fundraising minimum is $650 to be turned in by the day of the event. If you are unable to turn in the minimum by the day of the event, you will be asked to fill out a Promise to Pay form, which extends your time to raise the minimum fundraising amount to February 23, 2015. (You can continue to raise additional funds for prize incentives until the prize deadline, April 1, 2015.) 

Where to Send Donations
Rather then mailing donations to our office, we encourage you to consider donating online via the website. This helps save time and money on processing costs.

  • In lieu of sending cash, either send a personal check or make an online donation through the website.
  • Please understand your deposit may not show up immediately due to processing time, weekends and holidays.
  • Please notify our office of any problems or un-cleared checks as soon as possible.
  • Make sure all checks are made payable to the National MS Society-Wisconsin Chapter.
  • Write your name on the memo line of each check so they can be credited accordingly.
  • If you are submitting a matching gift form that requires an original signature, please have it signed, and then mail the form directly to our office. Be sure to include your name on the matching gift form so that we know to give you credit for it.
  • Keep copies of your pledge forms for any donor questsions that may arise.

Checks can be mailed to:
National MS Society-Wisconsin Chapter
1120 James Drive, Suite A
Hartland, WI 53029

Matching Gifts
Does your company match your donations? Ask your employer today! Call us for more information at 800-242-3358.


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