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when is enough actually too much?

When is enough actually too much.  

30 members have voted

  1. 1. Is $150.00 for first step registration too high for registering a sled in NH?

    • I will pay it
      12
    • I will think about whether I will still register in NH
      18
  2. 2. Is $180.00 for second step registration too high for registering a sled in NH?

    • I will pay it
      10
    • I will think about whether I will still register in NH
      20
  3. 3. Do you feel the Association is losing touch with its clubs and the snowmobilers in NH?

    • Join and support their agenda willingly?
      5
    • Join only because of discount
      9
    • Not joining and would rather spend $30.00 surcharge directly to GIA so at least money spent goes to the trails and Grant in Aid Program
      14
    • Not joining and going to another state
      2


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      any other way to go if what? you have to reg nh and me both to travel it.
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