RIDE DAY SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2023 | REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 18, 2023
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PRESENTING AND ORGANIZING SPONSOR
The CHAFE 150 is presented and organized by the Rotary Club of Sandpoint. The club is dedicated to making a difference with important community and international projects. The Rotary Club of Sandpoint is a member of Rotary International, a group of 1.2 million people around the world bound together by a common theme of “Service Above Self.”
Like Media’s mission is to impact communities in a positive way. They do this by creating content that will connect businesses with the local community. Their goal is to always be innovating and improving in every phase of life including their business. They are a product driven company that believes in providing a platform, which will allow the consumer and local business owners to more positively communicate with one another.
Litehouse, Inc. started in the Hope, Idaho restaurant of the Hawkins family over 50 years ago. Since that time, it has become a leader in refrigerated salad dressings, dips, sauces, cheese and other innovative consumer packaged goods, manufacturing these delicious products at its five U.S. facilities based in Idaho, Michigan, Utah and Virginia. The diverse portfolio of Litehouse, Inc. brands includes Litehouse, Green Garden, Organicville, Sky Valley, Veggiecraft Farms and Brite Harbor. Litehouse, Inc. is proud to be 100% employee-owned and each one of the employee owners delivers on high standards of quality and innovation. For more information, visit www.litehousefoods.com, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.
RE/MAX In Action is a team of experienced real estate professionals serving Sandpoint & North Idaho that are locally known for high integrity and exceptional care for their clients. They specialize in all types of real estate, and love helping you with your real estate dreams!
Kochava is the industry standard for secure, real-time data solutions. They help people-based marketers establish identity, define and activate audiences, and measure and optimize their marketing across connected devices.
Crazy fast Internet, no matter how many other people are online. This is gigabit fiber Internet with up to 1000 Mbps speeds. Fiber Internet can actually up your property value a few points. More than that, it ensures you and your property are on the right side of history.
Since 1980, KPND has been the original Triple A (Adult Album Alternative) station for the Inland Northwest, with a mix of classic rock songs from the 60s, 70s & 80s, modern rock from the 90s and 00s and the best of today’s new music from up & coming and heritage artists, emerging singer/songwriters, plus a sprinkling of reggae, blues, folk and jam bands. With a recent increase in signal power to 100,000 watts, KPND is a station that reaches a wide audience and appeals to nearly all musical preferences.
In print since 1965, the Bonner County Daily Bee serves the communities in Bonner and Boundary counties. The paper was founded as a four-page newspaper by Ernest Gale "Pete" and Adell "Dellie" Thompson and is currently owned by the Hagadone Media Group. The Bonner County Daily Bee maintains a website, app and social media presence that are updated several times a day with breaking news stories and articles on current events, community news and local sports. The paper has won multiple journalism awards, including several general excellence awards from the Idaho Newspaper Association, and the Utah-Idaho-Spokane Associated Press Association as well as many writing and photography awards. Its main office is in Sandpoint.
Dedicated to the important role of education in breaking cycles of poverty and social injustice the Quill Family created the Village Green Project in 20214 to create educational and awareness programs that address human rights issues and social inequalities in the state of Idaho specifically and the United States in general. The Village Green Project has partnered with Book Trust to bring their literacy program to the Lake Pend Oreille School District to increase literacy and a love of learning through the power of CHOICE and the pride of OWNERSHIP of Scholastic books. Each month every student in kindergarten through third grade gets to choose, purchase, and own $7 of books of their choosing from the Scholastic Reading Club.