MONROE, Mich. (Feb. 26, 2014) — Tenneco Inc.'s Rancho performance products brand has signed on as a sponsor of the Off-Road Business Association Inc. (ORBA), a national non-profit trade association of motorized off-road related businesses.
ORBA, which was formed to promote and preserve off-road recreation. works to protect recreation area access and provide leadership in addressing land use issues through the advancement of policies that "conserve the environment and provide off-road recreation opportunities," Tenneco said.
"ORBA's efforts are unparalleled within our industry, and the organization directly impacts off-road enthusiast rights and access to recreation areas," said Chris Gauss, sales and marketing manager, performance brands for Tenneco. "Ultimately, we're committed to supporting the sport of off-road recreation in an environmentally responsible manner."
More information about ORBA can be found on the association's website.
Rancho specializes in performance suspension and shock technologies and has been delivering innovations to the off-road market for nearly 60 years, the company said.
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