Alberta Club News: Follow our ambassadors

by Laurie Guenther

A woman stands on a snowmobile with a blue plume of smoke trailing behind her.
Rachelle Callan is an ASA ambassador. Photo courtesy Rachelle Callan

We are excited to announce the launching of our Alberta Snowmobile Association Ambassador program. We have a team put together of 10 social media influencers who will be partnering with us to deliver completely original photo and video content made in Alberta. We are excited to announce this project and see how it develops over the year.

Here’s a list of our current confirmed Ambassadors. You can follow them on Instagram:

We have some amazing riders and photographers on our team. They are riding at all different levels. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @AltaSnowmobile to join us in this journey.

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