The Off-Road Business Association and ONE VOICE are pleased to announce the addition of Mike Ingalsbee to the ORBA team as the National Advocate Magazine Editor. Ingalsbee is known by many in the off-road community for his automotive journalism over many years.
Mike Ingalsbee, “I am excited to join the ORBA team, and to work towards their goals of keeping access open to motorized recreation. It’s important to create a strong voice as there are so many demands on the public’s attention today. I have been involved in motorized recreation my entire life, and have built every kind of vehicle you can think of. Whether I was snowmobiling in Michigan, riding my quad in the dunes at Glamis, or 4 wheeling my CJ7 in the Santa Cruz Mountains, I have always loved the outdoors and nature. I will be bringing my passion for off road recreation, my writing abilities, and my photography skills to the National Advocate. My goal is to create a magazine that is as entertaining as it is informative.”
Fred Wiley, President/CEO of ORBA, “After getting know Mike, and working with him over the past few months it’s clear that he will take the National Advocate to the next level.” The NA was originally created by Jeff Knoll and has seen tremendous growth over the past five years. It is positioned to be one of the best communication tools for Off-Road “Business to Grass Roots” communications.
About ORBA: The Off-Road Business Association (ORBA) is a professional trade association composed of off-road related businesses untied to promote common goals that support the prosperity and growth of the off-road industry. ORBA works closely with its partner organizations on local, state and federal issues that have potential impacts to off-road access. ORBA provides professional trail advocacy for motorized access, and advances policies that conserve the environment while at the same time allowing off- road recreation opportunities.