Gearing up for our Capital Fundraising Campaign.

We are getting ready to launch our capital fundraising campaign and we are excited about the amount of support we have received in talking with area residents and the financial support that has already been contributed.

We are currently looking for supporters and pledges to kick off our capital campaign.  Pledges can be made for up to 5 years, and set up to make them easiest on you.

All pledges are tax deductible as DMRA, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit entity.  We look forward to having you be apart of our team!

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6 Responses to Gearing up for our Capital Fundraising Campaign.

  1. Benjamin says:

    Is there a way that we can pledge to purchase a season pass for the Detroit Mountain ski resort?

  2. Eric says:

    I live in Fargo and would love to have a place just down the road to ski and snowboard! Also, “your” needs to be spelled “you’re” in the promo banner.

    Thanks for the Proofing-FIXED (DMRA, INC.)

  3. TonyS says:

    Thanks for the Support Benjamin,
    Season Pass Sales will come later…

  4. michael Walther says:

    Looking forward to taking my grand kids out for a few hours. I think it would be good to get it open on a small scale…. anyway thanks for what you guys are doing.

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