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Please Support Our Generous Sponsors

Our Presenting (Title) Sponsor

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Our Gold Level Sponsors

 

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All Transmissions

Pull Tab City

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City of Fairbanks Bed Tax Grant

bluelogo

Midnight Sun Council BSA

Doyon

 

Northern Power Sports

Northern Power Sports is proud to participate in the 2014 Fairbanks Tired Iron as a Gold Level sponsor partner.  Once again, we are providing a new Arctic Cat ZR120 Snowmachine as the Grand Prize for the Kid’s Favorite “Spring Ping Fling” ping pong ball drop.  As enthusiasts and repeat racers in the event, we are excited to be a part of the Tired Iron.  We have been helping racers in the community get their machines ready for this event every year since it started in 2006.

As a family owned business Est.1981, we ride and race what we sell.  We hope to see everyone at the races!!! Stop by and say Hi!! Or come by Northern Power Sports on Van Horn Road, if you need assistance on getting your sled prepped for the race.

www.northernpowersports.com

907-452-2762

Fairbanks Daily News Miner 

wild 943 sponsor fti

Wild 94.3

XRock 95.9 

Airport Equipment Rentals (AER)

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Arctic Bowl


Vertex

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Compeau's


Everts Air Cargo

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Frontier Outfitters / Whooly Rhino


Alaska Petroleum


Our Silver Level Sponsors 

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Sunrise Bagel & Expresso



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Riverboat Discovery

 

Helmbrecht Dental




Alaska Dreams




Our Bronze Level Sponsors

Clear Channel Radio

Sourdough Fuel

Organizational Info

  • First race was held March 11, 2006
  • Incorporated as a nonprofit in Alaska on 2/4/2010
  • Fairbanks Tired Iron Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity. EIN: 46-3195262
  • Exempt purpose is to educate the public, document and preserve the history of snowmachining and snowmachine racing