MRA Does Deal With AirMedCare Network

MRA Does Deal With AirMedCare Network

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By MRA:

The Motorcycle Roadracing Association (MRA) proudly announces a full collaboration and partnership with the AirMedCare Network. The AirMedCare Network is an emergency medical assistance provider specializing in emergency helicopter transportation. With the remote and rural locations of many of the racing venues in Colorado, the MRA has had to be creative in finding new ways of bringing value and safety to its events. A collaboration with AMCN checks the ‘safety card’ in a new way for the club and can add a layer of security for those participants that want to pursue the idea of being ‘extra’ insured against a significant potential expense. The AMCN is in turn partnered with over 35 individual emergency helicopter service agencies across the nation that help to ensure their prime mission of immediate air lift response to emergency situations. The  goal of this relationship is to help facilitate and provide group level pricing and the availability of air transport insurance for all motorcycling enthusiasts, club members, racing competitors, crews and visitors that wish to explore the option via the MRA group registration.

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