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NOHVCC
THE NOHVCC WELCOMES HEIDI ANNAU AS ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

A longtime trail rider and active club member, Annau brings extensive OHV experience to the new home office in Montana

Heidi Annau
Heidi Annau

The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council is pleased to announce the addition of Heidi Annau of Great Falls, Montana to the staff. An experienced trail rider and longtime OHV activist, Annau will assume the duties of Administrative Coordinator at the NOHVCC Great Falls home office.

Heidi has been riding off-highway motorcycles most of her life after learning the basics while growing up riding in the mountains and on the ranches near Phillipsburg, Montana. Following her marriage to Tom, Heidi helped rekindle his enthusiasm for the sport and now their daughter, Chelsea, 20, also partakes in regular family trail rides on her CR250. Both Tom and Heidi have been active in the Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association (MTVRA) and the Great Falls Trail Bike Riders Association (GFTBRA) for many years. Tom and Heidi are regular volunteers for trail projects in Montana.

Annau’s responsibilities as NOHVCC Administrative Coordinator will include handling inquiries and requests from the 1-800 number, shipping, administrative support, and providing requested services. She can reached at hannau@nohvcc.org or by calling 1-800-348-6487.

"We’re all real happy to have Heidi join the NOHVCC team," says NOHVCC Executive Director Russ Ehnes. "She has always been an enthusiastic member of the local club and state association. Her enthusiasm and understanding of OHV recreation, as well as her customer service skills, are important elements that made her a natural fit for our organization."

On her new position, Annau says, “I’m looking forward to working in a field that I’m passionate about. Riding has been an important part of my life and I think it’s great that I can devote more time to an organization that I know is making a difference."

Heidi’s other interests include camping and the family’s two dogs Molly and Kenna. Annau’s current mount on the trails is a Honda CRF230.


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