AMA announces member benefit partnership with SPOT LLC
June 20, 2014
Members of the American Motorcyclist Association now can subscribe to the leading satellite personal tracking system for less.
The SPOT family of products, which includes the SPOT Gen3™ satellite GPS messenger, SPOT Global Phone and all new theft-alert tracking device, SPOT Trace™, will provide AMA members with an unprecedented and exclusive service credit on SPOT products in addition to existing device promotions.
"SPOT satellite devices are not only a great tool for motorcyclists, who are sharing their stories and travels more and more every year across all forms of media, but they also provide an important safety net for everyone who enjoys exploring off the beaten path," said AMA Vice President of Operations Jeff Massey. "We're excited to provide this money-saving benefit to AMA members so they not only get more out of their time on the road, but are safer as they explore all corners of the globe."
SPOT uses satellite technology to work virtually everywhere on the planet. It allows users to log their travels online in near real-time. In addition, SPOT messaging devices can, at the push of a button, locate the user and send a pre-programmed text or e-mail message to friends, family or if necessary, send an SOS alert to emergency responders.
The recently launched SPOT Trace allows motorcyclists to track their bike and receive alerts when new movement is detected.
"AMA members represent all aspects of motorcyclists, from cross-country riders to adventure bikers to singletrack trail enthusiasts," said SPOT's David Soregaroli. "SPOT allows these riders to share their adventure with their friends and family, track their most prized possession and enjoy peace of mind should the unexpected occur."
The exclusive AMA-member discounts apply to the SPOT Gen3, SPOT Global Phone and SPOT Trace products. Learn more about these devices at www.FindMeSPOT.com/AMA.
For details about the exclusive AMA-member discounts, and how to take advantage of these unprecedented money-saving offers, AMA members should visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com > Membership Info > Member Discount Codes.
Non-AMA members can join the AMA, the world's largest motorcycle rights advocacy group and amateur motorsports sanctioning body, and become eligible for this and other money-saving benefits at www.amajoin.com.