Jake Warn is representing the Penobscot Snowmobile Club for the 36th Q106.5 Egg Ride. Jake is the founder of SledTRX, which is an online Maine snowmobile trail map. It lists the trails, and the clubs, and the restaurants, etc.

The brand new SledTRX app will launch soon.

Jake attends Thomas College where he studies Business and Entrepreneurship

Jake Warn
Jake Warn

A long-time snowmobile rider, he started as a youngster “putt-putting around the yard” But a first-time Egg rider.  And my guess is he is the youngest celebrity rider too at 22 years old. I know we’ve got Egg Ride shirts older than that.

Jake Warn is joining us for the Q106.5 Egg Ride as a celebrity Riders and is fundraising here.

Every dollar raised goes to Pine Tree Camp. They have an open-door policy for campers with disabilities that get to attend camp whether their families have the financial resources to pay the tuition or not.

That’s why we put eggs in our suits and do the ride. To raise money for camp.

The ride is Saturday, February 5th, leaving Dysart’s Truck Stop and Restaurant in Hermon at 10:30 a.m. You are more than welcome to come to Dysart’s before we all leave and meet Jake and all the riders. Before or after the ride. We will be back to Dysart’s by about noon.  Come over and say hello.

Penobscot Snowmobile Club
Penobscot Snowmobile Club

Here are all the details about the ride

ICYMI Jake was on the Q106.5 Morning Show for a segment this morning.  Here is the conversation.

See you at the Q106.5 Egg Ride.

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