Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder™ Mobile App Supports National Wildlife Federation

Download Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder™ and vote for National Wildlife Federation—Ford will donate $1 per vote to support work to protect wildlife and connect kids to nature.

07-11-2012 // Mary Burnette
Oh Ranger Phone ParkFinder App

American Park Network, creator of Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder™, a mobile app that helps users find nearby parks based on location and activities, announced today that Ford Explorer will donate $1-per-download to National Wildlife Federation and three other non-profit organizations. The non-profit partners, which each have integral ties to public lands and the great outdoors, will receive a total of $150,000. The money will be distributed in proportion to the votes. The app is FREE and you can influence how much money NWF receives by downloading today (or updating if you already use the app) and voting for NWF. The campaign just launched and will continue through September.

“Not only is this an incredible tool for both Apple and Android smartphone users, but by downloading the app, people are able to support the mission of National Wildlife Federation,” said Larry Schweiger, President and CEO of National Wildlife Federation. “This generous donation will help NWF expand our work to safeguard our nation’s natural heritage and expose more children to the wonders of nature."

Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder allows users to search the most comprehensive database ever assembled of public lands all over America. You simply choose a location, select your favorite activities and, in an instant, you’re presented with a host of options from near to far. A host of additional features will make this an indispensable tool for anyone interested in exploring the outdoors. To download Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder™, visit the iTunes App Store or Google Play, or go to OhRanger.com/app/parkfinder

American Park Network has been a leading provider of information about parks and public lands for more than 25 years. A team of dedicated outdoor enthusiasts has spent years compiling a comprehensive and unique database of virtually every federal, state and local park in America.

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