Commercial Sponsors

ATAO’s commercial sponsors include: Out of a Jam Solutions, Morgana’s Magicks, and B Bella Hair Salon. Click on their logos to learn more about each company!

Become a Corporate Sponsor

Individual sponsors

Without these people, there is no way we could even consider the next step of our journey. We owe so much to the many followers, supporters, and fellow adventurers of ATAO, including:

Founding Members

Jeanne and Jerry Troshynski
Pam and Daryl Darnell
Tim and Julie Goggins
Martin Buser and Kathy Chapoton
Molly Johnson
Lisa Imbryk
Jennifer Wright
Willanne and Jessi Schoppmeyer
Tim and Lisa Traub
Jennifer Christensen
Julie Myers
Barbe Marshall Hansen
Pat Quesnel
Betty Pierce
Michael Miller
The Kostimeyers
Mary Ellen Osland
Desi Olson
Dave Wurts
Larry Troshynski
Ginny Lawton
Jed Wade
Megan Moore
Kate Arnold
Gaylynn Fassler
Jordan Woodswahl
John and Anecia Breiby
Tina Nillissen
Arthur Worley
Anicka Schanilec
Laurel Alden
Leah Adcock-Starr
The K9 Fairies
Mrs. Heinzman’s Classroom
Ms. Wright’s Classroom
Mrs. Darnell’s Classroom

Buddy Brigade

Thank you to last year’s Buddies! Join us for this coming season by clicking here.

Be a Buddy

Monster Sponsors

Heather from Texas
Jen Doherty (Ilaeria)
Hannah Rose
Erica Phillips
Jenny Cieplak
Mrs. Tro
Jenny, Lennie and Gail
Amanda and Adam and Carlo and Hilde
Lenticular Press
Connie Kephart
Ryan White
Will V.
Chris L
Corrie P
Molly & Lee
James Frye
Rebecca and Jordan
Warren S.

Sponsor a Monster

And there are a lot of other folks who have made this possible.

Mom and Dad, you have been there from day one to cheer me on and support the dream, even through all of it’s wild ups and downs: thank you.

I could never list all the mentors and guides I’ve had along the way, but in the world of mushing, I owe my start to Martin Buser. I know you keep apologizing for getting me into it, but thank you anyway. Daryl and Pam Darnell, you gave me three of my favorite years of mushing of all. Judy Currier connected me to Hooch, and so much more. Kristin Bacon let me learn along side her as she proved to be one of the toughest rookies I’ve ever met. Scott Smith taught me to rely on myself and keep going when the going gets rough.

Want to join the team another way?

Other Ways to Support