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Report On Business Magazine In photos: BRP's recreational vehicles are popular with Americans

Vehicles made in Quebec are popular in southern states such as Louisiana

Spectators sit back to watch a truck race after listening to an opening prayer and a speech praising the U.S. military, and singing the Star-Spangled Banner

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Marty Johns drives his four-wheeler through the muck in the mid-sized truck race

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A Can Am 4x4 Outlander is stuck in mud on the trail after a night of severe weather

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A duck-faced Trump fan shows off a Polaris Ranger EFI 900, a model that competes against the BRP Can-Am Defender seen at left.

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Can Am Maverick side by side. Owner spraying a solution on to various parts of the side by side. The spray makes it easier to remove mud from the vehicle afterwards.

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Enthusiasts will pay more than $600 (U.S.) apiece for a weekend of mudding with fellow power-sports devotees

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A spectator wearing plastic bags on her feet for protection against the muck gingerly makes her way through the Muddy Bottoms ATV and Recreational Park in Sarepta, Louisiana

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