RANGER COUNTRY, USA \u2013 It\u2019s down to five with the town of Pinedale, Wyoming trying to prove it is more \u201cRanger\u201d than anywhere else in the country.\r\n\r\nIn commemoration of millionth Ranger rolling off the assembly line for Polaris, the manufacturer considered one of the leaders in the powersports industry is looking to name one lucky town \u201cRANGER Country USA.\u201d And Pinedale wants it.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPinedale was nominated along with:\r\n\r\n \tSpring Creek, Nevada\r\n \tDarlington, Wisconsin\r\n \tStephenville, Texas\r\n \tCorning, Arkansas\r\n\r\nAccording to Polaris, each town exemplifies what\u00a0RANGER\u00a0is all about: tireless work, dependability, dedication to community, uncompromising love for the outdoors, and a drive to do more.\r\n\r\n\u201cThese are rural small towns made up of farmers, ranchers, hunters and all around hard-working Americans. It's now in America's hands to vote on who should earn the title "RANGER\u00a0Country USA,\u201d Polaris stated.\r\n\r\nOnline voting has begun for the national event. Each entry comes with a chance to win a new RANGER XP 1000. Entrants may vote once daily from now until December 18\u2014so get busy Pinedale!\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nBuckrail caught a little bit of the promotional video and we have to say, of the towns nominated, Pinedale is looking like the most badass. And in virtually every shot we\u2019ve seen, the seat of Sublette County has one thing the others do not: snow\u2026and plenty of it. We ride our RANGERS until they bog down in the white stuff. Then we get our sleds out.\r\n\r\nGary Neely, a third-generation resident whose family helped settle Pinedale narrates Pinedale\u2019s video submission. The two-minute short is chockful of Polaris vehicles navigating the rugged scenery surrounding the town. \u201cThis town has embraced the Ranger. It\u2019s part of our livelihood,\u201d Neely says.\r\n\r\nHere\u2019s what Polaris wrote about Pinedale:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTouted as \u201cAll the civilization you need,\u201d Pinedale has a rich \u201cmountain man\u201d heritage, celebrated every July at the Green River Rendezvous, where the history of early American fur traders, trappers, and Native Americans is relived. A gateway town to Wyoming\u2019s famed Jackson Hole area, residents and tourists alike enjoy the breathtaking scenery, hunting, skiing, and wildlife viewing that the three surrounding mountain ranges provide.\r\n\r\nHighway 191 slows traffic and serves as Main Street, where a myriad of local businesses welcome you, and moose and deer freely roam about town. Pinedale proudly sports an Aquatic Center equipped with indoor water slides, two swimming pools, a lazy river, climbing wall, gym, and much more.