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The Crown Jeeper Event: Jeeps At The Farm

Join Us For A Day Of Crawling, Mudding, & Flexing At The Must-Attend Event Of The Season

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MALVERN, Pa. (July 19, 2017) – Join ExtremeTerrain for a day of wheeling, mudding, and flexing at Jeeps At The Farm. Taking place at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, PA on August 19th, Jeeps At The Farm is a family-friendly event that is jampacked full of activities all centered around Jeeping.

Starting off at 9 AM, Jeeps At The Farm has a wide range of events going on throughout the day, such as a Show-N-Shine for pristine and clean rigs as well as a “Jeeper’s Car Wash”, better known as a mud bath. One of the highlights of the day is a challenging obstacle course that contains a mud bog and rock garden. If you have a rig with a hefty amount of clearance and a high lift, then you’ll want to flex your Jeep in the “car crush” section.

Aside from all of the Jeep focused events, attendees will also be able to enjoy the beer and wine garden that is on-site; with opportunities to grab a bite to eat while enjoying live music throughout the day. The event will wrap up by 6 PM, finishing with an award ceremony, handing out trophies to some of the standout rigs from the show.

Preregistration is $25 and includes the Jeep and the driver, while day of registration goes up to $30. General admission for spectators and passengers is $5, while kids 10 and under get in for free.

The ExtremeTerrain team is excited to share in this festive summer outing for an unforgettable day of crawling and fun!

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About ExtremeTerrain is a leader in providing enthusiasts with aftermarket Jeep Wrangler parts. Located just outside Philadelphia, PA, ExtremeTerrain is dedicated to providing Jeep Wrangler owners with the best parts at the best prices while also ensuring the conservation and protection of off-road trails.


This page last updated: 11-Aug-2017

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