Midwest Jeep Jamboree 2014 (Car Show & Trail Ride) American Cancer Society Benefit
Car Show & Off-Road Trail Ride, American Cancer Society Benefit
The Midwest Jeep Jamboree was created by Jasen and Delana Ulmer, owners of Legacy Drivers Services, Inc., to honor the memory of their mothers and raise awareness for the charities listed below.
The American Cancer Society
The American Diabetes Association
The Wounded Warrior Project
The event is held during Labor Day weekend annually, beneficiary charities are rotated yearly.
The event consists of two parts:
Shine & Show (Morrow’s Meadow Park, Yorktown, IN)
The Shine & Show portion is the “car show” portion of the event, a time for participants to show off their rigs, meet other Jeepers, eat some good food and just kick back and have a good time.
Off-Road Trail Ride (Haspin Acres Off Road Park, Laurel, IN)
This portion of the event is self explanatory. Haspin Acres has hundreds of miles of trails winding through trees and over hills, any skill level can successfully find a challenge.
Participants will be charged an entrance fee upon arrival at Haspin Acres Park. A portion of the fee will be donated to the beneficiary charity.