Matanzas Jeep 4x4 Club of Northeast Florida would like to invite you and your club to attend a Wheelers for the Wounded event near you.
If you havenít heard of Wheelers for the Wounded (WFTW), it is a non-profit organization with the goal of providing a weekend of off-roading and camping to our country's wounded military members all over the United States. This will provide them with much deserved fun and excitement as they traverse the most extreme terrain our great country has to offer in a variety of the best off-road capable vehicles ever built. Local events where wounded veterans will be the honored guests are being held all over the country in 2009.
Wheelers for the Wounded consists of all makes and models, built rigs and everything in between. We look forward to having all types of 4x4 vehicles coming together to focus on our honored guests - America's wounded veterans!
The upcoming events in the Southeast are as follows:
FLORIDA, Main Event: April 4-5 @ Hard Rock in Ocala, Hosted by Hummer X Club and Venture Jeeps
FLORIDA, Charity Event: June 13, Jeep Show-n-Shine @ Wilsonís 4x4 in Holly Hill, Hosted by Matanzas Jeep 4x4 Club, even though the Show-n-Shine is Jeeps Only, everyone is welcome to attend, all proceeds will be used to pay entrance fees for wounded service members at the Georgia Main Event
GEORGIA, Main Event: September 26-27 @ River Rock in Milledgeville, Hosted by Matanzas Jeep 4x4 Club
In order to show support and interest in for this worthwhile cause, we request that you sign up on the Wheelers for the Wounded forum and post in the section for the events near you.
More details for these events will be posted as they get closer.
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