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Unread 04-16-2005, 03:08 PM   #1
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A New Jeep website...With Sound!




For Immediate Release:

The new jeeptales.com website launch offers a unique blend of entertainment for off-roading enthusiast and a creative outlet for Jeep® forum members & progressive advertisers.

San Antonio, TX (March 31st 2005) BeerCasting.com™, gMACgroup.com and Midland Web Design have joined forces to launch a new web site dedicated to off-road enthusiasts. This dynamic new site serves as an online epicenter for off-roading events happening all around the country.

Unlike other enthusiast sites, jeeptales.com publishes candid, honest conversations recorded on location during off-roading events. Served to the Internet community and world at large using the increasingly popular Podcasting, JeepTales.com will be the first site to bring the trail to the world using this innovative format. JeepTales.com will have agents participating and archiving off-roading events as they occur In addition to this keen new addition, JeepTales.com will also feature the traditional staples such as event photos, live video and an open blogging system that allows people to contribute their memories.

The goal of JeepTales.com is provide a new, interactive meeting place for Jeep® enthusiasts worldwide. For example, listeners to the Jeep® Tales Podcasts will be able to eavesdrop on conversations recorded by their fellow enthusiasts, share the camaraderie of the moment and spread their enthusiasm to others – even if they’re thousands of miles away. The blog format for JeepTales.com keeps everyone current on what’s going on at the moment as well as enables people to build relationships and communicate quickly and easily.

Podcasting will be recorded and produced by Gregory Narain, pioneer of the BeerCasting.com™, the only group-oriented Podcast system. As Greg notes, “Going out into the field and talking and interacting with people truly delivers the best kind of conversation. Everyone secretly wants to be on the radio and now they have the opportunity to do so without having to be famous.”

Greg Machado, the co-founder of Jeep® Tales is a diehard Jeep® enthusiast as well as a highly successful Jeep® salesman. Greg brings his many years off-roading and participating in Jeep® Jamboree events to keep the site both interesting and focused. Says Machado; “I’ve been introducing new and used Jeep® owners to Jeep® Jamborees for years and can’t think of anyone who was not absolutely blown away after attending their first event.” Jeep® Tales will offer the opportunity for attendees to relive and share stories with friends and strangers on an ongoing basis, long after the dust is washed off their vehicle.

Given the live 24/7 nature of this platform, there is a compelling opportunity to deliver a custom crafted paid message to a select and highly targeted demographic. The first event took place at the 2005 Texas Spur Jeep® Jamboree in Llano, TX March 18 -20. The staffs at Jeep® Jamboree, Jeep® Tales, and other sponsors are really excited to see how well this technology will be revived.

Our next show will be from the 2005 Palo Duro Jeep Jamboree let me know if you plan to attend.

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Greg


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www.JeepTales.com
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Unread 04-21-2005, 03:26 PM   #2
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cool man.

i think i've seen you on ls2 aswell
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