Greetings!   I was admiring your Jeep and wanted to tell you about a club focused on Jeeps.  The club is called the Erie Jeep People Off-Road Club and can be found on-line at http://www.eriejeeppeople.com/.

 

The Erie Jeep People off-road club is a growing group of Jeep enthusiasts who actually use their Jeeps for it's intended purpose... off-roading.

The name might imply that all of the members are from the Erie area, but the club's membership base has quickly spread as far west as Cleveland, east to Buffalo and even south towards Pittsburgh.

The club promotes the sport of off-roading by teaching new members how to legally and safely take their Jeep vehicle 'off the beaten path'.  Proper wheeling techniques, safe vehicle extraction, and respect for the land are upheld on all of their adventures.

There are no lift or tire requirements to join the club on our trail rides.  We pride ourselves on being able to take out new Jeep owners and show them what their vehicles can do.

Experienced wheelers won't be disappointed either as there is a growing group of members in the club that aren't afraid to push the limits of their vehicle.

If you just bought your Jeep and itís just too pretty to take off-roading (YET), we have plenty for you as well. Thereís always a Show and Shine, Parade or Meet-n-Greet where you can meet other jeep lovers and gain valuable insight into the jeeping world.

 

If you would like to find out more about the club, you can check out our website at www.ErieJeepPeople.com or by mail at:

 

Erie Jeep People

P.O. Box 8752

Erie, PA 16505

Thanks for your time

 

    

 

Greetings!   I was admiring your Jeep and wanted to tell you about a club focused on Jeeps.  The club is called the Erie Jeep People Off-Road Club and can be found on-line at http://www.eriejeeppeople.com/.

 

The Erie Jeep People off-road club is a growing group of Jeep enthusiasts who actually use their Jeeps for it's intended purpose... off-roading.

The name might imply that all of the members are from the Erie area, but the club's membership base has quickly spread as far west as Cleveland, east to Buffalo and even south towards Pittsburgh.

The club promotes the sport of off-roading by teaching new members how to legally and safely take their Jeep vehicle 'off the beaten path'.  Proper wheeling techniques, safe vehicle extraction, and respect for the land are upheld on all of their adventures.

There are no lift or tire requirements to join the club on our trail rides.  We pride ourselves on being able to take out new Jeep owners and show them what their vehicles can do.

Experienced wheelers won't be disappointed either as there is a growing group of members in the club that aren't afraid to push the limits of their vehicle.

If you just bought your Jeep and itís just too pretty to take off-roading (YET), we have plenty for you as well. Thereís always a Show and Shine, Parade or Meet-n-Greet where you can meet other jeep lovers and gain valuable insight into the jeeping world.

 

If you would like to find out more about the club, you can check out our website at www.ErieJeepPeople.com or by mail at:

 

Erie Jeep People

P.O. Box 8752

Erie, PA 16505

Thanks for your time