Jeep Rocks the Road to Minneapolis

The Jeep brand is going to bring the “Jeep Rocks & Road Tour” on-road and off-road driving experience to the 2010 "Minnesota Ski & Snowboard Expo presented by Jeep".
The program is free, but guests are encouraged to pre-register in order to ensure a quick and seamless entry. This show has been offering driving courses for attendees at air shows, auto shows, fairs and festivals all over the country and has just one more stop (Virginia) before it ends for this year.

The entire Jeep Lineup, including the all-new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, will be available on site for test-driving. Jeep owners are also encouraged to drive their own cars on the “Jeep Owner’s Playground”, as the tour is meant to give off road fans the experience of owning a Jeep. Meant to demonstrate the rigorous testing that Jeep vehicles endure before clients ever get to sit behind the wheel, courses include elements that challenge ground clearance, maneuverability and traction. Kids present at the show can drive the Jeep “power wheel” electric mini vehicle, climb rock walls and more.

"We are partnering with various venues across the country to reach out to our loyal Jeep consumers, while branching out to those with new interest in the one-of-a-kind Jeep brand. This tour provides an ideal venue to experience the countless features and legendary capability offered in the all-new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, as well as the other vehicles in the Jeep brand family," said Mike Manley, President and CEO Chrysler Group’s Jeep Brand.

The Jeep Brand has 70 years of legendary heritage, starting with the famous army versions used in WW II with a reputation of craftsmanship and high versatility.
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