New faces, familiar faces. We saw them all Sunday morning at our Jeeps and Java event in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Sure, there were also Jeeps in attendance like the beautiful Willys in one spot, or our new Punk'N Gladiator by the window. But the people always make this event special—just like the advice they provide to newcomers looking for help. And we did see plenty of hoods up in the air with people crowded around. For our September event, we even did something a bit different for all those in attendance. We added an area for smartphone photography tips and tricks to, hopefully, help those looking to take better shots of their Jeep. We also invited Kyle Buchter from Off-Road Consulting to come out and offer guidance on winching and recovery basics. All this in addition to the usual games, doughnuts, coffee and camaraderie that make our Jeeps and Java gatherings stand out. A special thanks to Scout Troop 229G, headed up by Scout Master Anna Iopiccolo, and Assistant Scout Masters Tim Meyer and Bobby Brown, for coming and helping us out for the morning.
Our next Jeeps & Java is Sunday, October 20 at Spruce Grove Tree Farm in Oxford, Pennsylvania—sponsored by GP Factor. Our good friends from Topless for Tatas will also be there for the day. It should be a great experience for everyone and we hope to see you there. For more info: check out our Jeeps and Java page.
- Shriners Children's Hospitals of Philadelphia
- Providence Animal Center
- The Michael Strange Foundation - Voices for Silent Heroes (Benefits families of military service men & women)
- Canned Food Drive - 93.3 WMMR's Preston & Steve's Camp Out for Hunger