For One Lucky Winner - A Dream Moab Adventure Just Came True!
Quadratec and Jeep Jamboree USA have teamed up for a blockbuster 2018 Sweepstakes!
THE ENTRY PERIOD HAS ENDED
Our lucky winner will spend two days experiencing Moab, Utah, and tackling the area's amazing trails and scenery - all in a brand new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL courtesy of the experts at Jeep Jamboree USA. Our winner and a guest are flying to Grand Junction, CO and will have ground transportation provided to Moab, where they will be greeted by the great folks from Jeep Jamboree and Quadratec. Excellent accommodations in Moab will be provided for three nights as well as most meals. This prize package has an estimated retail value of $3,500 including travel credit for two to Grand Junction, CO. The contest winner was chosen randomly from all entries dated 5/1/18 through 8/15/18. Contest entries were accumulated through orders placed with Quadratec (up to once per week) or from a manually website entry (no purchase required - up to once per week).
2018 Fly & Drive 20th Moab Winner - ED TRIPP
Ed Tripp is used to big moments. From his time on the Junior Davis Cup tennis circuit, to his high school senior year when he went 21-0 without losing a set. Or his days at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI where he never lost a singles match, to his 2003 Mid-Atlantic 'Unsung Hero' award from USTA Magazine — Tripp has played or coached in all kinds of important moments. And yet, nothing prepared him for that moment when Quadratec showed up and let him know he had just won the 2018 Fly and Drive Jeep Jamboree Giveaway.
Check out past Jamboree USA Sweepstakes Winners
2016 Fly & Drive Rubicon Trail Winner - Kylen Hill
Kylen Hill grew up in Leo-Cedarville, Indiana with a passion for cars, dirt bikes and, really, anything off-road. It is definitely a passion that, at one time or another, most kids catch, whether from streaking through the woods on a BMX bike – imagining themselves as the next great racer – or by gliding over dirt mounds with red, sweaty, smiling faces as ATVs roar in approval.