Your dream of winning a Moab Utah wheeling adventure could come true!

Quadratec & Jeep Jamboree USA have again teamed up for a blockbuster 2019 Sweepstakes!

Our winner and a guest will fly to beautiful Grand Junction, Colorado where they will have ground transportation waiting for an amazing and scenic drive into Moab, Utah. A camera will certainly come in handy as this ride truly has some once-in-a-lifetime views. In Moab, our winner and guest will be greeted by the great folks from Jeep Jamboree and Quadratec, who will help set up every bit of this two-day Moab Jeep Jamboree USA adventure. The Quadratec Ultimate Fly & Drive Jeep Jamboree Giveaway winner will receive excellent accommodations in Moab for three nights as well as most meals. This awesome prize package has an estimated retail value of $3,500 including travel credit for two to Grand Junction, CO.

The 2019 Entry Period has Closed. Check back soon for the 2019 Winner!

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2018 Fly & Drive Winner's Epic "Tripp of a Lifetime" at Jeep Jamboree's 20th Moab Event

The dream, Ed Tripp says, is all he thinks about sometimes. He is looking out with faraway eyes and all of a sudden his voice grows soft. And at that moment, Tripp wasn’t on some dusty trail in the middle of nowhere. He wasn’t sitting inside a Jeep JL Wrangler Rubicon colored as white as the nearby La Sal Mountains. Tripp, 52, was randomly picked from sweepstakes entrants. The prize involved an all-inclusive trip to Moab, admission to Jeep Jamboree USA’s 20th Moab Jamboree, as well as the ability to drive the JJUSA JL Unlimited Wrangler during the event. The trip dates were October 25-28.

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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.

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