By Extreme Terrain
The ExtremeTerrain Team was right at the heart of the action at the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival, located in Butler, PA. ExtremeTerrain kicked off the festival by unveiling Project Trail Force, which led the Guiness Book of World Records Longest Jeep Parade. The front of the parade featured one Jeep from every year of the 75 years of Jeep production, with Project Trail Force representing the 2015 production year. In total, over 2,400 Jeeps participated in the parade, helping to land the world record for longest Jeep Parade. After the parade, the event moved to the streets of Butler, PA for the Jeep Invasion of Butler. Jeeps were lined up and down Main St. of Butler and even funneling into the adjoining side streets. Jeep Enthusiasts from all over enjoyed live music, food, and fun throughout the night. The weekend continued with even more incredible activities with events like the "Show 'n Shine" and "Ruff" n Tuff" Jeep shows that highlighted everything from the washed and polished, to the muddy and messy of Jeeps. Project Trail Force was on display the whole weekend in the ExtremeTerrain booth and had many
Jeep enthusiasts coming over to get an up-close look at all of the parts and modifications. On the festival grounds was a Jeep Playground as well as some on site trails that attendees could enjoy. The playground featured steep and varying hill grades along with a log bridge, two rock gardens, and a mud pit. ExtremeTerrain had Project Trail Force out on the trails and going through the playground, which it did with ease. Also making an appearance at the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival was ExtremeTerrain's video host Kevin Tetz. Kevin was hanging out at the ExtremeTerrain booth with Project Trail Force talking to fans and signing autographs. With this year's Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival marking the 75th anniversary of the Jeep, it was truly a memorable event that ExtremeTerrain was absolutely thrilled to be a part of.

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