Last year, Norman and Jean Wnuk at All Things Jeep sent us out some neat stuff for the holidays. We've enjoyed them and we've also passed along some of that stash to fellow enthusiasts. So this year, when they sent a gift package for us, we eagerly tore into it to see what they had in store for us this holiday season.
All Things Jeep carries many different bumper stickers, including those like your everyday "it's a Jeep thing...you wouldn't understand." But they also have some more unique ones, such as the two they included in our gift box:
Continuing on with the HUMMER theme, they also sent us a 100% cotton HUMMER Recovery Vehicle T-shirt, which we'll surely get some mileage out of. They offer the T-shirt in all the usual sizes from Small all the way up to XXXLarge, too. Nice.
Here's one for the kiddos. Your little Jeepers in training will love these glow-in-the-dark Jeep Dreams pillow cases! They are standard size and are a 50/50 blend. The inks are even non-toxic. They thought of everything! Just charge it up under the lights and when it's dark your little pals can see the hidden scene glowing in their beds. Ahhhhh.......Jeep Dreams...
But our favorite thing of all this year is the new Season's Greetings cards. These were custom-designed for All Things Jeep and they come in a pack of 12. Included, of course, are 12 envelopes. Just add your signature and a stamp and you're good to go. The 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches cards are printed on nice, textured, heavy card stock, too - not cheapo paper. They also offer another set of cards that depict a Jeep writing "Merry Christmas" on a hill of snow. Cute. Yeah, we'll be using these cards up really quickly this season.
Now that's Neat Stuff.
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Mike Cohn is the Editor and founder of Rockcrawler.com. Mike already has entirely too much Jeep-related stuff on his desk but has managed to find a home for his CJ-5 silhouette. He has also been busy fighting off his dogs who have tried on several occasions to eat his Jeep cookie.
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