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Jul 6, 2014
BUTLER COUNTY, PA (March 3, 2020) – It’s been ten years since Jeep enthusiasts starting rolling into Butler County, Pa. for a weekend of Jeep-themed activities in the birthplace of the jeep. On June 12-14, the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival will celebrate a decade of bringing together Jeep owners from across the nation with special activities to commemorate the milestone. “The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival has provided Jeep owners the opportunity to have fun with their Jeep and meet others from more than 30 states who share their passion for Jeeps,” said Todd Wagner, president of the Friends of the Bantam Jeep Association, organizers of the event. “Bantam is one-of-a-kind because it provides a wide-range of Jeep-themed activities and attractions for all types of Jeeps.”

To celebrate the 10th anniversary, Festival organizers are offering special activities for 2020. They include: ● 10th Anniversary Parade: On June 12, Butler, Pa. will be invaded by 1,500 Jeeps that will travel...
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