Moab, Utah, in the shadow of Arches National Park, one of our nation’s most stunning landscapes, will be the setting during Moab Jeep Week for the introduction of the XPLORE Adventure Series Jeep Program from Venchurs.
The first XPLORE Wrangler will be auctioned this fall with the profits donated to the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks. “We are thrilled to support the National Park Foundation’s work in the national parks with our special edition Jeep Wranglers,” states Jeff Wyatt, CEO of Venchurs. “Moab is definitely the right place to give Jeep enthusiasts the first look at the Xplore Jeep to be auctioned to benefit such an important cause.”
XPLORE Adventure Series Jeeps are available through select Jeep dealerships nationwide. Each XPLORE Jeep owner receives a free, one-year Annual Pass to all National Parks and other Federal lands, a one-year membership in XPLORE CLUB and a subscription to XPLORE Lifestyle Journal; a high quality quarterly featuring amazing places to go, fun things to do and interesting people. For every XPLORE Jeep sold, a donation is made to the National Park Foundation.
XPLORE Adventure Series Jeep Wranglers are available in four packages featuring increasing levels of equipment and capability. XPLORE Stage 1 Vehicle Packages feature Katzkin leather interiors as a builder level for a wide variety of options including dealer installed genuine Mopar Performance Parts and Accessories.
XPLORE Stage 2 Vehicle Packages feature Xplore/Method Racing aluminum wheels in black or machined-finish, Bilstein 5100 Series shocks, Mopar cat-back exhaust, Xplore aluminum badges and floormats. XPLORE Stage 3 gets serious with BF Goodrich off-road tires, expedition quality ARB roof racks, rock-rails, roof-top tents, bumpers, tire carriers, Warn winches and IPF lighting; all available as mix-and-match accessories.
“Xplore Jeeps are designed to get you out there into the Great Outdoors and help create memorable adventures for you and your family,” quotes Ron Flint, XPLORE Program Director. To learn more about the wide variety of activities available to National Park visitors go to the National Park website.