Hundreds of Jeep enthusiasts turned out to support domestic and sexual violence victims
(CRESTVIEW, Fla.) November 18, 2015 – More than 500 Jeep enthusiasts turned out recently to the 2nd Annual All American Jeep Show at Old Spanish Trail Park in Crestview to show off their vehicles and raise money for Shelter House. The weekend-long event brought in $12,514 to support domestic and sexual violence victims in Okaloosa and Walton counties.
“I’m overwhelmed by all of the support from the Jeep community and the generosity of our local and national sponsors,” said event organizer Jeff Bullard, President of the All American Jeep Club.
“The funds they raised at this event will allow Shelter House to serve more women, children and men right here in our local community who are recovering from domestic and sexual violence,” said Shelter House Executive Director Rosalyn Iovieno.
Jeep show attendees were treated to a broad range of Jeeps on display, awards, a silent auction, Jeep poker run, bounce houses and a demonstration by the Crestview Fire Department.
Thank you to the presenting sponsors of the 2nd Annual All American Jeep Show: All American Jeep Club, Tattoos Forever, Lee Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Summerlin Truck Outfitter and Elite Jeeps, Inc.