PEDAL CAR — Clarke Schiller with Two Guys Trail Gear out of San Jose shows an LED lighting system for Jeeps. Schiller was part of a Jeep Expo July 23 that saw 70 vendors on Main Street in Georgetown. The vendor show usually is done at Rubicon Springs, but this year was on Main Street to kick off the three-day and four-day Jeep Jamboree. Democrat photos by Krysten Kellkum


Jeepers Expo highlights Jeepers Jamboree

By August 05, 2014

After a 15-year absence, the Jeepers Expo returned to Main Street, Georgetown last week for a full day of fun and a great send-off for four-day Jamboree participants.

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