Jeep Beach 2021, A Maginificent Return
Jeep Beach 2021 returned to pre-pandemic glory, raising more money than any previous Jeep Beach.
Daytona Beach, Florida— more specifically the Daytona Beach International Speedway became the epicenter of the Jeep Wrangler culture last week.
That’s when Jeep Beach made its triumphant return after being cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns in 2020. And what a return it was!
Organizers estimate that over 20,000 Jeeps descended upon the beach city, with over 200,000 people total participating in the event. The Friday and Saturday Main Event drew 50,000 people to the Daytona International Speedway infield.
If you’ve never been, Jeep Beach gives Wrangler fanatics an opportunity to geek out about the latest Jeep Wrangler accessories and technology. This event lasts an entire week, and provides numerous activities from trail rides to obstacle courses to miles long Jeep Parade down Daytona’s famous beaches.
It includes people from every walk of life. The Jeep lifestyle brings everyone together.
All practical features for a consumer base that has sought more remote secluded outdoor-type activities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Certain elements provide key signals that are similar to the 2021 Ford F-150 design. The way people use their vehicles determined how the vehicle should be designed.
If you’re a Jeep Beach vet, be sure to tell a friend about next year’s show. If you’ve never been, plan for a fun Jeep lifestyle vacation everyone in the family will enjoy.
We at Infotainment.com and OBDGenie want to give a big shout out to the Jeep Beach organizers for sponsoring a fantastic event, and being such genuinely great people.