Total Retail Value: $39
The truck is ready :crossfingers:, the trailer isn’t ready…but will be soon…and we are off to MOAB, UT! Dated around Easter Sunday, the Moab Easter Jeep Safari has been a favorite trip of mine since I was a kid. Random fact: My Dad and I went up Lions Back and successful back down before they closed it! This year we will celebrate my Dad’s 70th birthday while we are there – the first time my parents have been back to Moab in years.
Anyways, due to reasons explained in my blue note below, you are getting the WARN Moab EJS Shirt…before the event even happens! Simple yet so cool! These shirts will not be available online, only to you and to those that attend the event! J
Hope you survived your winter and the first quarter of 2014! Thanks for sharing with all your friends! ~Charlene
Billing Note: I have changed the way we are taking new Club Members. If you are fine with using Paypal, then there is no need to adjust. If you would like to use your Credit Card instead, we have a fancy system that will give you a user area allowing you to change your size and address at any time. It is not mandatory, it is an option. Let me know if you would like to switch. Charlene@BowerMedia.com or 714-394-1716.
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The Official Story: Warn Industries is the world’s most recognized brand in off-road products. The company designs, manufactures and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive vehicles and ATVs. As well, the WARN Industrial and WARN Works (for utilitarian use) brands offer high-performance, quality products for today’s hard worker.
Did You Know: Warn Industries manufactures more than 600 products and accessories for off-road, and Industrial use. From winches to axles and hubs, and new proprietary 4WD control systems, WARN customers have chosen WARN products for their durability, reliability and dependability.
Now onto my story: One of the first media events that I went to (8 years ago!) was a WARN launch that included two days of being at WARN and a full factory tour. I can say with confidence, that when we say WARN, 90% of people instantly think about Winches. But did you know that their first product, and most important product that is still going into OEM trucks today, is the hub? Made in Oregon! The winches are made and tested there! My most recent trip was in December of last year and got a tour of a different facility that builds more of their custom branded winches…and lots of hubs. Over the years, they have extended into building hoists, winch accessories, mounting systems, bumpers, body armor, plow systems and off-road lights.
This brings us to Moab: Every year for the last few, I have had the opportunity to share two days on the trail with the whole WARN crew. I can’t express what an awesome group of people they are. Nice, core, customer oriented, fun, intelligent, interesting, hard-working. Jessi Combs joined their group as a spokesperson a couple years ago, adding more spice to the mix.
Next week we will be in Moab for Easter Jeep Safari, and like always, I will be joining them for their Sunday and Monday runs. Please join their Facebook page to see the updates, and watch our page for the release of all the pictures and more!
>> Want some action now? I just posted the links to all the past coverage on the March 4×4 Club Shipment on ShirtSwagClub.com >> http://www.shirtswagclub.com/march-2014-4×4-club Check it out!
2013 Moab EJS – Full Adventure Write up by Bower Media: http://bowermedia.com/2013/03/moab-easter-jeep-2013
2013 WARN Video 1 by Bower Media
2013 WARN Video 2 by Bower Media
2012 WARN Video 1 by Bower Media
2012 WARN Video 2 by Bower Media
2011 WARN Video 1 by Bower Media
2011 WARN Video 2 by Bower Media
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I’m Grumpy and I’m Sorry:
I know what is right and wrong, but sometimes you just want to scream at the top of your lungs and tell the world the truth. LOL! OK, I’m better now. J I have spoiled you…that is my fault. I set a bar that is awesome and want to keep the quality of the shipment there. However, over the course of the last year I have been hung out on 4 different months worth of shirts from drivers or companies that were supposed to deliver. And Didn’t.
Me being the nice guy, have covered for them and taken the heat…but those that have reached out and called or emailed…I have told you the truth…It’s not me. And just to take it off the table…I pay for these shirts, I’m not asking for anything for free.
This leads me to my contemplation of what to do next. I love the drivers and want to support them, but when even their sponsors can’t follow through on a commitment, I can’t help them. I have put some new checks into place that should help solve this issue and not push a shipment to as late as this one has become, or last month! (The same company didn’t deliver either month! Grrrr!)
My sincerest apologies and PLEASE, PLEASE remember that I am doing everything possible to keep you spoiled!! J
With that being said, I hope that the tool that wound up in your bag is useful. And the bungee cord, well everyone can use a fresh one of those. It reminds us that we have to be flexible while giving and taking. Cheers until…a couple weeks from now!
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