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Aug272012

Pickens County Sheriff - Jeepfest 2012

Located in Jasper, Georgia Sept 14-16 2012.  The Sheriff's JeepFest is a three day event that takes place annually to raise money for the Georgia Sheriff's Youth Homes.  The purpose of Georgia Sheriffs' Youth Homes is to give our state's most at-risk children the love, safety, and structure needed to become mature, successful adults.

 This three day event includes a scaveger hunt on Friday, a vendor meet and greet, raffles and more.  On Saturday and Sunday there is a vendor show, Four 100 yard long obstacle courses for all levels of experience, mud pit for those wanting to get dirty, a concert, and tons of raffle prizes.  Come out and meet some great manufacturers and sponsors.  During Saturday and Sunday's event you can also sign up for a guided small group trail ride through thousands of acres of private land opened only for this event.  Trails range from novice to extreme.

There is also the once in a lifetime.....Crawl on a cop car!  Get some cool pictures of your Jeep driving over a cop car.

For more information, to donate or to register your Jeep for this spectacular 3 day event, please visit:  www.sheriffsjeepfest.com

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