Category Archives: SJ News
Lucas Weidner was given the most recent Lifetime Membership to Southern Jeeps Club for all his hard work. He is the Membership Director, He does all the SJ Forum Updates, He does all the SJ Facebook page updates and he … Continue reading
Congrats to Chris Orr on his win in the SFWDA Trailfest pic and video submission contest! He took the win and will get free registration for next year’s event and an SFWDA T-Shirt! Heres the video! Congrats and great work … Continue reading
Southern Jeeps has been too busy wheeling lately to update our page or blogs! We’ve had a busy spring with a Polar Bear Run in February at Adventure OffRoad Park in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee. We followed that with repairs and … Continue reading
We’re finally getting with the times and migrating from our old Facebook ‘Group’ to a shiny new Facebook ‘Page’. This will let us better manage our content, make it easier for interested folks to subscribe, and is all around ‘better’. … Continue reading
Southern Jeeps hopes to see you at SFWDA’s TrailFest, May 2-4 at Adventure OffRoad Park in South Pittsburgh Tennessee! You can register here !
Hope everyone can take a moment to read this important note from the Southern Four Wheel Drive Association on Tellico. For those of you who dont know, SFWDA has lead the fight in land use and preservation of our rights … Continue reading
SJ’s March get-together will happen at Caffeine and Octane, Sunday March 4th from 8-11AM. The event takes place on Windward Parkway in Alpharetta, just west of GA 400. All of the event details are here. Hope to see you there!
The January meeting will be held at SmokeJack BBQ on Saturday, January 7th at 11:00 am. The address for SmokeJack is 29 S Main St, Alpharetta, GA 30004. Here is a link to the location on Google maps. http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&aq=t&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GGLD_en___US258&q=smoke+jack+alpharetta Please … Continue reading
We have a new website! The content is basically the same as before, but the new site will be easier to manage and maintain. This means we’ll be able to update the information more often.