Saving our Trails! Jp magazine donates $5000 to Moab MUD Fund at the end of Jp Dirt 'N DrivePosted in Jp Dirt N Drive: 2016 on March 28, 2016
The only way to save our 4x4 Jeep trails is to be proactive- and that’s what Jp Magazine has done for the Red Rock 4-Wheelers in Moab, Utah. The inaugural Jp Dirt ‘N Drive event concluded in Moab in time for the 50th Annual Easter Jeep Safari, and a portion of the participants entry fee was donated to the MUD (Multiple Use Defense) fund. The MUD fund helps pay for the defense of our trails and access rights, which helps to keep the trails open around Moab. During the conclusion of the vendor expo, Jp Magazine Editor Rick Pewe presented a $5000 check to RR4W President Bob Humphries on the raffle stage. With this donation it’s hoped that a precedent has been set for other companies to do the same in an effort to save our trails.
Jp Magazine Editor Rick Pewe presents a check for $5000 to Red Rock 4-Wheelers President Bob Humphries for the M.U.D fun. The MUD fund helps keep trails open around Moab, where the Easter Jeep Safari has been held for the past 50 years.