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Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival Reclaims World Record

Posted in News on July 28, 2015
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Photographers: Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival/Paula Slomer

The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival held in Butler, PA offers Jeep lovers a chance to show off, wheel and see a ton of Jeeps. A few years back at the first ever festival they set the Guinness World record for the largest parade of Jeeps, but the Jeep Beach Festival in Daytona Beach, Florida recently grabbed the world record with 1,846 Jeeps on parade, until now.

On June 12, 2015 with the help of Pennzoil and Jeep lovers from far and wide the 2015 Bantam Jeep Heritage festival was able to reclaim their world record. With 2,420 Jeeps that paraded down Main Street Butler, the birthplace of the legendary Jeep, Guinness was able to officially give the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival their title back.

In honor of the 75th anniversary of the original Bantam Jeep, attendees from more than 30 states and Canada were able to come out and show their support and add to the enormous parade of Jeeps. With another great and record setting event in the books we can’t wait to see what next year’s festival has in store for Jeep owners and spectators alike.

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