Brush Hero Rejects Shark Tank Deal, Spins Into SEMA

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The inventors of Brush Hero announced the water-powered cleaning tool is now available in Walmart, Costco, and Canadian Tire and will make its SEMA debut in Las Vegas in November. The tool is designed to connect with an ordinary garden hose to scrub mud and grime from tires, rims, engine bays, and more — all without scratching chrome and other sensitive surfaces.

The company’s founders, Jeep owner and extreme athlete Kevin Williams and former F-16 pilot and Ironman enthusiast Glenn Archer, appeared on NBC’s “Shark Tank” and have been featured in Business Insider, BuzzFeed, Cyclocross Magazine, Washington Business Journal and Popular Mechanics.

“Brush Hero is a perfect tool for off-roaders, because it’s lightweight, it’s durable, and it blasts away mud and grime without displacing grease or scratching chrome,” Williams said. “We want every Jeeper to have one.”

Light Up the LightHouse Fundraiser Benefiting Shepherd’s LightHouse, Inc.

BELLEVIEW, Fla. –   ATTENTION JEEPERS! Off Road Jeep Event Saturday April 21, 2018 with registration from 9:00 am until 11:00 am at Sandy Oaks RV Resort, located at 6760 N. Lecanto Highway, Beverly Hills, Florida 34465. The run will take place at Citrus Wildlife Management, with the last jeep finishing at 3:00 pm. Off-roading fun will be followed by trophies, prizes and 50/50 drawing, at Shady Oaks RV Resort.

Registration is $ 20.00 per Jeep (additional rider is free). Pre-Registration is $ 15.00

Hope to see you there.

If you have any questions please call us at 352-347-6575 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required

Jeepin’ Central Florida and Ferman NPR Team Up to Support TJK

Jeepin’ Central Florida and Ferman Jeep NPR are proud to support the Tampa Jeep Krewe!

JCF and Ferman will be donating 5 – 35″ Toyo Open Country M/T Tires, including mounting and balancing to be raffled off at the Tampa Jeep Krewe’s March Social!

The winning ticket will be announced on Saturday, March 24th at the Tampa Bay Brewing Company located at 13937 Monroes Business Park, Tampa. You do not need to be present to win.

You can purchase your tickets at the event, or get yours early at the TJK February Social on February 17th at CQ Tactical! Proceeds will go to The Mary & Martha House and Southeastern Guide Dogs!

Good luck and we’ll see you there!

JCF Donates Fat Boy to Support C.O.P.S.

We purchased a 2003 Harley Davidson Fat Boy today with less than 15,000 miles. I would like to thank Mike Rendine from Harley Davidson of New Port Richey for making this possible.

Jeepin’ Central Florida is donating the bike to be raffled off at Jeep vs. Harley – Rematch 2018.

100% of the proceeds from the raffle will go to the West Central FL Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.).

Please join the JCF team in supporting C.O.P.S. and the families of these fallen heroes.

See you at Jeep vs. Harley – Rematch 2018!

JCF Jeep Build to Include $25K in Parts

The ‘dream Jeep’ that will be given away at this year’s Jeep vs. Harley charity convoy event is beginning to take shape, thanks to a list of modifications that will require more than $25,000 worth of parts.

TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. — The publishers of Jeepin’ Central Florida announced the formation and first meeting of a build team that will transform a stock 2005 Wrangler Rubicon TJ into an off-road-ready trail machine that will be given away to a lucky attendee of October’s second annual Jeep vs. Harley charity convoy event. Proceeds of the raffle will benefit local charities selected by the Jeep clubs sponsoring the event.

Members of the build team pose with a 2005 Jeep Wrangler that will undergo $25,000 worth of modifications before being raffled off in October at the second annual Jeep vs. Harley convoy charity event.

“Our dream Jeep is in the works, and we couldn’t be happier,” said David Gesualdo, publisher of Jeepin’ Central Florida, which purchased the Wrangler. “It’s a true team effort, and it’s progressing quickly.”

The team includes members of Bear Off Road Alliance, Blackwater Jeepers, Trail Monkeys 4×4 and Tri-County Jeepers. Ferman Chrysler Jeep Dodge in New Port Richey, Fla., is co-sponsoring the build and helping the team acquire parts. Each group will hold wrenching parties as the work progresses, and the build will be documented in a six-part series of articles in JCF. The first customization is a completely new suspension to be performed in early February by a team led by Tri-County Jeepers’ Andre Ferronyalka.

Meanwhile, the stock Jeep will be on display at this Saturday, Jan. 27, at Kickin Wingz Restaurant & Bar on SR 52 in Hudson, Fla., as part of the monthly, Blackwater Jeepers-sponsored Pasco Jeep Night.

“Come take a look, because she won’t be stock for long,” Gesualdo said. “I thank our supporters for making the Jeep build possible, and I encourage everyone who wants a good shot at a dream Jeep to put Jeep vs. Harley on your calendar.”

JCF Donates Harley to Support C.O.P.S.

Jeepin’ Central Florida is pleased to announce that we will be donating a Harley Davidson Motorcycle to be raffled off at Jeep vs. Harley – Rematch 2018.

100% of the proceeds from the raffle will go to the West Central FL Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.).

We will post additional information shortly on the bike and how to get your raffle tickets.

Please join the JCF team in supporting C.O.P.S. and the families of these fallen heroes.

Thank You Mike Hughes and Ferman CJD NPR

We would like to thank Mike Hughes and Ferman CJD New Port Richey for helping us get the Jeep Build started.

Ferman just completed the following items:

  • Installed 4.88 G2 Gears
  • Poison Spyder Front and Rear Differential Covers
  • Complete Brake Job including Pads, Rotors, and Calipers
  • Oil Change
  • Transmission Service
  • Plus Spark Plugs, Wipers, Radiator Hoses, and Drive Belt.

And this is just the beginning. On Sunday, the team is meeting to finalize the remaining list of parts that will be used to build this Off-Road Beast.

Thank you Mike and Ferman CJD New Port Richey!

The JCF Team

Blinker Empowers Jeepers to Buy, Sell, Finance and Refinance with the Snap of a Photo

DENVER — Blinker, a new, free mobile app designed to help anyone buy, sell, finance and refinance vehicles themselves, has recently launched in Florida. The founder of the company is reaching out to Central Florida Jeep owners to let them know the app is a perfect fit for off-road enthusiasts.

“Whether you’re in the market for the perfect off-road Wrangler, thinking of selling your everyday ride, or want to lower your current monthly car payment, Blinker is a Jeeper’s dream,” said Rod Buscher, the company’s founder and CEO.

Available for iOS and Android smartphones across Florida, Texas and Colorado, Blinker uses patented image-recognition technology to make every step of the process — from listing a car for sale to getting a loan — as simple as snapping a photo.

Since Blinker is a technology company, there are no middlemen taking a cut of vehicle sales, Buscher explained, which helps customers save thousands of dollars with every transaction. In fact, Blinker sellers are earning an average of $2,800 more than trading in at the dealership, and Blinker buyers are saving an average of $2,600 more than purchasing at the dealership, according to the company.

Buyers can prequalify for financing instantly without affecting their credit score by visiting or snapping a photo of their driver’s license with the app. Once prequalified, buyers are invited to browse the Blinker Marketplace and see what their monthly payment would be on vehicles listed by other people. Buyers can also invite a seller from another marketplace to list their vehicle for sale and finance it through the app.

Additionally, Blinker makes it safer to buy a car from another person, verifying the identity of every seller, providing a free Carfax history report on every vehicle and offering an optional 2-year/30,000-mile service contract on qualifying cars that covers mechanical, electrical and digital components, according to Buscher.

“We founded Blinker to create an entirely new approach to car ownership, using technology to put people in control of the entire process, right from their mobile devices,” Buscher said. “By helping Jeep owners quickly, easily and safely buy, sell, finance or refinance vehicles themselves, we’re giving them time and money to reinvest in their off-roading passions.”

To learn more about the company, visit To download the app for free, search “Blinker” in the App Store or Google Play Store.

Ocala Topless Jeep Day to benefit Marion County Search & Rescue

On Saturday, August 19, 2017 there will be the second annual Jeep Topless Show at Burynzz, 1 Aspen Road, Ocala, Florida from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. THe cost is $10.00 pre-admission and $15.00 the day of event. There will be vendors, live DJ, food trucks, raffles, games and various prizes. All proceeds will go to benefit the all volunteer Marion County Search and Rescue Team.

Starting at 4:00 pm will be the Jeep Topless After Party at the Moji Grill, 4496 SE 100th Place, Belleview, just a short 10 minute ride away. There will be prizes and give aways along with great food and drinks. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Marion County Search and Rescue Team.

Come out and show your support to these volunteers that give their ime to train and respond when someone is lost not only in Marion County but other counties as well.

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