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Westman Jeep Association
South Western Manitoba, Canada (headquartered n Brandon)
http://www.westmanjeep.com

West of the Mississippi & North of the border... Canada / West

The WJA is a small family orientated, community minded, and environmentally conscious group of Jeep owners who are interested in changing the stereotype image of Four Wheel Drive enthusiasts. We promote Responsible 4WD practices in order to protect our sport as a valid recreational activity and to ensure a future of Jeeping for generations to come. Likewise, we have a vested interest in preserving Jeep history and promoting the Jeep lifestyle both past and present.

Our goals are to educate, preserve, and maintain. We are trail users, not trail abusers. Tread Lightly principles have been our modus operandi since our inception and an aspect we encourage publicly and enforce actively within our Association.

We welcome new Jeep owners to join our ranks and learn the ins and outs of using their Jeep for what it was built in a safe and controlled environment. Likewise long time Jeepers are welcome to share their skills and experience. Our Members' experience ranges from extensive to minimal likewise our collection of Jeeps range from stock to purpose built and practically every model of Jeep from 1980's to present.

Owners, collectors, and restorers... If you are seeking a Jeeping community with a difference and are interested in working towards maintaining access and trails for your grandchildren, appreciating all things throughout Jeep's long and exceptionally interesting history, sharing experiences and knowledge with fellow enthusiasts, enjoying quality trail time with friends and family, and just living the Jeep life in the best way we know how, the WJA may be your kind of Jeep club.

Though trail driving and exploration is our main focus, it is not a requirement. The beauty and appreciation of early Jeeps, show Jeeps, and unusual Jeeps is just as important. Contact your local representative for more information or to arrange a meeting to discuss Membership. Alternatively, join us at one of our weekly Meet n'Greets in your closest District. Visit our Website for more information.

Cheers!
 
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