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Welcome to Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance

We're an organization established to bring people together who share a common interest: the legendary Jeep vehicle.

We celebrate the camaraderie brought on by owning one of these capable vehicles by sharing adventures and knowledge with each other. Each person's Jeep eventually mirrors the personality of its owner, as if it were an extension of oneself. We band together to drive these machines, pitting ourselves against them and nature alike.

Every obstacle overcome becomes a small triumph providing a rewarding rush of adrenaline made possible by teamwork, critical thinking, and vehicle mastery — bringing people together amidst the mountains, the lakes, and the forests

 

**BMJA IS NOT ACCEPTING LICENSE PLATE

APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME**

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News

06-12-2014

Wow! What can I say about the BMJA open house, what a great turnout. We had some great looking jeeps entered in the show and shine congratulations to all our winners. I would like to thank Quadratec, Daves Offroad Supply, AtoZ Fabrication, Rausch Creek offroad park and last but certainly not least Outten County Chrysler for all there support for this event and all they do throughout the year, thanks to them we were able to raffle off some great prizes. Rausch Creek had set up a 101 course through Outten's parking lot and down into the rocks in front of their parking lot which a few in attendance took advantage of including Mark Souders our Jeep of the year winner from last year in his CJ which has never been offroad. I am happy to say that we did not have any rollovers on the RTI ramp. Al Buckwalter and his son did an awesome job on the grill keeping everyone fed with burgers and dogs. The bounce house was a huge hit with the kiddies this year as always and maybe a few of the adults too. This year we added a dunk tank to try and raise a little money for Dream Come True Foundation, a local charity that helps sick kids dreams come true. I am happy to say that we raised $224 in the few hours that we had the dunk tank up and running. I would like to thank all that came out to make this such a great event. I would also like to thank allof the board members for all the hard work they put into this event, you all did an amazing job thank you all.



                        Don Broadbent
                        BMJA President

 



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