Register Now For Jeep The Mac

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If you’re a Jeep fanatic, this event is for you. The third annual Jeep The Mac weekend is quickly coming up and organizers are thrilled that 700 jeeps have already been registered.

The all weekend event kicks off Friday April 20 at St. Ignace Michigan.

Staging is being held at 9am to 1pm at Little Bear Arena followed by a mandatory driver’s meeting at 2:30.  The fun continues later that afternoon with an incredible sight of all the Jeeps crossing the Mackinac Bridge looping around and returning to St. Ignace.

Friday night includes a meet and greet along with live entertainment.

The requirements to participate are simple – Jeeps must be licensed, street legal and tire size cannot exceed 40 inches.

The event draws thousands of people to the St. Ignace area .

The festival continues on Saturday with ,

8:00 a.m. Rides begin on Drummond Island
7:00-8:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony on Drummond Island (must be present to win)

For those interested you still have time to register and take in all the fun , deadline for entering is Friday April 13, the $40 entry fee per driver, $35 per adult passenger ($12 for child 10 years or younger) includes:

Mackinac Bridge fare
Drink Coupon (beer, wine, pop, water)
Kewadin Casino coupon
Trolley service through St. Ignace Friday morning starting at 8:30 a.m. through Saturday at 2:00 a.m., and Saturday evening from 7:00 p.m. thru Sunday morning at 2:00 a.m.
Commemorative dash plaque
Drummond Island ferry fare (trailer will be an additional cost)
Awards & Giveaways
Coupon for Gifts Galore in St. Ignace for promotional items
Registration Deadline is Friday, April 13, 2018.  Refunds are available if you cancel 30 days in advance of the event.  You will be charged a cancellation fee.

For more information on this event GO HERE

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