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Cyndi's Shrek Jeep

How many people think that a color reflects a person, such as one color being tougher or meaner looking than another? Does the color of your Jeep reflect a feeling to you? Some say that your Jeep color reflects the owner and the Jeep’s personality and attitude stating that those who drive Jeep’s in the colors of black, dark blue’s, gray, military green and red reflect a more serious off roader and defines the right kind of attitude for off roading – rugged, tough, etc..

Myself, I am not buying this. A while back I did a blog where a group painted their Jeep a hot pink (Crawl to Cure Cancer) and then there is Cyndi’s on our Facebook FanPage Shrek Jeep and well there is a huge array of Jeep colors.

So tell me, do you think the color of your Jeep plays a role in to your confidence level when on the trails? Your Attitude? Does it reflect you and you and your Jeep’s ability? Or is the color of your Jeep just that – a color that you like, prefer over others, and in no way a reflection on just how tough your Jeep is? Myself, my favorite colored jeep is mud camouflaged!

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Crawl to Cure Cancer

Again, in my strolls around the net I came across this great Jeep 4-wheeling team (With the help of following http://www.Infamous4x4.com link) and their valiant effort to aid in finding a cure for cancer – Crawl to Cure Cancer. A team member was personally affected by the turmoil and devastating destruction cancer leaves in its trails. Unfortunately, it is a story too many people can tell. Too many people can say they know of someone who is battling this disease, lost a loved one to it, or have or are fighting it themselves. It is a courageous fight. Because I feel it is such a worthy cause and a great group of people helping to fight for a cure I wanted to share Crawl to Cure Cancer with you all to help spread the word. Here is more about this great group of Jeepers.

“My team and I have been competing in the professional rock crawling series called WeRock since 2005. We travel the mid-west and east coast attending rock crawling competitions and Jeep Shows. I am the only female driver in the stock modified class and the Jeep was bright green, both factors into the attention we draw at these events.

In June of 2008, I lost my mother to a brief battle with colon and liver cancer. My mom was one of my biggest fans and a big fan to the world of rock crawling and motorsports. I have been thinking of ways to hold an off road event or something in my mom’s memory, when the idea was presented to me to paint my competition jeep pink and raise money for cancer research. And thus, Crawl to Cure Cancer was born.”

Last year this group raised $15,000 dollars that was donated to the American Cancer Society. Maybe with more awareness they will be able to double that total or more. You can visit their website at Crawl to Cure Cancer and see where they will be next.

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