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All Things Jeep Flagship East Coast Go Topless Day Event

  
  
  
  

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Hundreds of Jeep owners and off-road enthusiasts will join All Things Jeep and the Ocean State Jeepsters for the eighth annual Go Topless Day, a celebration of spring and the sense of fun that comes with owning a Jeep. The East Coast Flagship event will be held at the Quaboag Riders Motorcycle Club in Monson, Mass. on May 16th, 2015 starting at 9am and will draw participants from all over the northeast US.

The event will feature more than 600 Jeeps on show, guided trail rides of different ratings, kid’s activities, a vendor midway, raffles, an RTI ramp to test a Jeep’s flex, and food for purchase. In honor of sharing the date with Armed Forces Day, All Things Jeep will be handing out military swag bags at their tent for those with a military ID and will have a pre-made cards for attendees to sign for deployed troops. There will also be men’s, women’s and youth event tees for purchase. Attendees are encouraged to bring their families and friendly, leashed dogs to enjoy the day.

AllThingsJeep.com, an online Jeep gift store, started small and grew fast - a trait that it shares with Go Topless Day. The company’s founders conceived the first Go Topless Day in 2008 after a particularly brutal New England Winter. As many Jeep owners will attest, removing the top from the Jeep Wrangler, or “going topless” is one of the most enjoyable aspects of ownership, especially so after months of cold weather.  AllThingsJeep.com started a kick-off celebration of the topless Jeep season for the local community that has since grown to include thousands of participants around the world.

For more information on the Flagship East Coast event, visit http://www.allthingsjeep.com/go-topless-day-2015-east-coast-event.html 

More details can be found online at http://www.allthingsjeep.com/go-topless-day.html. Go Topless Day events are held worldwide, so local events can be found for those not in the New England area as well.

 

 

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Thousands Go Topless in Worldwide Event

  
  
  
  

 

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AllThingsJeep.com announces their eighth annual Go Topless Day, a celebration of spring and the open air experience for Jeep owners and off road enthusiasts across the globe. Jeep clubs, dealerships and groups in more than 30 states and three countries will meet on May 16th, 2015 for over 70 locally organized events with more added each day. Each Go Topless Day event has selected a charitable organization to benefit, many with a military theme to honor sharing the event date with Armed Forces Day.

 

AllThingsJeep.com, an online Jeep gift store, started small and grew fast - a trait that it shares with Go Topless Day. The company’s founders conceived the first Go Topless Day in 2008 after a particularly brutal New England Winter. As many Jeep owners will attest, removing the top from the Jeep Wrangler, or “going topless” is one of the most enjoyable aspects of ownership, especially so after months of cold weather.  AllThingsJeep.com started a kick-off celebration of the topless Jeep season for the local community that has since grown to include thousands of participants around the world.

This year Go Topless Day shares the date with Armed Forces Day. Community is one of the most powerful aspects of both Jeeps and Armed Forces support. With that in mind, AllThingsJeep.com is encouraging all clubs and organizations that host a Go Topless Day event to reach out to the local or national military support charity of their choice, through donations and inclusion in this special event. Thus far, more than 26 charitable organizations will be receiving donations from Go Topless Day events. AllThingsJeep.com will join by donating 10 percent of all Go Topless Day proceeds to Operation Gratitude, a charity that annually sends 150,000+ care packages and personal letters of appreciation to military members of all branches and stages of service.

Go Topless Day is a worldwide phenomenon that is reflective of the Jeep community. The grassroots event is unique among the enormous expos and often ostentatious auto industry events in that it started local and has remained local even throughout its growth. Whether it’s a small group of Jeep loving friends planning a scenic ride to a local watering hole, like the Red Line Jeeps in Maine, or a multi-club event drawing thousands of participants to an area, like Crystal Beach, Texas, all are supported by AllThingsJeep.com. Most events are open to the public to grow and strengthen the local off road community and unite Jeep owners. Activities range from coastline cruises to trail clean-ups, beach parties to backyard picnics, all in the name of fun and charity.  

More information about Go Topless Day can be found online at http://www.allthingsjeep.com/go-topless-day.html

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Take Your Top Off - Jeeps Going Topless

  
  
  
  

 

One of our favorite features on the Wrangler is the ability to take the top off.  The sun on your face, the wind in your hair, and nothing above you but open sky; ­there’s nothing better. We love taking the top off so much, we even started an annual celebration over 7 years ago – Go Topless Day! Believe us when we say, topless Jeeps have more fun!

 

I want to go topless…but is it really okay for my Wrangler’s interior to get wet?

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This is the question we hear most often when it comes to riding topless. In short, yes, it is okay for your Wrangler’s interior to get wet if you are driving or parked topless. There are special features on the Wrangler that help make it a rough and tumble kind of vehicle. Driving topless also tends to create the "speed effect" where, unless it's really pouring, rain will simply fly off the windshield and not end up soaking your Jeep. That being said, interior electronics can obviously still get damaged by water and your interior soft goods (think seats and carpet) will soak up water just as you would expect them to. You can protect your stereo with a boat-style radio cover, but the key to interior preservation is draining, drying, and ventilation after a topless soak.

 

Draining

Did you know that your Wrangler has drain plugs underneath the carpet of the front and rear passengers’ floor area? If you’re leaving any part of your Jeep open where water can get in, you’ll want to lift up the carpets and pull all of these rubber stoppers out of the floor. This will allow standing water in the tub of the Jeep to drain right out the bottom of the vehicle. The first time I forgot to do this and the clouds let loose, I jumped into my Jeep and my feet were submerged in ankle deep, dirty floor-debris and rain buildup! While the whirlpools of water swirling out of my TJ were a little bit satisfying to watch, it wasn’t much fun fishing around underwater for those drain plugs.

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Drying

After your Jeep has gotten wet, there are a few things you can do to help it dry. For most, this is as simple as leaving the topless Jeep out in the sun the next day. For faster drying, you may want to remove portions or the entirety of your carpet – it’s not difficult and the whole thing comes out. If you have seat covers and there was enough water to soak through them, you’ll want to pull them off and let your seats and covers dry separately in the sun.

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Ventilation

If your interior has gotten wet, the very last thing you want to do is seal the Jeep up. Ventilation is the name of the game! Putting your top or a completely waterproof (vs water resistant) cab or car cover on while the interior is wet will cause moisture to stay trapped inside the vehicle. Trapped moisture means your soft goods will mildew, leading to unpleasant odors. Tops and covers that seal are great for weather protection if they’re installed before precipitation starts, but will only exacerbate moisture build up once the interior gets wet. Wait out the rain, let your Jeep dry, and try to get it covered before the interior gets soaked next time. Alternatively, you can rip those carpets out for good and take a weekend to DIY spray liner the tub of your Jeep. If you’re not the handy type, there are professionals who can install bed liner so that you never have to worry about wet carpets again! This is also a great way to protect the interior of your Jeep from rust.

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There's a variety of options from full soft tops to summer tops that will allow you to choose the amount of weather protection you're comfortable with. Eventually you will find that you either prefer to keep your interior dry and will take the necessary steps to keep it that way or you don't mind letting it get wet. You can rest assured either way knowing that it really is okay for your Wrangler to get wet inside.   

 

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