More than 200 Jeep enthusiasts descended on Ozark Saturday to celebrate their love of Jeeps and raise money to help fight the battle against breast cancer.
“Jeepin’ For A Cure” featured a three-hour drive on some of the Ozark’s rockiest roads. The third year of the event also had axe throwing at a post-ride party, live music, and a Jeep obstacle course.
Organizers said the event had a total of 285 Jeep taking part in at least one event.
The proceeds of the event benefited Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks, who are marking their 20th year in helping breast cancer patients and survivors in the Ozarks.
The 2019 event raised around $23,000 for the organization.
(Headline photo from Jeepin’ For A Cure Facebook page)
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