JPFreek Adventure Magazine Merges with, Fall Issue Released

Date 2008/10/10 8:42:33 | Topic: Miscellaneous

Both good friends of, JPFreek Adventure Magazine and JeepTales recently merged, combining their extensive publishing and Jeep Jamboree coverage into a single entity.
JPFreek Adventure Magazine today announced the merger of under the JPFreek umbrella. The merger will create the world’s largest resource of Jeep® Jamboree-related content on the web today, and will compliment JPFreek’s recently announced alliance with Jeep® Jamboree U.S.A. to provide the Jeep® community with extensive coverage of all Jamboree events.

Frank Ledwell, Co-founder and Managing Partner of JPFreek Adventure Publications, LLC, said, “The merger of into JPFreek Adventure Magazine builds upon our strategy for continued growth as a premier Jeep and outdoor adventure publication. Greg Machado, Founder of, has done a phenomenal job in creating the ultimate online hub for Jeep® Jamboree events throughout the country. As we develop our alliance with JJUSA, we look for this merger to enhance our placement in the Jeep publishing realm, all while providing the community of enthusiasts a central location for all-things Jamboree related.”

The alliance is effective immediately and will be fully integrated with the commencement of the 2009 Jeep® Jamboree season.

Congrats to both Frank, Greg, and everyone else involved in the merger. Both organizations have been long-time supporters and fans of, and I can't wait to see what their combined efforts bring us in the future (I'm curious to see what they're going to do with Greg's 100,000+ Jeep Jamboree photos).

On a related note, the latest free issue of JPFreek Adventure Magazine was released today. It's got over 100 pages of Jeep-lifestyle content, including an article about the Australian Outback Challenge. I really enjoyed the Palo Duro Canyon State Park Jamboree article - sounds like my kind of trip.

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