Off-Road Course Construction
Four-wheel drive enthusiasts emerged once again on Holly, Michigan to test their off-road skills and vehicle performance at the Detroit 4Fest event at the Holly Oaks ORV Park. Open to the public, the event drew in a variety of 4×4 vehicles, but as we know well there’s one that tops the list.
As a proud sponsor to any 4×4 event, Jeep was well represented at the Jeep designated off-road course built and staffed by Gordinier Group. Attendees lined up for the thrilling experience in the Jeep Wrangler and Gladiators on the muddy course. The GG Drivers maneuvered through the rugged terrain to show just how capable these vehicles are. There’s never a dull moment when you take a Jeep to the dirt.
RAM Truck Territory moves outdoors stopping at the World Ag Expo event in Tulare, CA. With an organic, outdoor course the trucks were able to get down and dirty showing off its suspension and stability. Consumers also enjoyed firsthand the towing capacity of the vehicle which is always a favorite in this agricultural environment. The truck basically sells itself when customers can get behind the wheel.
Camp Jeep gives visitors the opportunity to experience firsthand the versatility and comfort of a Jeep. At the Chicago Auto Show, show goers can ride through a course equipped with real pine trees, dirt and rocks making it feel like a real outdoor experience. The track is designed to test the maneuverability, traction and stability of the Jeep line-up.
Gordinier Group professional drivers demonstrate Jeep’s hill-climb capability by navigating up and over a two-story 30-degree ramp, showcase Jeep’s differential system and prove the stability as they move over the many off-roading obstacles. It’s a must see at the auto show and the crowds gather as soon as the doors open.
To introduce the new 2020 Nissan Titan truck, the automaker invited dealers from around the country to a remote ranch in Salt Lake City, UT. The dealers were able to get a firsthand look and feel for the new vehicle. Gordinier Group drivers and product specialists assisted in marketing efforts by developing an off-road trail that would display the new truck and its capabilities. GG staff moved waves of dealers through the trails highlighting all the new attributes of the vehicle.