A Big Giveaway at the X Games

Athletes at X Games are all about going big during every event. Inspired by their tenacity and “go anywhere” attitude, we’ve decided to go big, too. Last year at X Games in Aspen, CO, a few lucky contestants were given the chance to dig deep and win a brand-new Jeep® vehicle. We’re going big again and giving three lucky contestants a chance to win a brand-new 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition. You can watch the action live on the Jeep Facebook page.

 

Last year’s Arctic Yeti Dig, during which contestants were tasked with digging to uncover a snowy Yeti Medallion to win a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Arctic Edition, was a resounding success. Who will crush it this year?  Visit the Jeep Facebook page on Friday at 1:00 PM EST to watch as the three contestants will get their chance to win one of the most talked-about vehicles of the year and the most capable production vehicle ever, the Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition.

 

There’s no better place to give away a new 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition than at X Games, where snow, fun, and some of the most capable athletes in the world come to compete.

 

Be sure to check back on the Jeep Facebook page Friday for the livestream at 1 PM EST.

6 Responses to “A Big Giveaway at the X Games”

  1. That Rubicon would be the most ideal car for colorado backcountry, I hope I win, I hope I win

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  2. Had a great time at the X games last year and I was able to dig my way to that 2012 Jeep Wrangler Artic Edition. Thanks Jeep, wish I could be there this year it was a blast.

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    • How’s that Jeep riding? I went out and bought one two months after the contest!!

  3. I had a blast last year, as well, at the Jeep Yeti Dig!! Thanks Jeep! Congrats again to Kerry! Good luck to this year’s contestants. Win that Jeep!!

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  4. rose chapman smith

    I would soo love to win this jeep,for my husband, He would be so happy, He works soo hard, and would really be very happy, God Bless Yall:)

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