SpiderWebShade Says "Thanks" to BRC

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September 24, 2013 12:13 PM
Del Albright gets the keys...
Del Albright, BRC Ambassador, gets the keys to this GenRight Off Road built jeep donated for the entire Jeep Beach event by the great supporters at SpiderWebShade.

The SPIDERWEBSHADE for Jeeps is a tremendously effective solution for blocking the sun's scorching rays from your head, face and neck while drastically reducing wind noise at highway speeds. Being a member of, and appreciating the hard work of BlueRibbon Coalition to keep trails open and the sport alive, they sent a surprise generous donation to BRC.
 
Greg Mumm, Executive Director of BRC loves these kinds of surprises! "I saw this unexpected check and literally beamed at how this made my day!"

Del Albright, BRC Ambassador, was sponsored by SPIDERWEBSHADE at Jeep Beach 2013 with a fully "shaded" nice Jeep from the company owner, Chris Plaisance. "SpiderWebShade is kickin' it for landuse, and Stacie and I sure appreciate their committed support to our work and to everything BRC stands for."

Chris told Del: "SpiderWebShade is on the team and wants to help BRC whenever we can. You all rock!"

Using only the highest quality mesh material, a SPIDERWEBSHADE on your Jeep can block 90% of the sun's harmful UV rays and reduce cab temperature by 27%. Del and Stacie run SpiderWebShade on their famous Jeep, Red, the Land Use War Machine and wouldn't be caught without it.

Learn more and get your Jeep a SpiderWebShade here:
http://www.spiderwebshade.com/

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Del and Stacie drove the donated Jeep down the beach with over a thousand other Jeeps on the parade at Jeep Beach, thanks to SpiderWebShade.

SpiderWebShade partnered with several awesome businesses on this Jeep and Stacie Albright is ready to hit the beach!

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