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OBX Jeep Jam 2020 canceled; event to return in 2021

This year’s OBX Jeep Jam has been canceled.

“Due to the uncertainty of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the county and state restrictions in place to slow the spread of the virus, Outer Banks Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, Goin’ Coastal Jeep Club and Bearded Face Productions have made the difficult decision to cancel OBX Jeep Jam 2020, which was scheduled for September 25-27,” stated a Wednesday morning press release.

Plans are already in place for OBX Jeep Jam to return in 2021, according to the release, and dates for next year’s event will be announced in the coming weeks.

All tickets purchased online will be refunded automatically and all OBX Jeep Jam vendor fees will be refunded at the point of purchase.

For questions regarding OBX Jeep Jam ticket or vendor refunds, email Mike Dianna at beardedfaceproductions@gmail.com.

For more information, visit OBXJeepJam.com.

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