As a Toledo Jeep® Fest supporter, you’ll have the opportunity to be a part of the next event’s fun and the rich Toledo/Jeep history. We expect to see many more Jeeps and participants in attendance at the 2020 event! We are looking for sponsors and vendors to partner with to make the event as dynamic as possible. Contact us to find out more.

2019 RESULTS:
  • 70,000+ people attended the event from 32 states, Washington DC, Canada, New Zealand and the Czech Republic. (18% attendance increase over 2018)
  • The event generated an estimated $5.6 million in economic activity.
  • 41,000+ attended Mud Crawlers games including 3 sell-out crowds.
  • 4,000+ people attended the kick-off concert at Promenade Park.
  • 2,200+ children participated in the Family Zone inflatables.
  • 1,700+ people participated in the 4-Mile Run and 1-Mile Walk.
  • 1,400+ Jeeps were part of the 20-block all-Jeep festival and show.
  • 100+ local and national vendors participated in the event.
  • 350+ volunteers signed up to make Toledo Jeep Fest happen.
  • 275+ news stories and/or mentions were generated (237 million people reached via news media coverage).
2018 Results:
  • 60,000+ people attended the event from 27 states, Washington DC, Canada, and Mexico.
  • The event generated an estimated $4.5 million in economic activity.
  • 15,000+ people attended the kick-off concert at Promenade Park.
  • 1,000+ rockets were built and launched in the Kid’s Zone.
  • 1,700+ people participated in the 4-Mile Run and 1-Mile Walk.
  • 1,800+ Jeeps were part of the 20-block all-Jeep festival and show.
  • 100+ local and national vendors participated in the event.
  • 350+ volunteers signed up to make Toledo Jeep Fest happen.
  • 550+ news stories and/or mentions were generated (301 million people reached via news media coverage).
2016 Results:
  • 1,100+ Jeep enthusiasts took part in the event.
  • 60+ vendors participated in the event.
  • While the event was expected to attract approximately 20,000 attendees to northwest Ohio, on game day downtown Toledo hosted about 40,000+ people from around the Midwest and beyond.
  • 60+ organizations donated to the event, generating much-needed funding. This ensure a free event for the public to enjoy Jeep exhibits, history and more.
  • The event generated between $2.7 million and $3.4 million in economic activity.
  • 150+ news stories and/or mentions were generated.
  • The hashtag #ToledoJeepFest was trending in the top 10 nationally in the United States on August 13 and 14.