Alpine Electronics of America, Inc., manufacturer of in-vehicle audio, video and navigation systems, will participate in the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival, a consumer event for Jeep enthusiasts taking place June 10-12 at Cooper’s Lake Campground in Slippery Rock, PA.
The festival takes place near Butler, PA, the city where the Jeep was created 76 years ago. The festival pays homage to the historical role of the Jeep, plus incorporates off-roading activities enjoyed by Jeep enthusiasts today. The three-day gathering includes organized trail rides, competitions, Jeep obstacle courses, as well as historical and family-focused activities.
Alpine will have a 55 x 20 booth featuring three Jeep Wranglers with Alpine Restyle dash systems. Each Alpine Restyle dash system has audio, video, navigation, and Bluetooth features, and comes with a 9-inch touch screen and dash bezel specifically fitted for 2011-up Jeep Wranglers. The festival will serve as one of the first consumer showings of the upcoming X109-WRA 9-inch Alpine Restyle dash system. The X109-WRA will be installed in an Alpine Jeep and used with the KAC-001 external accessory module to control Jeep accessories like a light bar or winch from the X109-WRA’s in-dash touchscreen. The current model X009-WRA 9-inch Alpine Restyle dash system will also be displayed. Alpine staff and sales reps from Online AV who represent Alpine in Ohio, West Virginia and western Pennsylvania will be present to give demonstrations of all the products.
Alpine is one of the sponsors of Ultimate Jeeper contest being conducted at the festival. Attendees who complete all of the requirements will be eligible to compete for the grand prize, a full suite of Jeep accessories with a prize value of $23,000. Alpine is supplying the X109-WRA 9-inch Alpine Restyle dash system as part of the grand prize.