Our Corporate Sponsors generously provide revenue and donations to help us raise funds for Cal4Wheel. Find out how to get your business involved as a corporate sponsor at the bottom of this page.
LINE-X PARTICIPATING LOCATIONS
Tri-Valley LINE-X (Tracy, CA); LINE-X of Santa Fe Springs; LINE-X of Chico; LINE-X of South LA; LINE-X of Stockton; LINE-X of Yuba Sutter; LINE-X of Rancho Cordova; LINE-X of Turlock; LINE-X of Temecula; LINE-X of Escondido; LINE-X of San Diego; LINE-X of Rocklin; Clovis LINE-X; LINE-X of Huntington Beach; Empire LINE-X (Rancho Cucamonga); South County LINE-X (Gilroy, CA); LINE-X Kustoms & Accessories (Pittsburg, CA); LINE-X of Pasadena; LINE-X of Santa Clarita; LINE-X Custom Shop (Glendale, AZ); LINE-X of Oxnard; LINE-X of Corona; LINE-X of El Cajon; LINE-X of Ukiah; LINE-X of Placerville; LINE-X of Reno; Valley LINE-X (Sun Valley, CA); LINE-X of South Coast (Santa Ana, CA)
These businesses donate to our Win-A-Jeep raffle program.
Thank you to our corporate and Win-A-Jeep sponsors!
Mike McGarity, Central District Vice President
Cal4Wheel spent some time saying thank you to our corporate sponsors at the 2019 Pomona Offroad Expo and SEMA. We all made our rounds to meet up with as many as possible. While at SEMA we also attended the North American Motorized Recreation Council (NAMRC) meeting, the United 4WD Meeting, the One Voice Meeting, the SEMA Government Affairs Panel and other meetings with representation from Cal4Wheel.
BF Goodrich Tires
Here I am with Tim Cromer with BFG, Tony Pellegrino with GenRight and Phil and Angel Moreno. We’re at the SEMA Cal4Wheel Booth with the Win-A-Jeep. We were located just across from WARN winches. We even had Scott Porter from WARN come over for a photo as well. Next to us with HiJack. Another supporter of the Win-A-Jeep. I walked around SEMA and said thank you to all our Corporate Sponsors as well as our Win-A-Jeep sponsors. The Jeep would not be possible if it wasn’t from all the support from our sponsors. Thank you to each of them. Super appreciation!
WARN winches is always a huge supporter of Cal4Wheel as both Gold Corporate Sponsor and Win-A-Jeep sponsor. They generously donate a winch to each of our state events including convention every year. Thank you Scott Porter for taking the time to check out the Jeep.
GenRight... our master builder. A big thank you to Tony Pellegrino and his team. They put in so many hours on this build. We added more to the list in prior years. As more businesses wanted to donate and help, Tony rolled with it without complaining. The PSC Steering system was over 12 hrs to install just by itself. The Jeep looks amazing and we appreciate you guys very much!
Ray Currie from Currie Enterprises donated the complete front RockJock 44 front axle. They upgraded Ring and Pinion with 4.88 gears from Auburn Gear, keeping the stock rear 44 with upgrade Ring/Pinion from Auburn Gear. They installed Front and Rear 30 spline axles and ECTED MAX-Lockers. This alone is a lot of labor, money, time, etc. Thank you so much Currie!!
Rockhard 4x4 has been donating the interior cage for our win-a-jeep builds for several years now. We met up with Jason and was talking with him about the build when Ian Johnson showed up. He was walking by, so we pulled him into our picture. We appreciate all the support with have with so many sponsors. Every sponsor is just as important as the other. Not only do we get to build an awesome Jeep. We get to meet some great people!
Tim Pellegrino from Spiderwebshade came by to check out the Jeep. They donated a complete full sun shade. It is yellow with our Cal4Wheel logo in the middle. Cannot wait to see it on the Jeep.
We’ve been working with bringing in new corporate sponsors or associate members. Skyjacker, although not a California-based company is considering becoming an associate member. Many companies just need to be asked. In this picture is also John Herrick, editor of CRAWL and Chris Hughes, editor of Trails magazines. Both are interested in helping Cal4Wheel in our marketing efforts.
We had HiLift Jack next to our booth. It was great to have Steve Dowden come over and take a minute for a photo opportunity. Steve has worked with us for many years on our builds. HiLift has always been a great supporter of Cal4Wheel.
Here we are with John Angelastro with sPOD. John and his team installed the sPOD Bantam with HD complete system. This controls the front and rear Auburn lockesr, front VisionX offroad lights, interior Rugged Radio and much more can be added. sPOD is the industry leader and we totally appreciate their support.
Rugged Radios / TDS / JEP Autoworks
Here we are with Bo Neece from TDS on the right and Greg Cottrell owner of Rugged Radio in the middle. Rugged Radio donated a two-person Bluetooth system with radio and BTU Headsets to the build. Josh Epstein, the South District VP, installed the radio at his shop in Hemet. Thank you Josh and the crew at JEP Autoworks for your time and labor! This is going to be an awesome addition for the person who wins this Jeep!
We met up with Tyler Sasaki with Powertank. They donated a 10lb. bottle with JL mounting hardware and accessories. Thank you Tyler all your years of support.
We met up with Justin Andrews with Factor 55. They donated the Hard Anodized Flat Link. They always support us and also super fun to hang out with. As you can tell from the picture with Justin!!
I got the opportunity to meet and talk with Rick Pewe. Rick is the Petersen’s 4-Wheeler & Offroad Editor-In-Chief and a member of the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame’s class of 2010. He also organizes and leads the Ultimate Adventure. Rick is also in charge of the JP Magazine. We spoke about the Win-A-Jeep. He said anything he could do to help Cal4Wheel, he would. I asked if he could do a story on the Jeep. He said it will be part of the JP Magazine “Best of SEMA 2019”. Thank you Rick for your support and look forward to future Cal4 collaborations.
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