When we think of companies that love what they do and love to share it, TNT Customs is one of the first that comes to mind. Intriguing designs, exciting products, and potent social media outreach are the hallmarks of TNT, but more than all that is the active participation in off-road events.
From Jeep Jamborees to the Easter Jeep Safari, it’s a safe bet that the Cheyenne-based company will look for ways to engage with you and your fellow enthusiasts in your native territory. If you’re looking for face-time with a TNT Customs representative, one of your best chances soon will be at the Vegas Valley Four Wheelers Hump-n-Bump (HNB) in Las Vegas on the 7th and 8th of November, 2014.
Against the backdrop of the sprawling, varied Mojave Desert landscape, you’ll have your custom Jeep flexing and crawling in no time, as you start from the Clark County Fairgrounds in Logandale and venture forth onto the many surrounding trails. For those unfamiliar with the group, the Vegas Valley Four Wheelers club is a non-profit, family-oriented educational organization that dedicates most of the HNB’s proceeds toward good causes. These include Partners in Conservation, United Four Wheel Drive Association, Tread Lightly, and Blue Ribbon Coalition.
A multi-course barbecue dinner provided by the organizers promises finger-licking meaty goodness, enough to fill the stomachs of 400 people. Provided by Road Kill Grill, the catered supper has proved to be a big hit with the crowd in past events.