Faces of Jeep Exhibit
The Faces of Jeep exhibit features Jeep grilles of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Don't miss the unveiling of the 1960s grilles on Friday, June 9th at noon! Grilles representing each Jeep model through these decades are displayed. Seven of the grilles were custom manufactured by a Butler County Jeep enthusiast specifically for the exhibit. All other grilles are original. Stop by to see how the Jeep's grille (or face) evolved over those years. Additional decades of Jeep grilles will be added in future years, offering yet another new thing to see each and every time you come to Bantam!
If you would like to learn how you can help make a grille possible, please contact us at Info@Bantam.org. View the list at the bottom of this page.
2017 Faces of Jeep Contest!
After the success of last year's contest, we decided to bring back the Faces of Jeep contest! Show us the face of YOUR Jeep and you could win 2018 Jeep activities or Bantam merchandise! Just like last year, we'll be displaying the entries in the History Exhibit!
The contest begins May 1st so don't miss your chance to win some great prizes! When you see our May 1st post on our Facebook page, share a photo of you and your Jeep's grille (you must be in the photo with it)! Winners will be pulled from all valid entries and announced on May 31st.
Want to know what you could win?
- 1st Prize: 2018 registration for any Jeep activities offered
- 2nd Prize: 2018 registration for a Festival Package
- 3rd Prize: Bantam Swag Bag of merchandise
Grilles Are Made Possible by the Following Generous Individuals and Companies: