Earn a Jeep Badge of Honor

 

Jeep Badge of Honor

At Suburban Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Troy, we know that off-roading is a tradition for Jeep lovers all over the country and the world.

The Jeep Badge of Honor program is one way Jeep is choosing to reward those who choose the “road less traveled”, with an online community and corresponding mobile app. Get the facts about this unique program, and you’ll be on your way to earning your very first badge.

What you’ll need to start

The Jeep Badge of Honor community is open to anyone who chooses to register. Anyone can participate in discussion, check in to various trails, and rank up on the community’s ranking system. Hard Badge Rewards, however, are only available for registered Jeep vehicle owners who have registered their vehicle with the Jeep Badge of Honor Program.

Hard Badges

Hard Badge Rewards can be earned by anyone who has a Jeep registered with the Badge of Honor Program. In order to earn them, a driver needs to check into specific trails at required locations, and then fill out a mailing address form.

Jeep will then mail you a Hard Badge for that specific location, which you can proudly display on your vehicle. There are 38 trails around the country that a driver can check into, using a Badge of Honor app, and earn a Hard Badge.

Trail Points and Jeep Waves

Some of the other features of the Badge of Honor system include Trail Points, and Jeep Waves. Trail Points are earned with every successful trail check-in, and are used to rank up on the online Badge of Honor community. Jeep Waves, however, are just for fun, and are the equivalent of the time-honored tradition of waving to other Jeep owners in real life – just a quick way to say a friendly “hello”.

Many Jeep owners are passionate about using the Jeep Badge of Honor community and app to keep track of their off-roading adventures, and earn fun badges at the same time. Be sure to take a look at the Jeep website if you want to find out more information about this groundbreaking program.