Jeepers Go Topless to Raise Money for Charity

17th annual Jeep event celebrates summer, the great outdoors and giving back


Barricade Go Topless Day grew from a small meetup of Jeepers at a local farm stand in 2008 to today being celebrated worldwide on May 18th by thousands of Jeep enthusiasts. Activities range from picnics, trail runs, giveaways, convoys, trail and beach clean-ups, parades, and other social events, all in the name of fun and giving back.

Barricade encourages each club holding a Go Topless Day event to support a registered 501(c)(3) organization of their choice. To expand the impact of generous Jeepers across the nation, Barricade donates $500 to any host that raises a minimum of $500 for their local charity.

“From where Go Topless Day started to where it is today is absolutely astounding,” said Steven Voudouris, Barricade/Turn 5, Inc. founder, president and CEO. “It’s incredible to witness the passion and dedication of our Jeep communities coming together to support great causes. We are grateful for the opportunity to make a positive impact and create lasting memories with fellow enthusiasts. Together, we are not just driving Jeeps, we are driving change and spreading joy to those in need.”

Turn5 Inc. has legal trademarks on the words, “Go Topless Day” and its brand name “Barricade.” For more information on the event, visit


Barricade is an industry leader in the automotive aftermarket specializing in armor and exterior parts for trucks and off-road vehicles. It is part of the ExtremeTerrain family of brands. For more information visit


Kristen Quinn

VP, Public Relations, Paige PR

Written by SerieAUKWire

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