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Bronco Owners Invited to Experience Total Solar Eclipse in Style

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have a front-row seat to nature's most jaw-dropping spectacle, available only to Bronco and Bronco Sport customers



Experience the upcoming total solar eclipse like never before at #Bronco Off-Roadeo just outside Austin, Texas. With hotel rooms in high demand, this is your chance to secure a special opportunity exclusively for Bronco and Bronco Sport customers.


Situated in Texas' Hill Country, Bronco Off-Roadeo Texas offers one of the best geographic locations in the United States to witness this extraordinary celestial event. According to USA Today, the region provides an optimal vantage point for viewing the eclipse.



The total eclipse will only be visible within a 115-mile-wide band stretching from central Mexico to far-eastern Canada. At Bronco Off-Roadeo, you can expect an impressive duration of approximately 4 minutes and 13 seconds, making it one of the longest viewing times in the country.


Our surveys reveal that an astounding 94 percent of people who attend Bronco Off-Roadeo give it a 5-star review. Now, we are thrilled to offer Bronco and Bronco Sport customers an unparalleled opportunity to add another star to their experience.


Bronco Off-Roadeo is an exclusive one-day owner experience included with every purchase of a Bronco, Bronco Sport, or Bronco Raptor. It encompasses thrilling and challenging trails, a team of expert trail guides, and a whole lot of fun while learning how to maximize the capabilities of your Bronco. For those seeking a shorter adventure, a Half-Day Adventure is available to the public, offering a four-hour paid off-road quest with trail guide instruction.


Regardless of your skill level, Bronco Off-Roadeo welcomes participants from all backgrounds. In addition to Austin, Texas, you can also find Off-Roadeo locations in Las Vegas, Nevada, Moab, Utah, and New Hampshire.


To secure your spot and avoid the hassle of crowded areas or last-minute searches for the perfect viewing spot, Bronco customers can sign up today through Bronco Nation. Choose between reserving a two-night camping experience or a day-of pass to witness the total solar eclipse in all its glory. Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Reserve your spot now!




Pricing is based on the number of people in the vehicle, ranging from one to four individuals.

The cost for the two-night camping experience is $1,995, which includes five meals. There are a total of 60 spots available for the guided Bronco Off-Roadeo trail drives in the "Bring Your Own Bronco" trail experience. These spots will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.


The main purpose of the two-night camping experience is to provide customers with a convenient way to avoid traffic in the area during the day before and the day of the eclipse. Customers are required to bring their own camping shelter and sleeping accommodations.


For the day of adventure, the cost is $595 per vehicle, accommodating up to four people. This price includes two meals.


In addition to the eclipse viewing party, attendees will have the opportunity to witness the debut of the new Bronco Raptor Blackout Package.


If the event sells out, a waitlist will be created for both the camping and day-of watch opportunities. This waitlist is open to former Bronco Off-Roadeo attendees or those with a future reservation. If you don't have a reservation, you can sign up here.


Customers have the option to receive a full refund for their two-night camping or day-of reservation up to two weeks before the eclipse. However, after that time period, no refunds will be offered due to the meal and restroom infrastructure that will be provided for this unique event.



Nick Cavanaugh | @Car_Sick_Nick | All Roads Lead To The Motor City

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