We look forward to having the press in attendance for our event. We will have complementary press passes available March 24th, so please check back. Also feel free to use our logo and any photos below for your needs.
PRESS CONTACT: Pete Goudswaard, email@example.com
Welcome to Cascadia Expodition
“B.C.’s Premier Destination 4WD Adventure”
Cascadia Expodition is a multi-day four-wheel drive event taking place in British Columbia, Canada, from July 18 – 22, 2018. It includes organized expedition-style trail runs for a limited number of participants, plus an expo open to the general public.
On Wednesday July 18, 2018, our trail run expeditions will depart Chilliwack Heritage Park for destinations throughout southern British Columbia. On Friday, after 3 days of exploration, expedition convoys will arrive back at the expo, with reserved on-site camping and plenty of time to enjoy the sights and activities at the expo. Your Trail Badge includes a vehicle and driver (passengers can purchase Badges at a discounted rate), trail meals on some of the sponsored runs, a premium swag bag with some amazing gifts, entry for both days of the expo, as well as the big expedition dinner with raffle on Saturday night.
On Friday July 20 and Saturday July 21, the indoor expo will take place at Chilliwack Heritage Park. The expo features not only a feast of 4WD parts, vendors, and accessories, but also opportunities for beginner and intermediate training in various subjects. We’re also holding a meet and greet Friday night for our vendors to help them build local business relationships.
Our Name: Cascadia Expodition
The term “Cascadia” is a bioregion that includes all the land and waters from the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky Mountains, and although British Columbia makes up the majority of region it also includes the Pacific Northwest states, giving the name a recognizable element for our neighbors to the south.
The word “Expodition” is a portmanteau of “exposition” and “expedition”. The exposition or expo is the trade show portion of the event, while the expedition refers to the single- and multi-day four-wheel drive runs.