Jeep Owners Group Brunei (JOGB) marked the group’s first outing for 2022 with a breakfast get-together at Seri Kenangan Beach, Tutong District yesterday.
Dubbed ‘GHK2022 JOGB Topless Breakfast Gathering’, the event served as an ice-breaker while ushering in the new year among JOGB members and their families, after missing out on several activities last year due to the second wave of COVID-19 outbreak.
JOGB activity coordinator Halim said the gathering kicked off a series of activities for this year, including annual activities such as off-road and charity convoy rides, family outings and community outreach programmes.
“We will plan for the off-road activities to be conducted locally. However, if the border restrictions are lifted, we might plan to go on our usual adventures and off-road driving in Sabah and Sarawak, depending on the pandemic situation in the neighbouring Malaysian states,” he said.
Meanwhile, the members had the opportunity to catch up with one another, most of whom had not met for several months. They also had a sharing session on Jeeps vehicles and a display of their rides.
JOGB has been organising events since its establishment several years ago. As the authorised distributor of Jeep vehicles in the Sultanate, GHK Motors has been supporting their activities through its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, including yesterday’s gathering.