We think we do a great job and fortunately the people who’ve hired us think so too. Here’s a few examples:

“A huge thank you for being part of our Battle of Britain day activities at the RAF Museum. The Jeep looked really impressive and fitted in perfectly with the theme of the day. You were both fantastic to work with, did really well engaging and interacting with the visitors and we would be more than happy to book you in again for future events.”


“Thank you so much for joining us this past weekend. You were brilliant! Fantastic to work with and you created a fun, engaging and immersive experience for our visitors as they stepped onto our park.”


“We booked Jeep Jump Jive for our Armed Forces Day celebrations in Romford Market and their meticulously vintage image and authentic 1940s dancing made our visitors’ faces light up with delight. Their regular communication was very reassuring; they were friendly, reliable, adaptable, polite, professional and very talented. They were a pleasure to deal with – arriving and setting up promptly, despite having to navigate the North Circular in their WWII jeep. We wouldn’t hesitate in recommending them.”


“Justin and Kara from Jeep Jump Jive were superbly helpful from first contact through planning and throughout our four day event as well. Their presence really added to the event and I’d have no hesitation in recommending them to other event organisers or venues – we’ll be using them again ourselves.”


“A massive thank you for being part of our first 1940’s day at Shuttleworth on Saturday 18th June 2016. Visitors and staff absolutely loved you. Your enthusiasm, passion and professionalism was outstanding. The Jeep really is fantastic and your interaction with visitors was much appreciated.”


“You guys are so professional. You turn up with your amazing Jeep looking great, you understand our event and you then deliver your sounds with confidence but most importantly with a smile for anybody that wants to talk to you… and… you can dance! You look as though you are really enjoying yourselves which is infectious.”