In 1990 Keith began to buy used Jeeps to part out and ended up with the foundation of what would become in 1992, The Jeep Connection. With his home town service and expert knowledge of off-roading, business took off. With a name change to The Off-Road Connection, Keith quit his job of 12 years and turned his hobby into a full time profession. In 1996 The Off-Road Connection moved to Fultondale Alabama where it is located today and delivers the same quality home town service that has made Keith one of the most well known and respected members of his industry in Alabama as well as the South East.
Keith, with the support from Debbie, his wife, and daughter Karsen, has become an integral part of the off-roading sport. Involved with many of the activities at Gray Rock ORV and a supporter of local 4×4 clubs, Keith is the first and only person many go to for their Off-Road Connection.
Multiple Magazine appearances:
JP Magazine – In there for the Spring Fling he put on
Petersons – For the Ride put on in Tellico
Petersons – Featured for the Spring Fling Ride
Petersons – Talks about the Park in Gray Rock and How Keith put on a great show
Petersons – Keith’s vehicle has an entire article on it
Petersons – Featured the Ultimate Adventure
4X4 Garage – Featured on the Cover Welding
FOURWHEELER – “People & Vehicles of Ultimate Adventure 2016: Part 2 #UA2016”
20+ Years welding experience
20+ Years of Fabrication experience
18+ Years Wiring & Electrical experience
Has been on all the Superlift, N.C., Arkansas Rides. He received two 1st place trophies for the Superlift Competitions, and one 1st place trophy for the CAOS Competition.