Chrysler has also made known that it is also not okay with word of a Wrangler with the slogan emblazoned on its doors driving on to the ice at Toledo Walleyes minor league hockey games. The slogan reportedly originated from Monroe Dodge Superstore in Monroe, Michigan (a short drive from Toledo), when owner Ralph Mahalak Jr., had 600 of the shirts printed up as part of a celebration to introduce Chrysler's 16 new or redesigned 2011 models.
The shirts were selling for $19.41 a piece as a tribute to Jeep's birth year, and were emblazoned with the "imported from Toledo" slogan and "Jeep 70th Anniversary." To stave off a trademark battle, Mahalak has apparently agreed to give the shirts away to anyone who test drives a Jeep, and then kill the slogan.
[Source: Toledo Blade via Jalopnik]