Casey / IG: @kcsaysngo

How did you meet/connect with OC Overland?: I'll go ahead and skip this one :). 

What do you feel/think about OC Overland? : I feel Oc overland sticks to grass roots and what off-roading is really about. The camaraderie, the family-ness and the positive vibes. I feel like the crew includes everyone, it doesn't matter what you've been through, what has happened, with this group everyone has a fresh start. I think this is the reason why the trips are always so amazing, each person is treated with the utmost respect and there are no egos. The people with knowledge have no problem teaching and giving advice, no one is afraid to get their hands dirty from the top to the bottom. The family is like no other, I don't know if any other groups hang out on a daily basis outside of dirt/camping, invite each other to family functions, and into each others homes. It's just different...

What sets OC Overland apart from other groups? : The main thing I would say that sets OCO apart is that EVERYONE is included. No fees, no memberships, no hidden agendas. Rigs are expensive, people buying them want to be apart of something, mods are expensive - people who spend their money on mods want people to show it off with and to ride with. So you are going to charge people a fee to hang out after they just spent thousands of dollars on a 4runner/Tacoma or mods? This is the difference from OCO and others, it's all inclusive. Not only does OCO not charge you to come camping or anything, but OCO will cook you meals when you come out and hang with them. 

Aaron Satterfield