Jewel Cave

A Deeper Commitment

Our commitment to providing federal agencies with the equipment they need goes deep. How deep? The third-longest cave system in the world, deep. Earlier this month, FCC provided the National Park Service’s Jewel Cave National Monument in Custer, South Dakota with two Polaris RANGER EV UTVs.

Spanning more than 180 miles long and 832 feet deep, Jewel cave is the third-longest cave system in the world and is still being explored to this day. The National Park Service helps maintain and preserve natural monuments, and FCC is happy to provide them with the equipment they need to protect our nation’s parks.

We specialize in finding the perfect equipment to fit any federal agency request. The Polaris RANGER EV is the ultimate electric side-by-side. Since it’s fully electric, it’s quiet and produces no emissions which is perfect for a natural cave system. Additionally, it has 10.5″ of ground clearance and 9″ of independent rear suspension allowing for a smooth ride over rough terrain. The RANGER EV works harder and rides smoother than any other UTV in its class. 

Federal Contracts Corp offers the full line of Polaris products through GSA. Visit our website or call us at 813-631-0000 to learn more. 

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