TOLEDO, Ohio — A $40 million project is coming to Toledo that promises an immersive, interactive experience in all things Jeep. The Jeep Experience will be 56,000 square feet, with an outdoor test track and aims to reach Jeep lovers worldwide. A non-profit has been established to make the museum happen. They anticipate 25 jobs created and much more tourism revenue. President and CEO of ProMedica, Randy Oostra, led the announcement of the new museum. There will be a board of directors for the museum, as it will be a 501(c)3 organization, according to Robin Whitney of ProMedica. Retired Jeep plant manager Jerry Huber was visibly excited with the announcement.