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Souvenirs Available for June 7 Industry Celebration

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May 28, 2010 by   Leave a Comment

RVIA_CentennialAs the sold-out June 7 RV Centennial Celebration is a once-in-a-century event, RVIA encourages all attendees to take home souvenirs to commemorate the industry’s 100th birthday.

During the reception and barbecue, groups and individuals will have the opportunity to take a commemorative photo that will have the beautiful RV/MH Hall of Fame in the background, and will be emblazoned with an RV Centennial banner and the date of the celebration. Guests will be able to download photos for printing after the event, and RVIA encourages everyone to take advantage of this special souvenir, according to the current issue of RVIA Today  Express.

There will also be a chance for all willing participants to be the star of their own music video. RVIA has hired Dance Heads Recordings to be on hand at the festival to produce music video DVDs for anyone who chooses to make one. Not a big dancer? Not a problem. Just sing along to the song of your choice – the professionals from Dance Heads Recordings will be superimposed on an animated body. The music video booth is sure to be a hot spot – don’t miss the opportunity to take home this unique souvenir.

At the Elkhart Truth booth guests can pick up a 32-page special section of the paper that will serve as a commemorative item marking the industry’s 100th year. Attendees will also have a program and Centennial button to take home.

Guests should make sure to see the gift the industry has donated to the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum, the Centennial Time Capsule. Over the past months a wide variety of RVIA members and industry partners have been contributing items that portray a “snapshot of the industry in 2010.”

The Centennial Time Capsule will be on display during the festival and afterward will remain on permanent display in the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum where it will remain locked for 25 years.

All of these attractions will be open from 6:30 to 8:30 during the Centennial Celebration, closing when the formal program begins.

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