2,000 RVs Expected for FMCA Oregon Rally

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July 23, 2010 by   1 Comment

About 6,000 RVers in 2,000 motorhomes are expected Aug. 11-14 in Redmond, Ore., for the annual Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) international convention, the RV News Service reported.

Major motorhome manufacturers and dealers will display their RVs. Other companies will display accessories, components, supplies and campground information. The daily fee for viewing motorhomes and booth displays is $7 per person; children 12 and under will be admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Active members of the military will also be admitted free.

Those who own a motorhome are invited to stay in their RVs at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds Exposition Center and take part in all of the activities. The price for non-FMCA members is $224 which includes a one-year FMCA membership. The FMCA member price is $174.

Convention attendees can view the latest features and innovations in motorhomes. Some displays will feature production-line units, and others will demo custom-built coaches for uses ranging from family camping to transporting high-tech business equipment, or for use as conference coaches. A variety of motorhome styles in broad price ranges will be represented.

The convention will include seminars on topics relative to RVing as well as topflight entertainment and many social events.

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One Response to “2,000 RVs Expected for FMCA Oregon Rally”

  1. Robert Calvert on July 29th, 2010 6:26 pm

    Hi: as an owner of a RV that has the old big size TV centered above the dash, I have yet to find an article / advertisement that indicates what products are out there to allow a flat screen TV (40 inch) to be attached to the ceiling or to replace the existing one with anything larger than the would be vacant space of about 26 inches or less. Any suggestions? Even to check out manufactures that have a flat screen built tough enough to stand up to the rigors of RVing. Any suggestions? Or maybe at the Rally there might be something?
    Thank you, Robert