General RV Taking Underprivileged Kids RVing
In honor of President Obama’s declaration of June as “Great Outdoors Month, Mich.-based General RV has launched a campaign designed to introduced underprivileged children to the RVing and camping lifestyle.
According to a press release, through the end of June General RV will be looking for families who are RV owners that would be willing to take an underprivileged child or family camping with them. General RV will pay for the expenses of the camping trip, including a gas allowance, campground fees and miscellaneous expenses.
“The RV community is extremely family oriented, and can make a difference in children’s lives in our communities,” the release stated.
The company will be selecting families in each of the states in which they have stores (Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Florida and Utah). Some details, regulations, and background checks may apply.
Interested individuals, families and those who would like to take advantage of General RV’s offer, should contact the company through its corporate Facebook page here. For more information, call Dennis Anderson at (248) 866-4657.