LVM Resort, a Las Vegas Class A luxury motorcoach resort, is hosting the American Coach Association’s (ACA) 2nd Annual Western Regional Rally from Jan. 31 through Feb. 4.
According to a press release, four western chapters of the ACA – Southern California, Southwest, Northern California and Northwest – have organized the rally and are welcoming ACA members from all over the country. LVM Resort will greet its visitors with luxury amenities, 50-amp full hook-up service and fully landscaped concrete sites.
“The ACA had a very successful Western Regional Rally last year at LVM Resort with a great turnout, so we decided we had to do it again this year,” says Patricia Adams, president of the Southern California Chapter of the ACA. “LVM Resort is such a beautiful place and it is an excellent location for getting around Las Vegas easily. The resort reflects its luxury due to the ground’s beautiful amenities and the staff’s prompt customer service.”
LVM Resort will welcome guests with a cocktail hour and appetizers on Jan. 31, followed by a classic game of Bingo. Additional rally activities include touring new coaches from RV World Yuma, chapter meetings, line dancing lessons, entertainment provided by Stone Ridge RV Resort, prize and scholarship drawings.
Las Vegas-based LVM Resort will be hosting two RV rallies during the week of April 15, according to a press release.
The Jewels Rally and the Delta Sierra Rally will overlap during their stay at the luxury motorcoach resort. The Jewels Rally, which is an Family Motor Coaching Association (FMCA) chapter, will take place from April 15-20, and The Delta Sierra Rally begins on April 18, lasting for 4 nights.
There will be a joint breakfast hosted by LVM Resort on April 19 to welcome both groups to the resort, as well as to give both sets of rally attendees an opportunity to mingle with one another. During their stay, rally attendees will have access to several activities including a Hoover Dam tour, go-karting, premier golfing, a prestigious dinner at Picasso at the Bellagio and a show on the Las Vegas Strip.
The rallies represent the third and fourth RV events held at LVM Resort within the past seven months. LVM hosted the American Coach Western Rally in October 2011 with over 180 guests and 89 “Class A” motorcoaches. More recently, the Monaco Roamers Rally was hosted March 14-18 .
Las Vegas-based LVM Resort, a premier resort for Class A motorcoaches, is extending its 2011 special offer for active and retired military, according to a press release. Through 2012, LVM Resort is offering a 50% discount for active duty military and a 20% discount to veterans.
“In order to continue honoring the brave men and women who serve our country every day, we thought it appropriate to extend our special discount for active and retired military members visiting our resort,” said Tom Poteet, marketing committee chairman, LVM Resort. “This offer was very successful in 2011, and we want our active soldiers and veterans to continue enjoying our resort and the many diverse attractions Las Vegas has to offer.”
LVM Resort’s grounds feature a 10,000-square-foot clubhouse, owners club, 9-hole putting course, two tennis courts, spa center, fitness center and four amenity facilities with bath houses, swimming pools, whirlpools and a laundry facility. Additionally, the resort has an on-site restaurant, The Diner, offering guests and owners a delicious national diner menu from the 50s and 60s.
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LVM Resort, a premier Class A motorcoach destination in Las Vegas, will be the location of the American Coach Western Rally Oct. 3-7.
According to a news release, LVM Resort provides rally attendees with luxury amenities, 50-amp full hook-up service and fully landscaped concrete sites. The site offers access to many local attractions such as world class shopping, dining, sports and entertainment on the “Strip.”
Rally guests will have the opportunity to participate in seminars related to the RV industry and will have access to several American Coach luxury motorhomes to tour or purchase. RV oil change services will be available as well as a members’ bazaar to buy or sell handcrafted items.
The registration fee for the rally includes four nights at the park, entertainment, three gourmet dinners, a full breakfast and a welcome party with hors d’oeuvres. Free time is also built into the schedule for guests to explore Las Vegas, or relax at the spa and fitness center as well as the resort-style swimming pools at LVM Resort.
“We are all very excited that the rally will be held at LVM Resort,” said Tom Poteet, marketing committee chairman, LVM Resort. “Not only will the event be very fun with a diverse amount of local attractions and rally events, but it gives our first-time guests an opportunity to experience all that LVM Resort has to offer.”
For more information about the American Coach Western Rally or for a registration form, please contact Mary Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (714) 963-5816, Pete Smoot at email@example.com or (310)-472-1527 or visit www.myamericancoach.com/rallies/Vegas2011/vegas2011.htm.