Monaco RV LLC’s Holiday Rambler Ramblin’ Pushers, Chapter 419 club recently concluded a highly successful annual maintenance session at the Elkhart County, Ind., 4-H Fairgrounds in Goshen, Ind.
Owners of approximately 250 Holiday Rambler attended the event, making it one of the highest-attended rallies in recent years.
The elaborate event was comprised of more than 100 seminars conducted by Coburg, Ore.-based Monaco RV, a variety of equipment manufacturers, suppliers and coach members.
Employees from Monaco RV held seminars on numerous topics including general maintenance, transmission components and air brake operation.
“We are extremely honored and proud of such a loyal group of Holiday Rambler owners,” said Scott Jacobson, Holiday Rambler national sales manager. “Their dedication over the years to promoting the RV lifestyle and the Holiday Rambler brand are immeasurable to the company. The recent maintenance session rally provided time for us at Holiday Rambler to get to know our owners better, as well as gain invaluable product suggestions and improvement ideas.”
The Holiday Rambler sales team held meetings answering a wide range of owner questions. Executives from Monaco parent company Navistar International Corp. and Monaco RV also led an open forum meeting for all attendees. Presented at the meeting were future plans for the company as well as Navistar’s commitment to Monaco RV.
The oldest Holiday Rambler dealership in the country, Veurinks’ RV of Grand Rapids, Mich., was on hand as well to display new 2011 Holiday Rambler products to an enthusiastic audience. Several 2011 Neptune motorhomes were sold at the event, further adding to the success of the event for all involved.
The Ramblin’ Pushers, Chapter 419 of the Holiday Rambler Recreational Vehicle Club also celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Nearly doubling in size during the last three years, the 419 Chapter is made up of more than 850 Holiday Rambler diesel motorhome owners with a mission to educate their membership on the maintenance and operation of their RVs.