Bob Newhart, Tanya Tucker Headline The Rally 2010

March 9, 2010
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Top-shelf entertainment and a special centennial celebration have been added to the
festivities at The Rally 2010, which will be held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in
Louisville, Kentucky, July 22-25. Comedian Bob Newhart will perform the night of July 22.
Country-music singer Tanya Tucker performs July 23. Rally sponsors are celebrating the
centennial by holding a contest for the “Oldest RV at the Rally.” The grand prize is 100
gallons of gasoline/diesel fuel. Rally guests who think their rig may qualify can enter to
win at The Rally’s Web site, target="_blank">www.therally.com, or in person at the rally registration area. Deadline
to enter is Friday, July 23 at 5 p.m. The winner will be announced on Saturday evening,
July 24. The Rally will also feature a special living display of vintage RVs, organized by
Al Hesselbart, the official RV historian at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Ind. This
display will be open throughout the rally and will be an opportunity to experience RV
living through the decades. Also, Bob Livingston, publisher of Trailer Life, and
his wife, Lynne, are leading a Centennial Carvanenture from Elkhart to the Rally in
Louisville July 16-19. This pre-Rally program is designed for RV enthusiasts who really
want to get an in-depth perspective of the RV lifestyle and industry. Highlights include:
Amish country, a visit to the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart and the Studebaker National
Museum, a customized tour of the Newmar factory and tech and lifestyle seminars with Bob
and Lynne. The Centennial Caraventure is open to everyone, whether or not they are
attending The Rally. Cost is $1,169/rig with two people for those attending The Rally and
$1,299/rig with 2 people for those not attending The Rally. More information is available
on The Rally’s Web site. The event is
expected to draw 10,000 RV enthusiasts in 4,500 RVs. More than 1,000 new RVs will be
displayed. Other attractions will include 500 commercial booths, more than 30 educational
seminars and nightly entertainment. Story courtesy of target="_blank">RV Business.

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