Celebrate 100 years of RVing at The Rally in Louisville: July 22-25

May 14, 2010
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2517193_1930s all steel unit 200.jpgThe Rally is gearing up for the 100th Anniversary of RVing. Celebrate this milestone with fellow RV enthusiasts at the largest RV event of the year, July 22-25 at the Kentucky Exposition Center
in Louisville, Kentucky. Among The Rally’s celebratory festivities are a
Vintage RV Display and the “Oldest RV at The Rally” Contest.

The Rally will feature a special living display of vintage RVs,
organized by Al Hesselbart, considered the country’s foremost RV
historian and currently the RV historian for the RV/MH Hall of Fame in
Elkhart, Indiana. This display will be open throughout The Rally and
will be a wonderful opportunity to wander through a very interesting
part of RV history.

The Rally is also celebrating the history of the RV lifestyle
with special promotions and displays. There will be a contest for the
“Oldest RV at The Rally.” The grand prize is 100 gallons of
gasoline/diesel. Please sign up
online or in person at The Rally in the Registration area. Deadline to
register is Friday, July 23 at 5:00 p.m. The winner will be announced at
the Saturday night evening entertainment.

Don’t miss out on all of the fun at this year’s Rally. In addition
to celebrating the 100th Anniversary of RVing, The Rally will feature
hundreds of new rigs, RV Publications Day, indoor exhibits, 150+
seminars by the RV industry’s leaders and experts, and headlining
entertainers Bob Newhart and Tanya Tucker, as well as contests and
activities for all ages. For all the latest details, visit www.therally.com.

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