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Old 12-08-2010, 07:46 AM   #1
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FMCA Invitation

The following is an article where FMCA is inviting all RVers to the 85th Convention in Perry GA.

FMCA welcomes all RVs to Georgia Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase

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I found the open invitation to the towable crowd very interesting. When you look back at how the rally attendance is now about half of what it was in the middle of the decade, FMCA had to become more proactive and go with the market. I would not be surprised to see FMCA reinvent itself as a "RV Club", not just a motor coach organization. However, that puts them up against Good Sam as a club for all. The biggest "push-back" will come from the high end luxury owners.


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All they need to do is removed one word from the name of the current organization. It could be called the Family Coach Association.
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Old 12-09-2010, 06:06 AM   #4
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Fred you and Gary are both correct.

FMCA has been considering for years having towables join but as you said and I think also they have been getting a lot of flack from the older folks and the upper luxury end people.
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