Thursday, January 28, 2010

Fleetwood Motorhome Owners Schedule Rally

DECATUR, Ind., Jan. 28 -- Fleetwood RV, Inc., a leading producer of Class A and Class C recreational vehicles, today announced that event registration for the Fleetwood MotorHome Association (FMA) "Drive Your Toys To Illinois" national rally in DuQuoin, Ill. June 26-30, 2010 is now available online at

All Fleetwood motor home owners, regardless of brand, are welcome to attend the event, which will include the latest line up of motor homes, factory service support, informative seminars by key industry suppliers, kids activities, and a variety of family-friendly entertainment.

"We are looking forward to this year's "Drive Your Toys to Illinois" national rally," said John Draheim, president and COO of Fleetwood RV, Inc. "Not only is it an excellent opportunity for us to thank our motor home owners for their loyalty and support, but it is also a chance for us to gather their valuable feedback about all of our product features and innovations."

Registration fees listed below include four nights of camping, four breakfasts, three dinners and two evenings of entertainment:

1 coach / 1 person: $209
1 coach / 2 people: $249
Kids (ages 12 ? 17): $39
Kids (under 12): Free
Additional people (ages 18 and over) - $59 per person

Event highlights include:
For more information about the "Drive Your Toys to Illinois," national rally, including how to register, please visit,

About Fleetwood RV, Inc.

Fleetwood RV, Inc. ("Fleetwood RV" or the "Company") is a leading manufacturer of Class A and Class C recreational vehicles. The Company has one of the best and longest standing distribution networks in the industry and boasts some of the industry's most recognized and iconic brand names such as American Coach and Bounder. Fleetwood RV is headquartered in Decatur, Ind., which is also its principal manufacturing location. The Company also owns Goldshield Fiberglass, Inc., an industry leader in custom molded composite products across a variety of industries including heavy truck and RV.
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