I can’t wait to start talking about all of the new and exciting things we have in store for attendees who join us for FMCA’s 99th convention.
CINCINNATI (PRWEB) September 12, 2018
FMCA, a Cincinnati-based international association for RV owners, is now accepting registrations for its 99th International Convention and RV Expo. Set to take place March 13 through 16, 2019, at the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter in Perry, Georgia, the FMCA event packs in four days of RV education; daytime and nightly entertainment; shopping for RVs, related components, and accessories; and opportunities for fun and socializing with other RV enthusiasts.
“I’m super excited to get the ball rolling for Perry, our home away from home,” said Doug Uhlenbrock, director of events. “While registration may have just opened, we’re already deep into planning for what should be another outstanding show. I can’t wait to start talking about all of the new and exciting things we have in store for attendees who join us for FMCA’s 99th convention.”
The location of the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter, just off Interstate 75, a main north-south route for snowbirds, makes it an ideal venue for an RV-related gathering in March. A number of FMCA’s largest, most successful events have taken place there, most recently in March 2018. The convention in 2019, which has been dubbed “Peachy In Perry,” will mark FMCA’s 11th event at the fairgrounds.
A variety of registration options are available – ranging from a $10 single-day pass that provides admission only to the exhibits to a $225 full-access pass ($215 with cash or check payment discount). The full-access pass enables the attendee to bring their RV, stay right at the fairgrounds, and enjoy all of the activities with others who share a passion for the RV lifestyle. Early-bird rates currently are in effect and represent a savings of $20 off the gate registration price. Electric hookups can be added for an additional fee.
With so much going on at an FMCA event, one common complaint afterward is that attendees didn’t have enough time to do everything they wanted to. One solution is to sign up for RV Basics. This two-and-a-half-day workshop led by RV experts takes place right at the convention site and right before the event itself starts. The RV Basics course is designed for those new to the RV lifestyle or even those just contemplating the idea, as well as more seasoned RVers looking to brush up on their knowledge.
The cost for the two and a half days of classes — March 10 through 12, 2019 — is $250 per person or $400 per couple. This includes an additional three nights of camping for those who also register for the convention. To learn more, visit http://www.fmca.com/academy.
To register for the convention, RV Basics, or both, visit http://www.fmca.com or call (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622.
FMCA is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the use of self-contained recreation vehicles (RVs). The association maintains its national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has more than 75,000 active member families. FMCA offers its members a number of benefits, including a subscription to its monthly magazine, Family RVing; a medical emergency and travel assistance program valued at $105 per family; a tire purchasing program; group rates on a roadside assistance program, RV and auto insurance, and health insurance; discounted rates for RV tours and caravans; and discounts on mobile internet access plans from Verizon and Sprint. Perhaps the most important benefit of FMCA membership is the camaraderie and friendships that develop among people enjoying the common interest of RV travel. The organization can be reached at (513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622 and on the web at FMCA.com.