Sweet dreams of a one-stop motorhome shopping experience will become reality in Pomona, California, this month when FMCA’s “California Dreamin'” convention exhibitors offer attendees a look at a vast array of motorhomes and related merchandise.
By Robbin Gould & Peggy Jordan
FMCA members interested in exploring what’s new in the realm of motorhomes and RV products will want to take stock of the exciting array of exhibits that will be set forth at FMCA’s 69th International Convention. On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, March 21, 22, and 23, more than 100 coach manufacturers and in excess of 400 companies that market RV accessories, components, and services will present their wares in Pomona, California, site of FMCA’s “California Dreamin'” convention. Each day from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. these exhibiting companies will welcome convention attendees to their product displays. To many FMCA members, the association’s conventions are the place to find the newest, most up-to-date, most innovative products, including the latest and greatest motorhome models and floor plans.
On Thursday, March 20, convention attendees will be able to get a jump on their exhibit explorations by attending the “Motorhome Preview” from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the outdoor exhibit area. With close to 1,000 motorhomes and custom coach conversions open for touring, the time allotted for this sneak peek will be invaluable!
This article provides a list of the companies that will be exhibiting at the Pomona convention, along with brief descriptions of the products they plan to display. While the list was accurate as of press time, please note that subsequent additions and deletions may alter the list. And now, without further ado….
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Fashionable jewelry will glitter and gleam thanks to A&H Sales (760-772-0804, CA), a company that hails from Indian Wells, California.
Motorhome insurance will be discussed in Pomona by knowledgeable representatives from A Twin Peaks RV Insurance (954-791-5007, FL).
AAA Weigh (818-361-6622, CA) plans to fill its display with a variety of items: plaques, signs, decorative art, cut vinyl items, rope lights, and scales.
Cruisair air conditioners, generators, Sentry battery chargers, and Tundra refrigerator/freezers will be offered for perusal courtesy of AAP (804-633-9454, VA).
Learn the ins and outs of HWH equipment, including the company’s hydraulic leveling and stabilizing systems, from the friendly folks representing Acacia RV Performance (909-824-9674, CA).
Guided, full-service RV tours and rallies are the specialty of Adventure Caravans Inc. (800-872-7897, TX). Company officials will be on hand to explain the fun associated with these RV excursions.
You’ll want to find out what the buzz is about in the Airstream Inc. (937-596-6111, OH) display. The Airstream Skydeck type A motorhome features all the comforts of home “” plus a reach-for-the-skies rooftop patio. A gas-powered version of the coach is available on the Workhorse W-22 chassis; a diesel version is built on the Freightliner XC chassis. The company will also display its array of Land Yacht type A motohomes, offered in both gas and diesel versions.
Officials from AJL Solar (928-453-9288, AZ) stand at the ready to explain how the company’s solar panels and inverters can enhance your motorhome travels.
Glide across the waters of an Alaskan bay on your way to exciting locales made accessible by the Alaska Marine Highway (800-526-6731, AK). This company is part of the state-operated Alaska ferry lines, and its representatives will be glad to provide you with information you may need on your journey north.
Brochures and related information about the popular Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta (505-821-1000, NM) will be available in Pomona. This year, the festival is scheduled for October 4 through 12. Fiesta representatives will also have information handy about Farmington and Ruidoso, New Mexico.
Alcoa forged aluminum RV wheels and accessories will be offered for inspection courtesy of Alcoa Wheel Products (517-622-3886, MI).
Get an insider’s view of how an Allison Transmission (800-252-0770, IN) operates by visiting this company’s display. There, you’ll find a cutaway version of an automatic transmission that reveals its inner workings. The Allison brand 1000MH, 2000MH, 3000MH, and 4000MH transmissions will be shown.
Spiff up your motorhome with the assistance of Miracle towels, mops, and squeegees from Almost Heaven Products (800-693-7468, AZ). The company will also feature sun visors and phone holsters.
Luxury living is found in the Alpine Coach (800-777-4133, WA) lineup of motorhomes, which are built on the company’s own Peak chassis. The 38 FDTS triple-slideout model features front-door entry, a 27-inch living area television, and a 20-inch bedroom television. Options include a 400-horsepower, 8.9-liter Cummins ISL engine with a Jacobs compression brake; solid cherry cabinetry available in three wood tones; a 21.5-cubic-foot Amana residential refrigerator; and a 37-inch plasma TV.
Representatives from Altman’s Winnebago (310-518-6182, CA), a Carson, California, RV dealer, will be glad to show you through the latest motorhome models from Winnebago Industries.
Sales reps from Altmans (626-960-1884, CA) in Baldwin Park, California, will be on hand in the Newmar display to answer questions about that company’s motor coaches.
American Carriage Inc. (661-822-1767, CA), a custom coach converter based in Tehachapi, California, will showcase its luxurious creations in the Prevost exhibit area.
For a lesson in luxury, visit American Coach Inc. (888-869-2254, MI), where two Prevost conversions may steal your heart. First is the 40-foot Prevost XLII, featuring a double slideout installed by American Coach, which creates a flat-floor dining area. Its cousin will be parked nearby: a Prevost 45-foot XLII, dressed with a combination of New Imagicor and cherry hardwood cabinetry and equipped with an AMX remote-control system that operates the standard 42-inch plasma televisions, electric blinds, and all 12-volt lighting. Both beauties also include lightweight Gramablend granite flooring and Flexstone countertops.
A distributor for Amsoil (702-498-6173, NV) will be on hand with a wide product selection, featuring synthetic lubricants for cars, trucks, and RVs. The list will include motor oil, automatic transmission fluid, gear lube, grease, and fuel additives, as well as oil filters, air filters, and car-care appearance products.
Ancira (800-299-1199, TX) sales representatives will welcome you to the Fleetwood motorhome display.
Elegant custom coach conversions will be ensconced in the Angola Coach Inc. (574-665-6361, IN) encampment.
Have a delightful time examining the items in Ann’s Enchanted Cupboard (619-888-9663, TX). They will include dresses, scarf capes, sweatshirts, and “healthy back” bags.
Feast your eyes on the products that will be served up by The Applique Buffet (219-670-2729, TX). These will include iron-on appliqués and assorted crystals and studs, along with blank ladies’ T-shirts to decorate. Patriotic T-shirts, ladies’ hats, and pop-open hampers will be featured also.
You’ll have an opportunity to add to your roving wardrobe with an American-made cotton garment showcased by Aries & Taurus Drawstring Co. (714-870-6557, CA).
Atwood, Wedgewood, and Hydro Flame products will be set forth under the Atwood Mobile Products (815-877-5700, IL) banner.
Orders for computer-engraved name badges will be filled by Badges “R” Us (760-212-0682, CA). Signs and related accessories will be available also.
If you’ve been thinking that a scooter is just what you need to tool around the campground, visit the folks from Badsey.Com Inc. (714-895-9002, CA). They’ll be happy to extol the features of the electric scooters that will fill their display.
What could be better than a beachfront campsite with full hookups? If this sounds appealing, you’ll want to put Baja Seasons Beach Resort “” Baja California, Mexico (800-754-4190, CA) on your must-visit list. This RV park south of the border also offers villas and a motel for your non-RVing friends and relatives.
Officials from Bank Of The West (925-280-7965, CA) will be happy to discuss RV financing with you in Pomona.
Banks Power (800-438-7693, CA) has expanded its line of engine power enhancement systems to include the GM 8.1-liter Workhorse and Cummins 8.3-liter ISC motorhome engines. Banks also builds power systems for Cummins ISB, B, and C diesel pushers, and for gasoline-powered Ford 6.8-liter V-10 and 7.5-liter V-8 engines and GM 7.4-liter V-8s. In addition, Banks offers a complete line of power and braking systems for gas and diesel trucks. During your stay in Pomona, call Banks for a factory tour, as the company’s facilities are a mere 15 minutes away.
Check out the Auto Drain electric dump valves that Barker Mfg. Co. (269-965-2371, MI) will have to offer. Other featured items include electric antennas, the Outrigger, and the Tote Tank.
A new ladder from Beanstalk Ladder Co. Inc. (866-342-0411, AZ) can be configured to serve a variety of applications. The company’s RV ladders are lightweight, easy to use, and can be stored easily.
Beaudry RV (520-295-4954, AZ) will host open houses of motorhomes bearing the Monaco, Country Coach, Fleetwood, American Coach, Holiday Rambler, National RV, Phoenix, and Chinook names.
Learn about the many amenities offered at Beaudry RV Resort (520-295-4854, AZ), located in Tucson, Arizona.
Beaver Motor Coaches Inc. (541-389-1144), located in Bend, Oregon, will bring a comely contingent of Beaver motorhomes to Pomona for convention attendees’ inspection.
Benbow Valley RV Resort (707-923-2777, CA) is a national award-winning RV resort and golf course located in Garberville, California. This full-service destination resort makes the perfect home base when exploring the area’s unforgettable redwood trees and California’s Lost Coast.
Shock absorbers will be the featured “performers” in the Bilstein (858-386-5900, CA) display.
Blue Bird Wanderlodge (800-486-7122, GA) motorhomes will welcome you inside with their luxurious appointments. Blue Bird representatives will be happy to show you through the Blue Bird LX, LXi, and M380 models.
Many RVers trust towing equipment from Blue Ox/Automatic Equipment Mfg. Co. (402-385-3051, NE). Products include the Aventa II steel tow bar, with a self-aligning pivot design; the RV Underskirt, which provides protection for towed vehicles and towing equipment; an aluminum motorcycle rack; and the Toad Stop and Toad Stop II braking devices for towed vehicles.
Learn why more and more RVers are using Pocketmail equipment for their e-mail needs; pay a visit to Bob Howe Enterprises (619-851-6480, AZ). Microfiber towels and mops also will be featured.
Once you have a spec pin from Bolton Enterprises (877-685-8763, CA), you might wonder how you ever got along with it. This beautiful pin can be worn on a blouse or shirt, and it doubles as a convenient hanging place for eyeglasses when they’re not being worn. Spec pins also may be used as scarf pins, and to hold name badges.
Charm bracelets, puzzles, and Fiesta stuffed animals will make the browsing enjoyable at Bonita’s Cool Jewels (702-498-9433, NV).
RVers will be able to learn about the BrakeBuddy (704-904-2869, NC) supplemental braking system in Pomona. This self-contained, electric/pneumatic device plugs into the cigarette lighter or accessory outlet of the towed vehicle. It can be installed in minutes, and is easily transferable between most vehicles.
Prevost conversions from Bruce Coach (250-832-7037, BC, Canada) will set dreams afire in the outdoor exhibit area.
Representatives from two locations of Buddy Gregg Motor Homes Inc. (865-675-1986, TN; 972-420-8586, TX) will be glad to show you an array of Prevost coach conversions, as well as motorhomes manufactured by Monaco and Country Coach.
If you think a new Monaco motorhome might be in your future, you’ll want to see the beauties showcased by C&D Motorhomes (888-221-6868, CA), a San Diego, California, RV dealer.
A cornucopia of items will fill the C&I Sales (800-673-9798, OR) display: woven outdoor mats, dog beds, and alpaca wool sweaters, as well as awning shades, J hooks, and mat and tent stakes.
Fashionable clothing and jewelry will tempt convention-goers who visit C&N Enterprises (407-896-7043, FL).
I-Net mobile satellite systems and high-speed Internet access will be proffered by C Com Satellite Systems Inc. (613-745-4110, ON, Canada).
Cajun Cadillac Cookers (225-647-1921, LA) will offer cooking equipment for your next outdoor banquet, including cast-iron burners with automatic ignition, cast-iron pots, and Roux spoons. Other products will include patio mats, Bug Off pads, sun screens, Micro lights, and pencil magnets.
While you’re in the Golden State, you’ll want to explore as many of its treasures as possible. Let the folks from the California Travel Parks Association (530-885-1624, CA) help. They’ll have a variety of RV and camping guides to help you plan your itinerary.
If you’re a rally planner, you might want to consider Gillette, Wyoming, home of Cam-Plex Multi-Event Facilities (307-682-0552, WY) as a possible site. Stop by the company’s booth to learn about upcoming events.
RV accessories galore will fill the Camper’s Choice Inc. (800-833-6713, AL) display. This company specializes in RV supplies, parts, and appliances.
Look for Campfire In A Can (250-979-8048, NV) as you stroll through the indoor exhibit area. This new compact, portable campfire is designed to burn manufactured fire logs or charcoal. The fire is contained in a specially designed stainless-steel burner unit. The multipurpose canister is used to extinguish the fire as well as to carry and store the burner unit. The product can easily be stored in an RV.
Learn how to save money on overnight rates with a campground membership from Campground Membership Outlet (352-242-0401, FL).
It’s easy to find the Camping World (270-781-2718, KY) display “” just look for the largest assemblage in the indoor exhibit arena. The company will be offering an assortment of RV-related parts, accessories, and items that make the RVing experience more enjoyable.
Holiday Rambler and Georgie Boy motorhomes will be parked for inspection in the outdoor exhibit area, thanks to Canyon Coach & Trailer (909-514-0383, CA), a Colton, California, RV dealer.
RVing is supposed to be fun and hassle-free, and that goes for the awnings on your coach, too. Check out the RV awnings featured by Carefree Of Colorado (303-469-3324, CO).
If you’re looking for a motorhome service facility, Tom and Teresa Carrier invite you to stop by their booth in Pomona. Carrier & Sons RV Service (541-461-1673, OR) is based in Eugene, Oregon, and performs all types of motorhome maintenance, repairs, and service. The company is a factory warranty center for a number of coach manufacturers and appliance manufacturers.
What could be better for traveling than comfortable cotton clothing? If this is your kind of wardrobe, you’ll want to inspect the items set forth by Casual Cottons (570-437-3333, PA).
Caterpillar Inc. (309-675-5260, IL) invites FMCA members to take an up-close-and-personal look at the company’s diesel engines.
The array of ladies’ clothing, jewelry, handbags, hats, and hair accessories exhibited by CL Enterprise (321-427-9866, FL) will no doubt make the choosing difficult.
Let The Cleaning Product Co. (253-691-4027, SD) go to work for you. The company’s lineup of products includes The Solution waterless wash, which can be used inside and outside your coach, and White Diamond, a concentrated polish for metal surfaces, including aluminum and chrome wheels. In addition, Piranha bacterial waste digester can help whip your holding tank into shape.
See more clearly after visiting Coach Glass (541-684-7868, OR). The company features replacements and repairs of type A motorhome windshields.
The sporty, spritely Platinum motorhome will attract attention in the outdoor exhibit area. This type C coach manufactured by Coach House Inc. (941-485-0984, FL), of Nokomis, Florida, is available in 23-foot and 27-foot models, with and without slideouts.
Learn more about FMCA’s emergency roadside assistance service from representatives of Coach-Net (800-863-6740, AZ), the company that provides this valuable benefit. The Coach-Net team consists of certified RV and chassis technicians who are available to assist motorhomers 24 hours a day.
Travel and tourism information about the wonderful Western city of Cody, Wyoming, will be available from the Cody Country Visitors Council (307-587-2297, WY).
Visit Coil n’ Wrap (866-603-8388, AZ), a marketer of handy devices that quickly coil hoses, cords, and cables. These include TV Cable Quick-Connects and fishlike, retractable phone/modem cords. The company will feature a new item in Pomona: the Wind Fence, which was made with RVers in mind. When it’s set up, this light, portable device will provide wind and/or shade protection.
Comfort RV Specialty (909-350-3560, CA) plans to spotlight Quilt Magic picture kits. In addition, company reps will be conducting demonstrations of the relaxing Chi Machine. Hurricane diesel heating and hot water systems also will be available.
A tantalizing array of glass and gemstone jewelry, as well as beaded baskets, will appear under the Companion’s Jewelry (949-235-4835, CA) banner.
Link up with the help of Computer Connections Inc. (541-830-5800, OR). Company reps will be happy to explain the features of the laptop computers, mapping systems, cell phone antennas, and GPS systems they’ll have on display.
RV extended service contracts will be “the” conversation topic in the Continued Service Plan (303-996-5404, CO) exhibit.
According to Corrosion Technologies Corporation (800-638-7361, TX), you can say good-bye to coach exterior damage caused by bugs, tar, grease, oil, bird droppings, tree sap, and other contaminants. RejeX, a polymer coating originally developed for the aviation community, is now available for RVs and other vehicles. Once RejeX is applied to the coach, cleaning time reportedly is cut by two-thirds. Bugs just wash off with a stream of water. CorrosionX, which stops and prevents rust or corrosion, also can be used as a lubricant for locks, hinges, sliding tracks on doors and windows, generators, and batteries.
Country Coach Inc. (800-654-0223, OR) is unveiling four new triple-slideout floor plans that feature completely flat-floor slides. The 40-foot Allure Newport offers a curbside galley and a spacious bedroom. The Intrigue’s 42-foot Ovation features a bedroom/bathroom slideout, his and hers vanity sinks, and three full-height pass-through bays. The 42-foot Magna Chalet is accented with new indirect lighting, elliptical ceiling lights, and a large pantry. The Affinity’s 45-foot Luxury Suite boasts a large radiused shower enclosure; indirect lighting; extra-large living room windows; and a double-bowl, solid-surface galley sink. In addition, the 2004 Country Coach Prevost Conversion contains a brand-new residential-style electrical system, as well as user-friendly audio and video systems with touch-screen control, long-range wireless remote controls, a 60-inch projection TV, and much more. Other must-see features include the projection TV system on the Intrigue, and the Magna’s new full-body paint scheme.
Come see the dazzling assortment of 14-karat-gold jewelry and charms that will be assembled under the Creations Of Gold (303-809-6178, CO) banner.
Creative World Travel (800-732-8337, LA) conducts RV caravans and rallies in many delightful locations, and offers other tours around the globe. Stop by the company’s booth to learn more about these events and destinations.
Cummins Engine Co. (812-377-1391, IN) invites convention attendees to inspect the company’s line of diesel engines.
Custom Instrument Panels (310-515-4974, CA) features new and exciting designs for bus conversions and type A motorhomes, including a new line of Teleflex gauges; color and black-and-white backup monitor systems; navigation systems; digital AC/DC panels; systems monitor panels; night vision rearview mirrors with compass; King Dome satellite systems; and drop-down TV systems. Ask about the company’s new, expanded facility in Carson, California.
Take your RV financing needs to the experts manning the Customer One Financial (860-388-1121, CT) display.
Cynthia Rouse (916-944-7132, CA) will be delighted to have you peruse her convention lineup, which will include T-shirts and sweatshirts; denim clothing; sleeve clips; and jewelry.
See the new Escaper LX 400 type A motorhome from Damon Corporation (574-262-2624, IN). This luxury coach features full body paint and is available in two-slideout and four-slideout models. It’s built on a Freightliner XC chassis featuring independent front suspension, a 400-horsepower engine, a side radiator, and a hydraulic generator slideout. Interior appointments include a dishwasher, polished ceramic tile, Corian counters, solid wood cabinets, and sculptured carpets. Damon’s Challenger, DayBreak, Intruder, and Ultrasport models will also be featured.
Axles, brakes, wheel ends, and tire-pressure management systems will be set forth in Pomona by Dana Corporation (616-567-1307, MI).
Peruse some examples of custom cabinetry exhibited by Davis Cabinets Inc. (541-998-8778, OR), and it’s possible you’ll start considering a face-lift for your coach interior.
Blue Bird Wanderlodge motorhomes will steal the show at the display space occupied by De Martini RV Sales (800-576-1921, CA), a Grass Valley, California, dealer.
Put on the brakes at the Demco-Dethmers Mfg. Co. (800-543-3626, IA) display, where you’ll find myriad solutions to your towing needs. The Senturian is a two-stage tow bar braking system “” one stage adjusts proportionally for normal stops; the other applies maximum brakes for panic stops. Other products will include the Excalibar steel tow bar, the Aluminator aluminum tow bar, the Kwik Tow tow bar, and the Sentry tow bar deflector for towed vehicles.
Dermac Labs Inc. (503-399-8181, OR) will have something for everyone in your rolling family: Touch of Mink skin products for the two-legged travelers, and Minksheen pet products for your furry companions.
Representatives from Desert Shores Resort (760-578-7082, CA) will be extolling the amenities of this Indio, California, facility.
The financing you need to purchase that new or preowned motorhome “” or to refinance your existing coach “” can be obtained with the help of Destination Financial Services (406-721-2562, MT).
Detroit Diesel and Mercedes diesel engines, parts, and maintenance products will be featured by Detroit Diesel Corporation (313-592-5000, MI).
Dog and spring ornaments will share center stage with no-sew quilt and floral sachet craft kits, needlework kits, and books in the Dobco Products (602-741-7751, AZ) display.
Take a gander at the diverse array of RV products that Dometic Corporation (574-294-2511, IN) will feature. These will include Dometic refrigerators and microwave ovens, Duo-Therm air conditioners, A&E awnings, and SeaLand toilets.
Dri Wash ‘N Guard (760-346-1984, CA) waterless cleaning products will be available for convention-goers’ perusal.
Dynamax Corporation (888-295-7859, IN) can offer you more of what you desire in a motorhome: more power with the 39-foot Grand Sport diesel, available with up to 505 horsepower; more choices with the ISATA Sport Sedan, offered in seven lengths ranging from 22 to 31 feet; more versatility with the 21-foot Starflyte, which functions as a motorhome and “the ultimate SUV”; and more for your money with the economical Carri-Go.
Enjoy a restful sojourn amid the majestic scenery of Alaska. Information about Eagle’s Rest RV Park (800-553-7275, AK), a resort located in Valdez, will be available in Pomona.
If you’re looking for the freedom to confidently travel year-round on remote trails and in secluded locations for extended periods of time, an EarthRoamer Xpedition Vehicle from EarthRoamer.com LLC (720-304-3174, CO) may be for you. These four-wheel-drive, all-weather motorhomes are specially designed for stand-alone operation. Their yacht-quality interior includes a full-size California king bed, granite counters, and plentiful storage capacity.
Hughes Autoformers will fill the Eaton Sales (435-632-9181, UT) exhibit.
Officials from Edgewater RV Resort Properties Inc. (406-582-1211, MT), based in Bozeman, Montana, will be providing resort information.
Stop. Go to E-Go Products Co. (513-821-4913, OH), which will purvey its E-Go electric scooters in Pomona.
El Dorado Ranch (800-404-2599, CO) officials invite FMCAers to “Come to the sun” in San Felipe, Baja California. Guided caravans depart weekly. The resort features a beach, a tennis club, a spa, a pool, restaurants, sea kayaks, horseback riding, and many other amenities. Full-hookup sites are situated on the beach, and casita rentals are available.
Elite Enterprise (909-595-0850, CA) is introducing three models of three-wheeled E-Shuttle electric scooters. All three models are foldable and fit in most motorhome storage compartments. They attain a top speed of 20 mph and have a range of 25 miles per charge. And, because the scooters are all-electric, they are environmentally friendly. The company will also bring its 500-watt, two-wheeled scooters; gas scooters; and other models that are popular among children and teenagers. Special pricing will be offered to FMCA members.
Set in California’s Coachella Valley, Emerald Desert Golf & RV Resort (760-345-4770, CA) is touted as one of the finest adult destination RV resorts anywhere. This Palm Desert facility features more than 600 full-hookup sites, spacious clubhouses and group meeting facilities, a workout room and indoor spa, a golf course, a lighted putting green, lighted dog runs, and more. Guests are welcome to stay overnight or for a season.
Take a look at Emobile (714-349-2258, CA) electric scooters and consider the convenience afforded by these quiet, environmentally friendly units.
If you’re looking for destination RV resorts around the United States, representatives from Encore Properties (407-390-9300, FL) may be able to help. This company owns and operates RV resorts in Florida, Texas, California, and Arizona.
Battery-charged electric folding bikes will be the featured items under the Eryder USA LLC (940-368-0525, CO) sign.
Allow a representative from Evergreen RV Center Inc. (830-625-5500, TX), of New Braunfels, Texas, to escort you through a comely selection of Country Coach motorhomes.
Make your motorhome squeaky clean with the help of a squeegee from Eze-Tyme (570-594-5689, PA).
Convention attendees will want to stop at the booth occupied by national office employees of the Family Motor Coach Association (800-543-3622, OH). While there, you can learn more about your membership benefits. Free Internet access will be available at a nearby booth, too. And be sure to inspect all of the new FMCA logo merchandise that is now available “” shirts, jackets, hats, and accessories.
The Endless Breeze by Fan-Tastic Vent is a 12-volt portable fan that has a variety of uses in the motorhome. Representatives from Fan-Tastic Vent Florida Dist. (800-655-2644, FL) will display this product along with other exhaust fans in the Fan-Tastic Vent line.
Discover the adventure and joy of caravan travel with Fantasy RV Tours (970-642-4568, CO). Representatives will be on hand to describe itineraries for the company’s upcoming tours and rallies in locations around the world.
Representatives from Farm & City Insurance (800-331-1520, IA) will be on hand to discuss motorhome insurance with convention-goers.
Stunning Prevost coach conversions will draw admirers to the Featherlite Luxury Coaches (407-323-1120, FL) exhibit area.
Findlay RV Inc. (702-435-2500, NV) sales personnel will acquaint exhibit visitors with the line of Fleetwood motorhomes.
Fire & Life Safety (503-559-7623, OR) will offer a variety of safety products for the motorhome. You can inspect Hawk fire extinguishers; flame retardant; Costar carbon monoxide detectors; Firex smoke alarms; and Cold Fire products.
Flags Galore ‘N’ More (541-944-5958, OR) will tempt you with a fun array of flags, wind wheels, windsocks, mini banners, flag holders, spinners, and windsock poles.
Flags, flagpoles, and flag brackets, along with fanny packs, shoulder bags, and computer cases, will vie for attention at the Flags On The Go (928-927-6857, AZ) display.
American Coach Prevost conversions will be presented by Flagship RV’s (352-242-3900, FL).
Plan to stay awhile in the Fleetwood RV (800-444-4905, CA) display, for you’ll want to tour the company’s numerous motorhome models. From Fleetwood’s American Coach division will come new editions of the American Heritage, the “ultimate luxury coach”; the American Eagle, now available with the Spartan Active Ride independent full suspension system; and the American Tradition and the American Dream, now offered with the OnStar system. Other models will include the Revolution, featuring standard full body paint; the Providence and the Excursion, offered in new triple-slideout and quad-slideout models; and the Discovery, including a full-paint edition and a new shorter, 35-foot model. The list includes the Expedition, also featuring full-body paint, a new triple-slideout model, and a new shorter, 34-foot length; the Pace Arrow and the Southwind, featuring all-new triple-slideout models; and the Bounder, including an all-new 35E floor plan with two bathrooms. Look, too, for the Flair, Storm, Terra, Fiesta, Jamboree, and Tioga.
Aquatec variable-speed, high-output water pumps will be exhibited by Fleming Sales Company Inc. (574-295-0234, IN). Brite Bars “” illuminated assist handles “” will be offered as well.
The high-quality look of granite without the heavy weight? Yes, it’s possible with Granite Lite tile flooring, which will be exhibited by Flexstone (206-610-5772, IN). Carpeting will be featured also.
Flojet – ITT Industries (949-859-4945, CA) will offer a useful assortment of items, including water pumps, RV waste pumps, oil change kits, searchlights, water inlet regulators, and Sensor VSD (variable speed drive) water pressure system pumps.
Motorhome chassis built by Ford Motor Company (313-390-2046, MI) will be displayed for convention-goers’ inspection.
Motorhome models bearing the names Tsunami, Reflection, Windsong, and Georgetown will be parked for touring in the Forest River Inc. (574-262-5426, IN) display.
Sales representatives from Foretravel’s company dealerships will be on hand in Pomona to provide you with all the answers you need about the Foretravel Inc. (936-564-8367, TX) motorhome line: Foretravel Northwest (509-325-1911, Liberty Lake, Washington); Foretravel of California (760-747-4800, Escondido); and Foretravel of Texas (972-276-3673, Garland; and 936-564-8367, Nacogdoches).
Come to Four Corners Trading (301-346-6545, TX) to view an assortment of sterling silver jewelry, including handmade American Indian jewelry and pieces featuring Southwest styles.
Ladies, you’ll want to visit Fran’s (800-527-8927, TX) to augment your traveling wardrobe. T-shirts, vests, jackets, shorts, and accessories will be available for inspection. Look, too, at the wind spirals Fran’s will be featuring.
Voltage boosters, century wire, and cable extension cords will be brought to Pomona by Frank’s Electronics (626-443-4281, CA).
You’ll have the opportunity to visit Freightliner Custom Chassis (864-487-1700, SC) and view the company’s diesel-powered motorhome chassis firsthand. Freightliner produces the XC, XCS, and Powerliner chassis series.
With the help of Ganis Credit Corporation (714-481-8668, CA), you can arrange for a loan and drive away from the “California Dreamin'” convention in a new motorhome. Knowledgeable company representatives will be on hand to explain the company’s RV financing program.
Garnet Technologies Inc. (817-578-8601, TX) will display its digital Seelevel tank monitoring system for RVs. Other highlighted products will include the Drainmaster and the Autodrain.
Campground entertaining can be so much easier with a folding serving cart from Gaviota Cart LLC (719-684-2414, CO).
Impact, Primepact, and Quietpact RV generators will vie for attention under the Generac Power Systems Inc. (262-473-5514, WI) banner.
Learn about the latest features in Monaco, Safari, and Fleetwood motorhomes from representatives of Giant RV (909-981-0444, CA), an Upland, California, dealer.
RV insurance will be the hot conversation topic in the Gilbert RV Insurance Inc. (888-784-6787, FL) display.
You’ll have the opportunity to scrutinize the Vigia automatic tire pressure system, which will be set forth by Gio-Set Corporation (949-412-9393, CA).
The coach is parked, the patio is set up, and the awning is out for a relaxing time under the canopy. If you’re missing the “awning” part of the story, visit the Girard Awnings (800-382-8442, CA) display.
Windshield repair is the specialty of Glas Weld Systems Inc. (800-321-2597, OR). Stop by the company’s booth to learn the particulars.
Glendinning Marine Products (843-399-6146, SC) can improve life on the road with the Hosemaster, which makes quick work of storing and retrieving your motorhome’s water hose, and the Cablemaster, which does likewise with electrical cords. You’ll have the opportunity to inspect both of these items in Pomona.
Club memberships and related products and publications will be exhibited by representatives of The Good Sam Club (805-667-4455, CA).
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. (330-796-0026, OH) will feature two sizes of its new G670RV tire: 275/70R 22.5 and 295/80R 22.5. You’ll also have the opportunity to inspect other tires for motorhomes and towed vehicles, including the G647RSA, G169RSA, and G159; the Goodyear Marathon trailer tire; and the Goodyear Wrangler HT.
Great West Vans (204-338-9303, MB, Canada), a coach manufacturer from St. Andrews, Manitoba, invites you to inspect its Classic and Classic Supreme type B motorhomes.
Country Coach and Monaco motorhomes will be showcased by Guaranty RV Center (541-998-1148, OR), based in Junction City, Oregon.
Proceed to Gulf Stream Coach Inc. (574-773-7761, IN) where you’ll be able to tour the motorhomes produced by this manufacturer, including the Scenic Cruiser, Friendship, SunVoyager, Independence, Conquest, Yellowstone, Ultra B Touring Cruiser, and new Atrium.
Obtain information about Hacienda RV Resort (505-528-5800, NM), located in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
If you’re heading north to Alaska, you’ll want to stop by the Haines Hitch-Up RV Park (907-766-2882, AK) display in Pomona to gather information about this park and the Haines, Alaska, area.
If you just can’t get comfortable at night, perhaps a visit to Handcraft Mattress Co. Inc. (800-241-7751, CA) is in order. The company offers custom-made mattresses for RVs.
Representatives from Happy Daze RV (916-921-2222, CA) will gladly acquaint you with the National RV motorhomes they’ll be displaying.
The original Sun Ancon Chi Machine and the Hot House Reflex Energizer will be demonstrated by representatives from Health Builders “” The “Chi” Machine (562-947-6565, CA).
Follow your nose to the Health Craft Cooking Show (813-881-0256, FL), where company representatives will be demonstrating the usefulness of Health Craft waterless, greaseless cookware, along with Arrowhead cutlery and the Kitchen Machine.
If you’re planning to visit other parts of California after the “California Dreamin'” convention, you’ll want to chat with the folks from the Hemet Visitor & Tourism Council (909-765-9317, CA), who will be glad to answer your questions about that area.
A number of well-known names associated with RV performance enhancement will be represented by Henderson’s Line-Up (800-245-8309, OR): Super Steer, Safe-T-Plus, Koni, Bilstein, ipd, M&G, Blue Ox, and Tigertrak.
Heritage Art Ltd. (800-323-2865, MN) can help motorhomers add a touch of individuality to their coach. The company creates custom-imaged murals printed on adhesive-backed vinyl, using a 3M-licensed process. RVers are welcome to bring their own artwork. Standard images will be available as well.
An assortment of RV accessories will fill the booth occupied by Hilldale Enterprises (513-604-0164, OH). You’ll find Mary Kay cosmetics, as well as craft items; EMS monitors; and OdorCon, Odorid, and Purogene products.
Classy, custom Prevost conversions by Hoffman Coach Company (814-723-4550, PA) will be open for your inspection.
Holiday Motorhomes (425-423-9500, WA), an Everett, Washington, RV dealer, will feature diesel-pusher motorhomes manufactured by Alpine Coach/Western Recreational Vehicles.
Holiday Rambler (574-862-7211, IN), a division of Monaco Coach Corporation, will showcase a variety of gas and diesel motorhome models bearing the familiar Holiday Rambler moniker.
Representatives from Holland Motor Homes (616-396-1461, MI), which also has a facility in San Diego (800-961-4464, CA), will be showing FMCAers through Blue Bird Wanderlodge motorhomes and American Coach Prevost conversions.
All the benefits of a van “” good fuel economy and ease of driving and parking “” are combined with a comfortable “house” to create the Roadtrek type B motorhome. Perhaps that’s why these are the number-one-selling type B motorhomes in North America. Visit the Home & Park Motorhomes (519-745-1169, ext. 116, ON, Canada) exhibit and inspect them for yourself.
Prevent dirt, sand, and grease from entering your home on wheels or your stationary home with the help of the long-lasting nylon-on-rubber mats from Home Mats Inc. (702-454-0668, NV). These mats also can be used for pets, in offices, on boats, and as car mats. Ask about Carpet Control, designed to prevent slippage of mats placed on top of carpeting. The company also offers mats for exterior and interior steps, complete with hook-and-loop self-fastening material for installation; logo mats and new patterns; welcome mats; and picture mats. The mats are machine-washable. Large mats for home or office can be special-ordered. Check out the company’s new line of area rugs, too.
HWH Corporation (800-321-3494, IA) makes hydraulic leveling and stabilizing systems that have set countless coaches “straight” over the years. They’ll be sharing space with HWH’s slideout room extensions.
Oranges have proven to be popular and effective cleaning agents of late. Thus, Touch of Orange wood care products, which will be presented in Pomona by Iivus Marketing Inc. (530-347-5529, CA), may be just the ticket for your coach cleaning needs.
The folks from In Motion Satellite Systems Inc. (941-350-3075, FL) will feature TracStar in-motion satellite systems; King Dome satellite systems; RCA receivers and related equipment; and products from Hughes and Sony.
Allison transmissions, parts, and service are the specialties of Industrial Automatic Transmission Service/Inland Truck Parts (972-438-1406, TX). The company also will provide Morse controls, Rocone coolers, Telma transmission retarders, and Allison Gold Service filters, among other items.
Visit with Ingram RV (541-463-0405, OR) reps while you take a tour of Alfa Leisure motorhomes.
Consult with the folks from Innovative Coach Works (316-794-2831, KS) to become acquainted with the conversion services the company offers.
The Slide Master cargo slide will be spotlighted in the Innovative Industries Inc. (715-627-4467, WI) display.
An antisway bar for the Workhorse W22 chassis is now available from ipd Co. Inc. (800-444-6486, OR), along with shock absorber applications for that chassis. The company also offers a rear sway bar for the Freightliner XC chassis. Stop by and ask ipd officials about other applications, too.
Be fashionably attired and avoid the sun with a pocket hat, sunglasses, or a sun visor, all of which will be proffered in Pomona by Island Star Basics (360-961-0281, OR).
Look to J&W Wireless Communications (602-363-4287, AZ) for AT&T and Verizon cell phones, service, and accessories. J&W also will make available Wilson and Rangestar cell phone antennas, as well as the DirecTV, Pocketmail, and DirecPC services.
Jayco Inc. (574-825-5861, IN) invites convention-goers to inspect its type A motorhome models: the gas-powered Firenza and the diesel-powered Avatar. Type C Granite Ridge and Greyhawk models will be featured also.
You’ll be able to observe the usefulness of the Food Saver vacuum food storage system, which will be demonstrated by representatives of JCM Inc. (484-452-6208, PA).
Lifeline batteries and Bully Dog products will appear under the Jerry Clark Enterprises (702-394-4429, NV) banner.
Stop by the JJ’s Gold & Gems (405-732-2533, OK) booth for a look at 14-karat gold jewelry, many types of gems, sterling silver pieces, and American Indian jewelry. Hand-decorated hats for ladies and straw hats for men will also be featured, including Tilley Endurable hats and crushable hats for ladies. In addition, JJ’s is the authorized dealer of logo jewelry for Monaco, Safari, Beaver, and Holiday Rambler.
Joey Bed Inc. (800-522-5639, OR) will roll out its line of cargo-rollout drawers, which create convenient, accessible storage in many types of vehicles, including motorhomes and bus conversions. Three models are available: single, two-way, and a dual extender model. These drawers feature adjustable widths and load capacities from 500 to 2,000 pounds, depending on the model.
The health benefits of juice are well-known. Thus, you’ll want to check out the items exhibited by Juice Plus (641-592-1577, IA). Company reps will be glad to tell you all about Juice Plus capsules, Complete Drink, and Thins, as well as J+ Gummies for kids.
You’ll have the opportunity to inspect the 2003 edition of the Big Rigs Best Bets Campground Directory. This 300-plus-page, spiral-bound book contains RV park listings in 26 states. K&E Big Rigs Best Bets (830-792-9170, TX) also will debut the wireless Web RV Park Network, which offers 24-hour wireless Internet service in your motorhome at select RV parks coast to coast.
Peruse the beautiful, handmade porcelain scarf pins and earrings, plus hand-painted silk scarves, that Karen Nolke (818-341-3321, CA) will feature.
The official supplier of FMCA coach and towed vehicle plates, chapter officer and national officer plates, mounting bracket kits, FMCA logo key return tags, and FMCA logo hitch receiver covers will be on hand in Pomona. Pay a visit to Kiley Mold Company (513-875-3223, OH).
Visit King Controls (952-922-6889, MN) for an explanation of the King Dome satellite TV system.
An array of West Bend kitchen accessories will no doubt lure galley chefs to the Kitchen Craft International (352-735-2850, FL) display.
KVH Industries Inc. (401-856-8141, RI) offers a variety of options for today’s technology-minded RVer. Company reps will be glad to explain the features of TracVision satellite television antenna systems, TracNet mobile high-speed Internet systems, Tracphone satellite telephone systems, and eTrac mini C/GPS satellite systems.
Kwik Link (805-473-2512, CA) will introduce its new “bulletproof” hose to FMCAers in Pomona. Folks will also have the opportunity to scrutinize the Dust Cover, which was introduced in 2002, in addition to Kwik Link’s line of rigid quick-connect systems for RV water supplies.
Save your back and make loading easy by installing a cargo slide on your coach. Kwikee Products Company Inc. (541-942-3888, OR) offers a variety of slides, as well as utility trays, automatic electric entry steps, Kwik-Lube, and Level Best leveling jacks.
Damon motorhomes will be open for tours by the folks from La Mesa RV (858-874-8000, CA).
Ladies will want to visit the Lady Jayne (585-787-1850, NY) booth to choose from charm jewelry that reflects their own interests.
Convention-goers will be able to learn more about the new Ledford’s Jess Ranch Lakes RV Resort (888-240-5377, CA), located in Apple Valley, California. The full-hookup, landscaped lots at this facility vary in size from 45 feet by 70 feet to 45 feet by 90 feet, and each is equipped with sprinklers and a concrete slab for an RV. Amenities at this gated resort include wide streets, a pool, a clubhouse, and laundry facilities.
Representatives from two locations selling Liberty Coach Prevost conversions “” Liberty Coach Inc. (847-578-4600, IL) of North Chicago, Illinois, and Liberty Coach of Florida (800-554-9877, FL), of Stuart “” will be displaying these luxurious custom coaches.
Good batteries are a must for your motorhome, and representatives from Lifeline Batteries (626-969-6886, CA) will be in Pomona with their products.
Learn more about The Lightning Bug Club (303-337-5169, CO) by speaking with representatives in Pomona. This Web-based club will be offering free memberships at the convention. The purpose of the club is to allow RVers to post ratings and reviews of RV resorts online.
Fun stuff, such as light-up hats and dolls, as well as Microbuddy steamers, will fill the booth occupied by Lightwear/Columbo Sales (580-338-4625, OK).
Semi-permanent cosmetics are the specialty of Lip Ink (928-580-7394, AZ).
At the M&G Engineering (903-675-1147, TX) display, be sure to check out the supplemental braking systems for towed vehicles, as well as breakaway systems. M&G also sells tow bars that make it possible to back up a motorhome without unhooking the towed vehicle.
You can make any day “laundry day” (and you won’t need any quarters) with your own washer-dryer combo. Representatives from Majestic Appliance Division of MSI (800-678-8002, WA) will be in Pomona to feature the Majestic washer-dryer.
Bus conversion enthusiasts will be interested in paging through the magazine offered by MAK Publishing/Bus Conversions Magazine (714-799-0062, CA).
Marathon Coach Inc. (541-343-9991, OR) will showcase its custom conversion handiwork in the Prevost display area.
It’s convenient and folds down when not in use “” it’s a Calap-Z-Table from Mark of Excellence (541-688-7726, OR).
Mary Moppins (541-607-9498, OR), of Eugene, Oregon, has added Bio Ox Stain Eraser, a tile grout cleaner, to its line of cleaning products. The company also sells tools designed to wash, dry, and dust the inside and outside of the motorhome, including Mary Moppins squeegees, wash pads, and microfiber towels.
Ironing is made easier with the Miracle ironing board cover, Miracle see-through press cloths, and iron cord holders “” some of the products that Measurematic (707-745-1138, CA) will have on hand.
Inquire about the program available to RVers from Medical Emergency Plus (800-334-7784, WA).
Representatives from Michelin North America (864-458-6721, SC) will be happy to explain the features of Michelin tires designed specifically for RVs, including the XRV.
Microphor Inc. (707-459-5563, CA) will display its brand of RV toilets and related accessories in Pomona.
You’ll be inspired to whip up some new dishes after perusing the Microwave Connection (952-890-9066, MN) exhibit. Cooking expert Janet Sadlack will proffer cookbooks that focus on microwave-convection oven cooking. She’ll also feature cooking utensils for use in the microwave oven.
Mike Thompson’s RV Super Stores (888-569-1630, 562-921-0955, CA) sales representatives will be escorting convention attendees through new motorhomes in the Country Coach camp. They’ll also be ready to show you the newest American Eagle models and other coaches in the Fleetwood display.
Elegant Prevost coach conversions crafted by Millennium Luxury Coach Co. (561-844-7148, FL) might just take your breath away in the Prevost display area.
You’ll have the opportunity to discuss your RV insurance needs with experts from Miller Insurance Agency (503-636-6347, OR).
Save your coach from sun and weather damage with an RV cover from Mitchell Schliebs (909-390-5341, CA).
Plan to stay awhile in the Monaco Coach Corporation (800-634-0855, OR) encampment in the outdoor display area. This company will bring a contingent of gasoline- and diesel-powered motorhomes from its Monaco, Executive, Holiday Rambler, Safari, and Beaver lines. At Monaco’s indoor exhibit booth, logo clothing and accessories will be available.
Satellite systems that enable you to access the Internet and watch TV will be offered by MotoSat (801-972-8869, UT).
MCI coach conversions will be open for touring in the Motor Coach Industries (847-285-2116, IL) exhibit area.
FMCAers can take a cyber tour of the MotorHomes USA (888-536-5500, TX) Web site, which offers new and preowned RVs for sale, as well as rentals and other services.
South Fork, Colorado, is home to the beautiful Mountain Views at RiversEdge RV Resort (719-873-5993, CO). Resort representatives will be providing information about this facility, which may inspire you to visit soon.
Sterling silver and fashion jewelry will be featured under the Mystique Accessories (405-826-6478, OK) banner.
National RV (909-943-6007, CA) will display the brand-new diesel-powered Tropi-Cal motorhome. This flat-floor, triple-slideout coach is built on a Freightliner raised-rail chassis with a 330-horsepower Caterpillar engine. On the gasoline side, the SeaBreeze LX is now offered on the Workhorse W22 chassis, with bigger wheels and tires, more power, increased basement storage, insulated basement floor and bay doors, dual-pane windows, a 10-gallon water heater, and more. The entry-level SeaBreeze is back also, based on a Ford chassis and available in two double-slideout floor plans. Lastly, the Dolphin “” the first coach brand ever produced by National RV “” comes in a new 38-foot triple-slideout floor plan and a 32-foot model. It, too, is built on the Workhorse W22 chassis.
You can register to win a new Winnebago Sightseer motorhome at the booth occupied by the Nevada Commission on Tourism (800-638-2328, NV). While you’re there, you can gather information about adventures in the Silver State, which offers wide-open spaces, scenic byways, and historic mining towns. Pick up a copy of the “Nevada Road Trips Guide” to help you map out your next RV adventure in Nevada.
Newell Coach Corporation (918-542-3344, OK), based in Miami, Oklahoma, proclaims that it has achieved “Suite success” with its Phantom Suite motorhomes, which feature the company’s glide-out system. Newell builds its own chassis; the glide-out Suite is integrated into the chassis and body during the initial construction process. Learn more by visiting the Newell display during the convention.
Scottsdale, Kountry Star, Dutch Star, Mountain Aire, and Essex motorhomes will attract onlookers in the Newmar Corporation (574-773-7791, IN) display.
The folks from Newport Dunes Resort (949-729-3863, CA) invite you to visit their facility in Newport Beach, California, and will provide details about this resort park located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
Representatives from Niels RV (818-891-0786, CA) will be glad to show you through new National RV motorhomes.
The ReadyBrake towed vehicle braking system will be available for inspection at the Night Shift Auto Inc. (620-365-7714, KS) booth, along with the new Readystop towed vehicle breakaway system. Company representatives will also offer an in-dash brake indicator, which helps to monitor a towed vehicle’s braking system.
Information about the facilities and events at the North Dakota State Fair (701-857-7620, ND) will be disseminated by fairgrounds representatives. FMCA will host its 74th International Convention at the fairgrounds in August 2005.
Bamix of Switzerland’s versatile, lightweight wand mixers will be offered by Ocean Sales Ltd. (360-357-9075, WA). The company also will bring Ideal Blox, a new kind of building block that can be formed into fun shapes.
If your motorhome or towed car needs On-Site Windshield Repair (417-464-5500, MO), you can find it at the convention.
Onan Corporation (763-574-5000, MN) designs gasoline, LP-gas, and diesel generators specifically for RV use, ranging from 2,500 to 12,500 watts. The company’s product line will be available for your inspection.
A universal socket and strap wrench will be offered by One Socket Does All (909-244-1064, CA).
Orange Coast RV Service Inc. (949-654-2575, CA) will bring JRV solar panels, Heart inverters, Shell solar panels, and SCI controllers to the convention.
Ladies, spruce up your wardrobe at the Originals By Carol Wilcher (760-446-2060, CA) booth. Along with decorated clothing, you’ll also find tote bags, note cards, and wall hangings.
Because of the increasing popularity of wireless Internet access among RVers, Ositech Communications Inc. (888-674-8324, ON, Canada) will be exhibiting at an FMCA convention for the first time. Stop by the company’s booth to learn how you can access the Internet from anywhere using Ositech’s CellFlex technology. Multi-network (analog and digital) coverage is one of the main reasons RVers use Ositech’s King of Hearts or King of Clubs PC cards as their wireless communication tools.
Good times await you at Outdoor Resorts Of America (615-244-5237, TN) facilities. ORA offers RV resort sites in some of the United States’ most desirable locations “” Florida, California, South Carolina, Missouri, and other states. By presenting their membership card, FMCAers will receive a 15 percent discount on daily rental rates at select ORA locations.
Pacbrake’s direct-mount exhaust brakes and engine brakes make every peak and valley safer for you and for your motorhome. These brakes will be displayed by Pacbrake Company (800-663-0096, WA).
Visit the Paint Department (909-590-5033, CA) to learn how you can beautify your motorhome’s exterior with a new graphic design.
Promotional items to remind you of Paragon Casino Resort (800-946-1946, LA) will attract FMCAers to the company’s booth. “Cut” playing cards, wipes, matches, and pens will be given away, as will vouchers for a free one-night’s stay at the RV park. Paragon is located in Marksville, Louisiana, and also boasts restaurants and a golf course.
Luxurious bus conversions made from the MCI 35-foot shell and outfitted with two slideouts will be among the new offerings in store from Parliament Coach Corporation (888-571-5755, FL). Parliament also builds luxury bus conversions on the 45-foot Prevost XLII double-slideout shell and the Prevost H3-45 shell, also with two slideouts.
Passport America (800-681-6810, MS) is your way “in” to getting a discount at campgrounds located throughout the United States. Ask representatives of this camping club about the special membership offer for FMCA members.
Make that plain T-shirt or denim jacket a real treasure with items from Pat’s Iron-On Sparklers/RVing Essentials (760-739-8849, CA). The company’s booth will contain a supply of iron-on metal and crystal studs and appliqués, as well as clothing already bedazzled with sparklers and appliqués. White’s metal detectors will attract folks in search of treasure, too. Booth visitors also will have the opportunity to learn about Pocketmail e-mail service.
Peninsula Glass Co. (360-892-2029, WA) has been making windows and window components for motorhomes since 1970. The company promises the highest quality dual- and single-pane windows in the business, built for almost every model, and samples will be available for inspection in Pomona.
Accessories for your motorhome will fill the booth occupied by Performance Products (503-939-6575, TX).
Reusable, washable high-flow air filters produced by AFE and K&N will be featured by Performance Sales (800-851-5334, FL).
The Pet Trekkers (907-299-1326, AK) will help you take care of your traveling pet’s needs. They’ll have SturdiBag pet carriers; pet beds; Alaska Matanuska catnip; Kitty Kaviar; Lupine collars and leashes; eScopes for pets and humans; Bach’s Rescue Remedy; and pet rescue decals for your motorhome.
Phase Four Industries (831-636-9775, CA) will offer Drain Master electric waste valves and the Waste Master drain system.
Try out a Phoenix Cruiser type C mini-motorhome made by Phoenix USA Inc. (574-848-0207, IN) while you’re at the convention. These coaches are built on the Ford E-350 Super Duty chassis with a 6.8-liter V-10 engine and are available in three lengths: 21 feet 2 inches, 23 feet 4 inches, and 25 feet 11 inches.
Ready for a campfire, but not for the work and mess? Try a Pit-2-Go (831-630-1625, CA) fire pit, which will be offered in Pomona, along with related accessories.
Power Gear (888-339-2537, IN) will bring its slideout and leveling systems to the convention.
Rev up your motorhome’s appliances with the help of a diesel generator from Power Technology Southeast Inc. (352-365-2777, FL).
Brighter headlights on your motorhome can improve your view “” and your safety. Representatives from Precise Satellite (352-726-8471, FL) will offer Sylvania high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights, which can provide much more brightness than standard headlights while using less energy. Elsewhere in the display, you’ll find TDT motorized water and electric reels and RV satellite systems.
Looking for an extra set of wheels? Check out the Premier Golf Cars Inc. (928-680-1770, AZ).
Prevost Car Inc. (418-883-3391, PQ, Canada) invites FMCAers to inspect its coach conversion shells and a variety of completed conversions in the outdoor exhibit area. Indoors, apparel with the Prevost logo will be available.
The products from Protect All Inc. (714-635-4491, CA) are made to keep your motorhome’s exterior looking great. Protect All Quick & Easy Wash, rubber roof products, fiberglass oxidation remover, and cleaners all aid in this goal.
Rack Factory Inc. (562-435-3429, CA) will set forth RV satellite dish stands.
You’ll be ready for the road with a Prevost conversion from Ramblin’ Fever Coach Conversions (608-758-0886, WI).
Exterior rearview motorhome mirrors with new, larger 18-inch heads will be among the items presented by Ramco Engineering Inc. (800-321-4819, IN). The company also will display new mirrors made for type C motorhomes, in a variety of forms: remote-controlled, heated and remote-controlled, and manual. Ramco mirrors are available in different finishes and sizes to match many types of motorhomes and bus conversions.
Relax in a new Flexsteel chair or other furniture supplied by Recovery Room RV (909-688-4829, CA).
Recreational Vehicle Appliances (818-700-0606, CA), based in Chatsworth, California, will offer items for the galley, such as dishwashers, refrigerators, and cook tops.
Cookbooks geared toward RVers; RV mats in new colors and designs; “Museum Gel” putty and wax to hold down items as you travel; logbooks; and cubic zirconia jewelry await you at the Redstreet Enterprises (800-649-5157, ext. 00, FL) booth.
Visit the folks from Remco Mfg. (402-339-3398, NE) to learn how the Lube Pump or Axle-Lock can fit into your towing plans. Drive-shaft couplings and hub locks and disconnects will be featured, too. Be sure to ask about the Remco Braking System, which allows motorhomers to apply the towed vehicle’s brakes from the motorhome.
Information will be offered about Resort Campgrounds International (909-822-6000, CA) at the “California Dreamin'” convention.
Rexhall Industries Inc. (661-726-0565, CA) plans to bring a contingent of its quality motorhomes to Pomona. Look for coaches with model names such as Aerbus, American Clipper, RexAir, RoseAir, and Vision.
The Howard Power Center Steering System, which helps to make your motorhome steering easier to handle, will be offered by River City Products Inc. (210-410-7273, TX). The system is said to reduce driver fatigue, help the driver control the vehicle in the event of a tire blowout, and assist in controlling road wander. The company is dedicated to the idea that motorhomes should be directionally stable and enjoyable to drive.
An all-in-one coach heating system called the DEH-65 will be proudly offered by Rixen’s Enterprises Inc. (800-925-6260, OR). This 65,000-Btu hydronic heating system features full digital controls, four-zone comfort heat, engine source heating, engine pre-heat, and unlimited domestic hot water. The entire unit requires less than 3 cubic feet of space and weighs 135 pounds. Also on hand will be DH-50 and DH-35 stand-alone heaters, and a full range of heating systems components.
What’s new in the world of towing equipment? Find out by visiting the Roadmaster Inc. (800-669-9690, OR) booth. The Falcon 2, introduced by the company last year, has all of the features of the original Falcon, such as the Autowlok system, which allows independent adjustment; stainless-steel arms with internal safety collars; a storage rod for a coiled electrical cable; and a powder-coat finish. The Falcon 2 is rated at 6,000 pounds. The new 8,000-pound-rated Blackhawk tow bar has built-in channel guides for safety cables and an automatic locking system, too. Guardian rock shields; Stowmaster and Sterling tow bars; roller hitches; wiring harnesses; and BrakeMaster braking systems also will be available.
Do-it-yourselfers will want to inspect the tools available from Rodman & Co. Inc. (818-846-9494, CA). The Rodman Nibbler, as well as drill bits, hole saws, angle kits, and blades will be available for perusal.
Do you own a bus conversion that would benefit from a slideout? The folks from Rogue Coach Conversions (541-779-2864, OR) can add a slideout that will improve the coach’s value “” and give you more living space.
Stop by the Roy’s Deals (661-949-7760, CA) booth for a wide selection of items. Roy will have Hughes Autoformers and Always Fresh products, as well as RV electrical parts, Beanie Babies, flagpoles, and pole holders.
Royale Coach by Monaco (574-262-9278, IN) will present dazzling Prevost conversions in the outdoor display area.
Provide your electrical appliances with ESP protection from R.T. Enterprises (818-292-1268, SD). Fan-Tastic Vent fans, Eclipse sun shades, Jack pans, step rugs, and other RV-related products will also be on hand.
RV Alliance America (800-521-2942, WA) will be offering insurance quotes that include a special FMCA member discount. Insurance specialists will be on hand to provide consultations, with instant coverage available on-site. In addition, RVAA will sponsor the convention’s ice cream social; co-sponsor the RV Safe Driving Course; and co-sponsor the Fire & Life Safety seminars, during which participants will receive $5 off any Fire & Life Safety product, including fire extinguishers.
Comfy cotton clothing will attract RVers to the RV Casuals (310-713-3684, CA) booth.
RV financing from RV Credit Direct (860-434-4242, CT) will be available.
Learn how to drive your motorhome more safely with the help of the RV Driving School (538-878-0111, CA). The company provides hands-on RV driving instruction and consultations.
Motorhomers who tow a car and also love their motorcycles will want to be sure to watch as RV Lifts of America (877-238-2548, CA) representatives demonstrate the company’s motorcycle lift. This device, now available in powder-coated metal, is capable of carrying a 1,000-pound motorcycle and flat-towing another vehicle up to 5,000 pounds. The company also will display the Versa Haul motorcycle carrier and the Gator Ramp, a loading device for pickup trucks.
Sleep systems that are made with the RV lifestyle in mind are the specialty of RV n’ Sea Superbag (949-830-1292, CA).
Always Fresh products, SnapDeck portable decking, and microfiber cloths and mops will be offered by RV Products of Quality (800-966-7635, TX).
The RV Safety Education Foundation (RVSEF) (321-258-3397, FL) “” formerly A’Weigh We Go “” will offer RV weight and tire safety information as well as a motorhome weighing service, so FMCA members can be sure that their homes on wheels are within weight specifications. Ask about the new RV Safety Training Program. And be sure to check out RVSEF’s popular seminar, too.
Officials from RV Satellite Sales & Service (321-431-2276, MO) will answer your questions about RV satellite systems. Satellite antennas for RVs, such as those made by Winegard, King Dome, and MotoSat, as well as related TV antenna products, will be on hand.
RV Sani-Con and waste disposal products from RV Special Things (480-220-3688, AZ) will be available.
Roadmaster towing equipment, Body Block, Carefree awnings, and Sunguard windshield covers will fill the booth occupied by The RV Toy Store (760-322-5533, CA).
While in Pomona you can learn more about RV Trader Online.com (877-354-4068, VA), which provides online classified ads that can help sell your motorhome in a jiffy.
Keep a level coach with the help of jacks, level indicators, and motorhome leveling systems from RVA Company (760-746-5732, CA).
You’ll be comfy regardless of the weather with RVP/Suburban Mfg. Co. (423-775-2131, TN) products. For cooling your coach, try Coleman/RVP air conditioners. And to help warm things up, try Suburban furnaces and water heaters, as well as cooking appliances.
Sport optics and sunglasses from S&S Enterprises (480-373-6431, AZ) will help convention attendees visualize their world in a new way.
Answering questions about beautiful National RV motorhomes will be representatives from Saddleback RV Sales (949-552-0056, CA), an Irvine, California, dealer.
Convention-goers will be surrounded by Panthers and Cheetahs at the Safari Motor Coaches Inc. (541-686-8011, OR) display. Other motorhomes in this outdoor exhibit area will include the Zanzibar, the Sahara, and the Trek.
Laptop computer desks, Neon Lite art, and Sewer Solution will be available courtesy of Sales Magic Inc. (916-743-8771, NV).
Clean and press your travel clothes in short order with the steam cleaners, irons, and carts from Sargent Steam (801-263-1916, UT).
The Scooter Guys (541-991-1078, OR) will zoom into Fairplex with Currie electric scooters, helmets, lights, and horns.
His name may be Darrell Atkins, but you can call him the Scooterman (714-544-6692, CA). He’ll have scooters by Currie, Schwinn, GT, Mongoose, Scoobug, and Star ready for your inspection.
Lovely new Country Coach motorhomes will be shown by folks from Shorewood RV Center (800-784-2505, MN), of Anoka, Minnesota.
Show-Me Products (409-948-4457, TX) will feature nesting cookware sets that take up much less space than conventional ones. Other products for the galley will include Fagor and Pressure Magic, and the Rapid Chef pressure cooker/fryer.
The SHURflo Pump Company (562-797-6725, CA) will provide SHURflo water pumps and related products.
Visit Signs N Stuff (702-523-3689, FL) to find computer-engraved signs and badges. Bring along your favorite 4-inch-by-4-inch photo and have that image turned into a button, coaster, or magnet. Ask about custom lapel pins for your next rally or event.
SilverLeaf Electronics (541-967-8111, OR) invites convention-goers to inspect the Road Watch infrared road temperature sensor; VMS weather station; VMS power management system, featuring generator monitoring and automatic generator start; and VMS-HWH hydraulic system controls.
A SkyMed International air ambulance membership (800-475-9633, AZ) can assure you of being transported to your home hospital in the event of an emergency. Learn more from the knowledgeable folks staffing this booth.
Since 1991, Slim Slider RV Products (800-654-2459, ID) has provided RVers with lightweight aluminum storage trays that are custom made for each individual coach. These trays take up less space and require no assembly; they’re ready to install in minutes. Free installation is also available. Pomona convention-goers will have the opportunity to inspect the new motorized tray, for two-way pull.
Know what’s going on with your tires at all times with a monitoring system from SmarTire (800-982-2001, BC, Canada).
SMI & Pressure Pro (541-915-8263, TX) will exhibit several products designed to enhance motorhome safety. Those who tow a vehicle behind their motorhome, or plan to, will be interested in the SMI Tow Brake. This device is controlled from the motorhome’s dash. The BrakeBuddy tow brake also will be offered. Booth visitors also will be able to scrutinize the Pressure Pro tire monitoring system, which monitors air pressure and tire temperature as the motorhome travels down the road; Slip Grip RV step covers; and Turbo flares.
RV power solutions are the specialty of SolarForce (800-282-9031, FL). The company offers a line of thin, flexible solar panels that adhere to the RV roof without the need for drilling holes.
Southwest Coaches (949-551-8597, CA), of Irvine, California, will be showing convention attendees through new motorhomes in the Airstream display.
Spartan Motors Inc. (517-543-6400, MI) will display its new Me2 mid-engine motorhome chassis, which increases living and storage space, and allows room for a rear “garage.” The company’s Mountain Master chassis also will be on display. Look, too, for chassis maintenance parts, including those related to Cummins and Caterpillar engines and Allison transmissions, as well as Fleetguard filters. In addition, service technicians will be available in Pomona to perform minor warranty repairs.
Ready to step into a luxury converted coach? Take a look inside the Prevost coach conversions crafted by Specialty Coach (800-321-4707, IN).
No lines, no waiting. Wash your clothes whenever you wish with a Splendide Laundry Center (503-655-2563, OR) aboard your coach.
Tourism information will be available from the Spokane Regional CVB (509-624-1341, WA).
Spokane RV Resort (509-276-5912, WA) is now making available for purchase RV lots that are right on a fairway, adjacent to Deer Park Golf Club, a championship golf course. RV lot rentals are available between May 1 and October 31. The resort is expanding from 61 to 210 spaces, offering super-sized RV lots that are 120 feet long.
Protect your motorhome with products from Star Shield Armor (626-813-0299, CA). The 3M Clear Bra is made for all models of motorhomes, and is precut to fit. Also on hand will be clear headlight and fog light covers, which help protect lights from rock damage.
Steer Safe stabilizers will be on display under the Steer Safe Inc. (505-546-8894, NM) banner.
Keep moving down the road to tunes you enjoy with a CD or cassette from Steve Hall Music (818-700-0842, CA).
That ordinary blouse or top can become a party-ready outfit with iron-on metal transfers from Sue’s Sparklers (760-745-2510, CA).
Summit Products Inc. (515-252-0435, IA) will offer protection for your motorhome’s exterior: hinged Body Block armor, Ultimate Body Armor, Premier Body Armor, and custom stainless-steel upgrades.
While you’re in the exhibit area, pick up some information about Sunland RV Resorts (858-456-9201, CA).
Sunshine Kitchen Products (909-393-0449, CA) will present Ginzu knives and rubber brooms for RVers’ perusal.
While you’re in the outdoor motorhome display area, be sure to inspect the Prevost conversions from Superbus 1 Ltd. (573-754-5920, MO).
Folks from the Swingin’ Oldies (714-998-8927, CA) will offer big-band tunes, country classics, and music from the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s on CDs and cassettes.
Women, your clothing can be Taylor Made (760-782-3277, CA) with a bevy of embellishments: metallic studs, crystals, and embroidery iron-on designs. Also available at the booth will be T-shirts and cloth shirt designs.
TCI Tire Center (909-854-1200, CA) will offer Michelin tires for your inspection.
If you’re ready to bring your motorhome’s galley into the 21st century, consider a GE Advantium 120 Speedcook oven. These appliances will be joined by GE and Samsung microwave-convection ovens at the TCL Sales and Distribution Inc. (909-279-8054, CA) booth.
Electric scooters and Dri Wash N Guard products will share the spotlight in the TF Marra Inc (702-592-2908, TX) display.
RV toilets and related products, as well as refrigerator-freezers, will be the convention specialties of Thetford/Norcold Corporation (734-769-6000, MI).
Representatives from Thompson Coach Company (865-637-6291, TN) will offer Prevost bus conversions in the outdoor display area.
Information about the benefits of a campground membership with Thousand Trails (661-916-3309, CA) will be available from company reps.
Stroll through the display of Tiffin Motor Homes (256-356-0212, AL) and you’ll discover how your dream of owning a new Allegro, Allegro Bay, Allegro Bus, or Phaeton motorhome can become a reality.
Beautiful Colorado mountain scenes await you when you stay at Tiger Run Resort (970-453-9690, CO) in Breckenridge, Colorado. Company representatives will be at the convention to offer photos and more information.
Tire Sentry Division/Fleet Specialties (818-889-1716, CA) representatives will be displaying the Tire Sentry tire pressure monitoring system.
Get your subscription to Trailer Life and MotorHome magazines from TL Enterprises/AGI Magazine Sales (217-359-3985, IL).
If you grow weary from walking around the convention grounds, stop at the TNT Products/Medi Rub Massagers (800-748-6700, CA) booth to try a Medi-Rub electric massager, which can be used on your feet, and the rest of your body as well.
If you’re ready to enter cyberspace, you can have your very own Web site set up by Tomicek Enterprises Inc. (505-649-6545, NM).
Alznner and Barefoot orthotics are the specialty of Total Balance Orthotics Inc. (417-335-8979, MO).
Fascinating places to see in the Canadian Northwest Territories will be highlighted at the booth manned by officials from Tourism & Parks Govt. of the Northwest Territories (867-777-7237, NT, Canada).
Representatives of the Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon (867-668-8022, YK, Canada) will offer information about this territory’s attractions.
The Canadian province of Saskatchewan is full of great travel attractions. Learn all about it by visiting with representatives of Tourism Saskatchewan (306-787-2219, SK, Canada). They’ll provide literature and information about RV group travel, border crossing issues, customized travel plans, and more.
Towed car braking devices will be set forth for inspection by Tow Brake International Ltd. (870-266-3785, AR).
Interested in engaging in some tire talk? Folks from Toyo Tire USA (425-820-7131, WA) will be glad to oblige. The company offers tires for RVs, light trucks, and passenger cars.
TracStar satellite systems and Internet products will be available from TracStar Systems Inc. (407-650-9054, FL).
A full complement of GPS, computer, and cell-phone-related items will be offered by Travel-Buddies Enterprises (602-524-4122, AZ). Examples include the Garmin Rino two-way FRS/GMRS radios with a full-featured GPS system; the Garmin StreetPilot III deluxe trip routing software with visual and verbal instructions; and dash-mounted MotoSat two-way RV satellite Internet systems. DirecTV and Dish Net solutions will be available, too, as will Pro-Star notebook computers; Ositech digital and analog modems for cell phones; dual-band antennas for cell phones; GPS antennas; power cables; PC cables; and hands-free systems for Nokia cell phones. Items such as sink strainers and wine-related accessories will round out the display.
Motorhomers can appreciate the convenience of making a stop at Travel Centers of America (440-808-3256, OH) after learning more about this chain of fuel stops.
Motorhomes with the brand name Travel Supreme (574-862-4484, IN) will be ready for touring.
Visit Travelin’ Sales (919-349-5040, NC) to check out the EMS (electrical management system). This device, which is now able to display amps and cycles, provides protection from electrical surges and improper wiring. The company also markets RV patio mats and custom-made drinking water hoses. Miscellaneous RV supplies will round out the display.
Electronic fuel injection conversion kits and fuel injection performance accessories will be set forth by Turbo City, TBI Div. (714-639-4933, CA).
Guards to protect towed vehicles from debris will be exhibited by T.V.G. (250-295-3964, BC, Canada).
Braking equipment will be available from U.S. Gear Corporation (773-375-4900, IL).
Improve your enjoyment of the RV lifestyle with Little Giant ladders and telescoping flagpoles (flags and banners, too) from Uncommon USA Inc. (630-268-9672, IL).
A Canadian company called Valid Manufacturing (250-832-6477, BC, Canada) will be offering its own brand of slideouts and leveling systems.
Detroit Diesel engines and related parts and maintenance products will be available from Valley Detroit Diesel Allison (626-333-1243, CA), of Industry, California.
FMCA members who are familiar with the Aqua-Hot heating system know of its ability to provide continuous domestic hot water and interior heat at the same time. Vehicle Systems Inc. (303-659-8221, CO), manufacturer of the Aqua-Hot, also offers a compact hydronic (hot water) heating system called Hydro-Hot, which is designed for mid-level type A diesel motorhomes. Both the Aqua-Hot and the Hydro-Hot are available as original equipment, or can be retrofitted. Webasto and HV heating accessories will round out the display.
You’re sure to get a great reflection from exterior rearview mirrors exhibited by Velvac Inc. (262-786-0700, WI).
Relaxing scenes can appear on your TV screen with a DVD or video from The Video Naturals Co. (760-322-4009, CA).
Stop by the booth occupied by Villa International (714-535-7272, CA) to examine Villa’s newest RV furniture pieces.
Information about a new, upscale motor coach resort in Coachella, California, called The Vineyards (760-772-3570, CA) will be available in Pomona. Each lot at the resort includes a small house and garage, in addition to a parking pad.
Handmade jewelry will attract admirers to the booth occupied by Virtu (541-343-2318, OR).
Beautiful Prevost bus conversions are the specialty of Vision Coach Corporation (714-259-7555, CA), based in Santa Ana, California.
Water filters and purifiers will be showcased by The Water Filter Store (602-625-1875, OR).
The Water Packer (661-305-8755, SD) sells water softening systems that fit right in your motorhome. The company’s TravelSoft water softeners are available with manual or semi-automatic regeneration; a conversion kit that switches the manual regeneration system to semi-automatic operation is also available. O-So Pure water purification systems, which employ reverse-osmosis technology and ultraviolet rays, will be offered, too, along with Dupree products and Treatzall holding tank treatment and deodorant.
Personnel from West Coast RVs (909-625-1000, CA), based in Pomona, will be on hand to take you through Four Winds motorhomes, such as the Windsport and Chateau, and Forest River coaches, including the Georgetown and Windsong.
Convert that motorhome steering wheel into a handy, decorative table when you’re parked: get a Wheeltopper (866-292-9946, KY).
Wildwood Limited (517-231-0026, MI) will display Gold Coast RV products and ROHO air cushions.
Winnebago Industries (641-585-3535, IA) will debut three new triple-slideout floor plans: the 2003 Ultimate Advantage 40K and the Ultimate Freedom 40KD and 40ED. The 40K and 40KD have two slideouts in front and one in the rear; the 40ED offers two slideouts in the rear and one in the front. Other new developments include full body paint and a new floor plan on the 2003 Journey DL and Itasca Horizon, plus new floor plans in the Winnebago Adventurer and Itasca Suncruiser, including one with a double-slideout design. A new floor plan in the 2003 Winnebago Sightseer and Itasca Sunova includes a large wardrobe. The company’s popular type C lineup includes the Rialta, Winnebago Vista, and Itasca Sunstar “” all built on the Volkswagen chassis “” and the Winnebago Minnie and Minnie Winnie, and Itasca Spirit and Sundancer. New developments in 2003 models include the BenchMark dinette, which offers abundant storage and converts into a bed, and the Select Number bed from Select Comfort. An improved chassis manifold air supply with a 50-foot hose is available on select diesel motorhomes as is a Dupont Imron Flexshield base coat/clear coat finish. Other features include two-way radios, powered sun visors, and the TripTek system.
You’ll have more fun with your morning coffee, tea, or hot cocoa when you drink it from a Wondermugs “” L&W Enterprises (717-816-1041, PA) cup. Scenes and colors change on these mugs as hot liquid is added.
Convention attendees will have an opportunity to inspect the new Workhorse Custom Chassis (877-294-6773, MI) R Series diesel chassis in Pomona. A limited number of attendees will have an opportunity to drive a coach built on this new platform. The W20 and W22 chassis feature a GM Vortec 8.1-liter gasoline engine coupled with an Allison 1000 Series automatic transmission. In addition, the company’s P Series chassis are designed for motorhomes up to 18,000 pounds.
The Platinum line of Kubota-powered diesel generators from Wrico International (541-744-4333, OR) are designed and built for motorhome use. The generator is said to be compact, quiet, and economical to operate. Trace and Heart inverters also will be featured, along with a complete line of coach electrical accessories, including battery chargers, automatic changeover switches, and generator auto-start systems. The company now offers Webasto diesel-fired heating systems as well.
Xantrex Technology Inc. (604-422-2527, BC, Canada) will bring high-powered inverter-chargers to the convention. Brand names will include Freedom, Heart, Prosine, Prowatt, Trace, and Xantrex.
Prevost bus shells are only the beginning “” a complete coach conversion is the happy ending. To make it happen, visit with folks from XTC Conversions Inc. (574-262-5088, IN) in the Prevost display.
Comfortaire air mattresses will be offered by Your Back Store (760-761-0973, CA).
Let your feet know you appreciate them by treating them to Z-Coil Shoes (714-630-8833, CA). The “world’s softest socks” and RV footwear also will be afoot.
Information about an RV resort in Virgin, Utah “” called Zion River Resort RV Park (435-635-8599, UT) “” will be offered in Pomona.
Enhance your enjoyment of the outdoors with the help of an awning and folding chairs to match from Zip Dee Inc. (847-437-0980, IL).