Our FMCA experience began in 2007 when we purchased our first motorhome, a 40-foot, 2008 Winnebago Tour. We joined FMCA without knowing much about the organization, except that it represented many people who were active RVers.
Since 2009, the Professional R.V. Vendors chapter (PRVVC) has organized food drives at Family Reunions and regional rallies. As a result, tons of nonperishable food and thousands of dollars have been donated to food banks that serve needy people. Last year alone, the chapter collected more than a ton of food.
The 2015 election of FMCA national officers will be held July 29, 2015, at FMCA’s 92nd Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase in Madison, Wisconsin. Read the resume of each of the candidates.
The Itasca Tribute and the Winnebago Brave are the nameplates affixed to two 1960s-inspired product lines that feature an entirely new design. These motorhome brands bring back fond memories for veteran RVers who may remember when the original Brave motorhome impacted the RV industry a generation ago and helped promote the concept of driving an RV rather than pulling a trailer behind a car or truck.
Against the backdrop of the San Bernardino Mountains, the 487-acre facility known as Fairplex welcomed motorhomers to Pomona, California, to experience these highlights and more during FMCA’s 91st Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase, March 26-29, 2015.